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Standing Orders
The rule book states:

"Column A: The order # of the order you wish executed each turn, beginning in the current turn. Columns B-F: Complete the information required for the order entry exactly as it is required in these detailed rules. Of course, all required information will appear one column further to the right when establishing a standing order than it would when normally (eg- what would be normally be placed in Column A will appear in Column B of the Turn Input Form when establishing a standing order)."

This is a contradiction.

How do you use Column A for the order you wish to execute each turn when it is supposed to be shifted to the right? What goes into Column A exactly vs. others? It makes no sense. I am sure it makes sense to some. But, the words should stand on their own rather than require expertise to know how it works.

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Standing Orders - by Sancus - 03-15-2013, 06:43 AM
RE: Standing Orders - by Ry Vor - 03-15-2013, 10:10 AM

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