Can sea units fight land and or air units?
johnny last edited by
Can Battleships and Destroyers fight planes? Can planes fight sea units? For example, can I take off from Midway and fight a Battleship? I know about Amphibious Assaults and Battleship Bombardment, but aside from that is what I am asking. Let’s say the Battleships are next to a battle, can they fight? I know that’s a lot of questions. Thank you for any help. I could not find it in the book.
newpaintbrush last edited by
Submarines do not fight against air units.
Everything else - transports, subs, carriers, destroyers, battleships - do. Of course, transports have no “attack” value, but transports can defend.
A battleship that is NEXT to a sea zone or land zone in which fighters are involved takes NO PART in that combat. (unless for battleship bombardment, which you already know about). So if you have a sub in one sea zone and fifty battleships in the next sea zone over, the lone enemy fighter that attacks your sub is perfectly safe.
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