Can ships move 1 space then attack or do they have to start their turn adjacent?
jaxrealm last edited by
Can ships move 1 space then attack or do they have to start their turn adjacent to their target?
I know land units have to start adjacent to their assault target before they attack (with the exception of air units and blitzing tanks); are attacking ships the same way or not? For example can a battleship start nonadjacent to it’s target, move 1 (or even 2?) spaces which makes it adjacent and then attack?
Similarly, during an amphibious assault can a loaded transport move 1 (or even 2) spaces uncontested into the coastal sea zone it’ll unload from and then proceed to unload/assault?
I’m a beginner and I’m playing Spring 1942 and it’s awesome…thanks!
americancyco last edited by
Yes they can move then attack
Tanks don’t have to be adjacent to their attacking territory either. They can move 2 spaces to attack. For example, say you have a tank in Germany and you are attacking Baltic states. You can move through Poland with your tank and attack Baltic States.