@alexander-ritter yes, this way you can’t choose to not attack based off of other attacks
So I know that if sea units participate in combat with other warships that all movement stops and they cannot be moved again even if not all movement is spent.
If a cruiser or a battleship makes a landing bombardment shot from an amphibious assault can they still use movement in the noncombat or do bombardment strikes also count as combat?
Participation in combat in any way for any non-air unit stops later non-combat movement for that unit.
Much appreciated. So then naval bombardment does count towards a combat move