AP30 Not Apt to Drag Feet SSR 3 question

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Hi Folks,

SSR 3 of this scenario says:

"Units required to set up IN Sunken Road hexes may not move/advance until Turn 5 unless they are attacked by an enemy unit or have LOS to a Known enemy unit."

If 1 unit has LOS or is attacked does that free up ALL of the units in the Sunken roads or just that one?

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MikeS
 

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Hi Folks,

SSR 3 of this scenario says:

"Units required to set up IN Sunken Road hexes may not move/advance until Turn 5 unless they are attacked by an enemy unit or have LOS to a Known enemy unit."

If 1 unit has LOS or is attacked does that free up ALL of the units in the Sunken roads or just that one?

Thanks,
MikeS
I agree this is very ambiguous. Since the SSR refers to "units" and "they," I would argue that all units setting up in the sunken road are treated as a collective when it comes to freedom of movement/advance and therefore allow them all to move/advance after only one is attacked or has a LOS to a KEU.
 

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That is my interpretation, buser333, but thought I would throw it out to the community to see what others thought too. :)
 

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From MMP's official errata:

ASL AP30 (Not Apt To Drag Feet): In SSR 3, replace "they" with "any of them".​
It looks like you guys guessed right! 🍻
 

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Sweet. :) Do you have a URL to that Binchois? I would like to bookmark that page for future reference. :)
 
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