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Avalon
#1
Is Avalon city space PI, considered a sea zone or land? If it is land is it plains?

On a related note, can you have an army in a sea sitting on a pop center and then leave it there and scrap all your sea power in the where the army is?

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Lord Brogan

156 - GN

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#2
Avalon is a land space, plains.

Not sure about the related question.

I'm wondering, if a group starts at sea but wants to leave and move entirely on land squares, do you still have to do a sea movement order?
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(08-21-2013, 03:04 PM)HeadHoncho Wrote: Avalon is a land space, plains.

Not sure about the related question.

I'm wondering, if a group starts at sea but wants to leave and move entirely on land squares, do you still have to do a sea movement order?

Yes you still need a sea movement order. I found that out the hard way.
Lord Brogan

156 - GN

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#4
Cannot scrap in that circumstance.
Need seapower to move on or off a sea area
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(08-21-2013, 03:08 PM)Cipher Wrote: Cannot scrap in that circumstance.
Need seapower to move on or off a sea area

Related question. Would it be possible to eliminate order 720 and always issue order 710?

Why would I do that? So that I wouldn't forget about 710 and get stuck next to water...

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(08-21-2013, 06:12 PM)Hawk_ Wrote:
(08-21-2013, 03:08 PM)Cipher Wrote: Cannot scrap in that circumstance.
Need seapower to move on or off a sea area

Related question. Would it be possible to eliminate order 720 and always issue order 710?

Why would I do that? So that I wouldn't forget about 710 and get stuck next to water...

Thanks!

Dragons, for example, can't use 710.
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