After you submerge your subs, they have to be resurfaced at the end of your turn. Now if there are enemy ships in the zone, on their turn they can either engage or simply move. Kinda of like when you build new naval units. You can place them in an occupied sea zone, then on your opponents turn, He can attack or move away.
Landing fighters question
lets say my axis forces have just taken Leningrad on my go, can i land fighters there straight away, or do i need to hold Leningrad for one go first?
sozz if this is a question i feel i should know the answer to, but i dont have my original a&a rulebook anymore.
Mr Ghoul last edited by
You have to hold it for one turn. However, an ally could land a fighter there on their following turn. Not that Germany has an ally, but it may apply to the Allies.