I understand that…(and it was funny) I was just taking the opportunity to bust on myself… I could have phrased the question a little more intelligently…
i don’t think anyone here is rude at all. Actually, everyone takes the time to answer all of our “newbie” questions without any complaints… It’s a great forum…
i like 5 since i dont get to play very often and this makes it more of a social event where we can all talk friendly trash to each other. we also avoid blatant suggestions “buy 3 transports and two infantry, move these pieces here and these there” because then they become nothing but a dice roller. it is more like “hey jap buddy, get your butt into asia as fast as you can, i’ll meet you in moscow!”
Stupor or no, I doubt he is as distracted as he pretends to be.
I’ve played a few board games in the barracks and behind all the smack talking, the brains are going furiously.
I recall on game where a guy brought his “girl friend” (she was a dancer at a local club) and she made it a point to do everything but actually service the folks playing the game all as part of his master plan to win just once!
No, he did not win and yes his “girl friend” spent the night in the barracks room.Â Four guys, four beds, one girl, 'nuff said.
So I take it you guys played musical beds all night with the winner getting the bed and a good night’s sleep?Â
We drew straws and the loser slept on the couch. Yep, that’s what we did. :roll:
Thankfully, given her profession as a dancer, we had no body shyness problems in the morning as we dealt with the issue of five people and one bathroom.
Both land and naval units that engage in combat remain in the area of combat and cannot be moved in the non-combat phase. Retreated units have to stay in the territory/sea zone they were retreated to. The only units that can move after Combat (and in fact HAVE to move in almost all cases) are aircraft.
If you need a basis in reality for this rule, consider those forces to be being re-supplied, repared, reinforced, replacing casualties, etc. as well as securing the area, reparing damaged infrastructure (bridges, airfields, etc) during the non-combat phase. For retreated units, consider them to be regrouping, replacing lost equipment, etc.
NO Subs donÂ´t submerge after their combat phase, they can only submerge after the combat round (after both sides have attacked) and this only if there isnÂ´t present an enemy DD in the battle.
As JLord said and if you have to do a naval battle you canÂ´t do naval bombarding.