- May 25, 2005
- Reaction score
- Teutoburger Wald
Yes. B9.324:submitted to MMP said:An enemy stack moves next to a friendly concealed-but-real stack. The friendly stack has wall advantage, but the enemy stack claims WA as it enters (if necessary, momentarily revealing a real unit). Per B9.324 (J8 errata) the friendly side "must then momentarily reveal one non-dummy unit or forfeit WA."
In my example, can the friendly player decline to reveal a non-dummy unit from the friendly concealed-but-real stack, thus giving WA to the moving enemy stack?
"and the opposing side must then momentarily reveal one non-dummy unit or forfeit WA"
"reveal one non-dummy unit" or "forfeit WA" - i.e., a choice of what to do.
Yes. Since B9.323 MANDATORY WA has an EXC for B9.324submitted to MMP said:Even if WA is mandatory for the friendly stack?
No.submitted to MMP said:Or is the friendly player obligated to reveal a non-dummy unit if it is possible?
No, since per B9.322:submitted to MMP said:If the friendly player has the option to decline to reveal a unit in general, may he choose to not reveal a unit (and so forfeit WA to the enemy player) if the friendly concealed-but-real stack contains one or more pinned, TI, or Immobile units?
"A Pinned, TI, or Immobile unit cannot voluntarily claim or forfeit WA."