Can you blitz pro allies neutrals?

  • TripleA

    I am going assume no.

  • You’re right.

  • Liaison TripleA '11 '10

    I don’t think so.

    I think you can only “blitz” through it, IE move 2 spaces, on the NCM.

  • No, that’s wrong too, Garg.
    Once you enter the pro-territory, you have to stop.
    Also you can only enter them in non-com movement, so you can’t “blitz” an empty enemy territory in between your units and the neutral.

  • For clarity -

    A Blitz is defined as a combat movement where a tank or mech/tank pairing enters an unoccupied enemy territory, captures it, and moves to a second territory as a single combat move.

    Any other movement of two spaces, whether during combat or noncombat, is NOT a Blitz and should not be called a Blitz.  It’s either a combat move or a noncombat move, but not a Blitz.

    This is important because Mech Inf can always move two spaces as a combat or noncombat move, provided it’s not a Blitz. Calling such moves “Blitzes” implies that Mech can only move two spaces with a tank under every circumstance, and that is NOT the case.

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