Bypass and concealment

JimWhite

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Senior moment...

Assume that units setting up in concealment terrain can start the scenario concealed:

Can a vehicle which sets up in bypass of a woods hex be concealed?
 

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Probably not, but it depends on how the SSR is written. Units in bypass are not in the terrain in the hex and as I read your question, they aren't in the woods so they can't be concealed.
 

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What the hell is a ‘trunion’?
Sorry Bob. Couldn't resist it.

The Google says it is a cyndrilical projection on each side of a gun or cannon used for support. Ground pounders could probably elaborate
 

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Yeah but I couldn't resist it. Tired, can't sleep, can't gun, just tincantankerous!😉
Seriously, how many times can you make a haha with trunions and grunions?

That was a once in a lifetime opportunity for those lovers of paranomasia. Which for better or worse for the forum is what I am.
 

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If he sets up out of LOS...it should be ok...but it won't really do you any good when LOS is had
 

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If he sets up out of LOS...it should be ok...but it won't really do you any good when LOS is had
A unit can set up concealed on non-concealment terrain if the attacker enters all units from off-board or if out of LOS after the attacker sets up. Concealment is lost automatically at 16 hex range or less LOS.

A slightly more complete description that I don't think that Jim's question sought.
 
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