In a game of Droidippy at the moment playing as England. The following happened the last turn:
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Austria: Army Budapest move România
Austria: Army Elláda move Bulgaria
Austria: Army Srbija support Army Budapest move România
Austria: Fleet Aegean Sea support Army Elláda move Bulgaria
England: Army Edinburgh move York
England: Army Norge support Fleet Sankt-Petersburg/nc
England: Fleet London move North Sea
England: Fleet North Sea move Skagerrak
England: Fleet Sankt-Petersburg/nc hold
France: Army Picardie support Fleet London move Belgium
France: Army España move Marseille
France: Fleet Mid Atlantic move Gascogne
Germany: Army Gascogne support Army Marseille move España
Germany: Army Kiel move München
Germany: Army München move Bourgogne
Germany: Army Ruhr support Army München move Bourgogne
Germany: Fleet Belgium hold
Italy: Army Marseille move España
Italy: Army Piemonte move Marseille
Italy: Fleet Napoli move Tyrrhenian Sea
Italy: Fleet Tunes move West Mediterranean
Italy: Fleet Tyrrhenian Sea move Gulf of Lyon
Russia: Army Ukrayina move România
Russia: Fleet Gulf of Bothnia move Sankt-Petersburg/sc
Russia: Fleet Sevastopol move România
Turkey: Army Bulgaria move Srbija
Turkey: Army Istanbul move Bulgaria
Turkey: Fleet Black Sea move România
My questions is, would Austria conquer Romania if his support from Serbia wasn't cut? Would the values be Austria = 2 Russia = 1 Turkey = 1 in that case? Or would Austria bounce on the other countries moves no matter what?
- Last edited Wed Jun 13, 2012 2:02 pm (Total Number of Edits: 1)
- Posted Wed Jun 13, 2012 2:02 pm
M. B. Downey
If Bulgaria did not move against Serbia, Budapest would move against Rumania with support. No other unit moving there has support, so yes, Austria's Budapest army would take Rumania.
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Matt's reply is correct. One of the Russian or Turkish units would need to be supported in order to bounce Austria's move.
I suppose the specific (and brief) answers to your three questions are: yes, yes (so-to-speak), and no.
Yes, Matt is correct. Budapest would have been moving with a strength of two had Serbia not been cut. No other unit was moving there with any support, so Budapest would succeed in moving to Rumania.