This rule was actually changed from the way it was in Revised in order to prevent air units from getting an extra movement. In Revised, when a carrier was mobilized fighters were allowed to be moved from the territory containing the IC onto the carrier. Under that rule, a fighter could move from New South Wales and attack Japanese-held Western Australia, then fly back to New South Wales in noncombat movement, then be moved onto a new carrier in sea zone 62 in the Mobilize New Units phase, resulting in five spaces of movement.
Can you scranble to prevent sea movement
Boyardee last edited by
Can you scranble with your plane to prevent a sea movement that pass trough a sea zone in wich there is an island, airbase and plane you control?
If yes, Does this end the ennemy movement?
Incline last edited by
The only way you can scramble is if the enemy ends their movement in the seazone you would scramble to protect. If they’re just passing through, there’s nothing you can do.
that was a rule in the old A&A Pacific…where the enemy would set up combat air patrol…after the end of movement…
that rule isnt used in the new A&A40…
Im pretty sure i got that right
BadSpeller last edited by
I had this question also.
Notice Razor good reply (#1) and Kreighund (reply #2).