Fighter/Carrier Movement Question
polywog last edited by
quick question on fighters and carriers:
for a fighter landing on a carrier, does it cost a movement point to move into the carrier’s sea zone and another movement point to land on the carrier? Or is it considered the same movement?
Cobert last edited by
It doesnt cost any extra movement points to land on a carrier, its as if you were able to land on a sea zone.
For example, you could fly from a carrier in the East Indies, attack India, and land back ont he carrier.
Guest last edited by
No, it is not a movement point to go from SZ to the carrier in that SZ.
SSG Rock last edited by
Nor does it count as a move to “take off” from a carrier to the occupied sea zone. If the ftr is on a carrier, it can move 3 spaces maximum from the carrier, if it intends to land on the same carrier. The carrier must then move 2 spaces toward the ftr in the non-combat move, while the ftr returns 1 space to land. (It’s a lot easier to understand looking at the board.)