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Flanking
#1
If you have a kingdom that can recruit centaurs or warg riders, I believe that you can flank an opponent.

What happens if a kingdom, say the RA or the AM, flanks you? Are you protected versus the opponent with the flanking? Or do you need to do a flanking order yourself?
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#2
Those flanking units give you the ability to flank, they dont prevent you from being flanked.
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#3
Also you cant flank them back, because they have riding.  You can only flank non-riding kingdoms.  But two kingdoms both without riding could conceivably flank each-other.  You know like Painted and Agent Orange when they get behind closed doors.
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#4
Thanks to the both of you. This was rather enlightening.
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#5
Yes I was shocked too, I thought Painted had better taste.
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#6
(06-18-2021, 03:20 PM)Senior Tactician Wrote: Yes I was shocked too, I thought Painted had better taste.

Agent Orange says my taste is just fine.
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#7
Oh man that made me lol, I bet it made agent orange gag though.
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