@ thanxs for the tip JimmyHat i think that is the problem because we mix some different rules:
3 more questions to the rules **Alpha 2+**i ask because I have found different answers in this forum
1.) If there is 1 UK-Carrier with 2 UK-Fighters on it, and germany attacks with 2 Subs: now the subs make 2 hits, what happens with the Fighters when the carrier is lost, how many movement points have the Fighters or are they directly destroyed, they cant hit the submarines or?
same situation, now there 1 UK-Carrier with 2 US-Fighter on it, and germany attacks with 2 subs: the subs make again 2 Hits, what happens with the US Fighter when the carrier is lost, how many movement points have the Fighters or are they directly destroyed, they cant hit the submarines or?
Lets say i have the 2 german submarins in seazone 110, its the turn from UK, UK purchase 1 destroyer and place it in seazone 110. Can the german on its next turn, move away with his 2 submarines from the seazone or cant germany do that, because of the presence of an UK destroyer?
The answer to your questions 1 or 2: The planes can only move one space adjacent to the territory that has been attacked, they must land on an available carrier or a friendly territory or else they are also destroyed in the fight, and no, the planes can’t defend againts the submarines if no destroyer are with them. That means that if your planes have nowhere to go, it will only take one hit from the submarine to sink both planes at least since the carrier will have to take a hit.
Maybe someone else will have an answer to this, I don’t know if you can take your fighters as casualties tough, this is an interresting question that I would love to get an answer, I don’t think so since they are not part of the battle.
As for your third question, once again I am not the expert, but I think that if they place some ships into the same place that your ships were, you have to option to move your ships one space away or engage in a battle as soon as he places them, with you defending and him attacking.