@Caesar-Seriona said in Multiple pro allied neutrals:
To simplify the rule for any new players that read this; you cannot blitz through a friendly neutral I.E. they stop once they enter.
Just to avoid confusion:
We are not talking about “blitzing” here, as “blitzing” is a combat move, involving hostile territories.
Moving into a friendly neutral territory takes place during Noncombat Move Phase. This is a noncombat move that is further restricted by the above quoted rule.
Blitz is just a name for a first move “into a hostile, unoccupied territory”. Page 27 of the pac rulebook. Since your first move isn’t into a hostile territory, its not a blitz, Mr. Pain is correct, I believe.
how due the tech rules work with alpha 3 rules?
This is different from OOB:
Research & Development (that have been modified)
Rockets: Your air bases can now launch rockets. During the Strategic and Tactical Bombing
Raid step of your Conduct Combat phase each turn, each of your operative air bases can make
a single rocket attack against an enemy industrial complex, air base, or naval base within 4
spaces of it. This attack does one die roll of damage to that facility. Rockets may not be fired
over neutral territories.
Improved Mechanized Infantry: Each of your mechanized infantry units that are paired up
with a tank or artillery now has an attack value of 2. Also, your mechanized infantry may now
blitz without being paired with a tank.
Improved Shipyards: Change the IPC cost of cruisers to ‘9’.
Tragically, there are not enough japanese roundels to do this (later in the game).
What’s even more tragic (or fortunate depending on how you look at it) is that I have 10 differe A&A’s so a lack of control markers for the big 5 is never an issue. A lack of ANZAC markers on the other hand…
Transports may not attack without being accompanied by at least 1 unit with an attack value, unless they are conducting an amphibious assault from a friendly sea zone that is free of enemy submarines.
This should read “Transports may not attack in a sea battle without being accompanied by at least 1 unit with an attack value.”