D2.5 ESB: Permissable for halftracks?

charlie

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"A tracked vehicle" may attempt ESB. For this rule does a HT count as a tracked vehicle? I assume so but can't find anything in Q&A
 

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Yes - ESB your heart out! Halftracks are always "tracked". They simply aren't "fully-tracked".
 

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As footnote 4 of chapter D has it, tracked vehicles were driven more gently than was physically possible because they might shed a track if driven all-out. D2.5 allows the player to take a chance when necessary.

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As footnote 4 of chapter D has it, tracked vehicles were driven more gently than was physically possible because they might shed a track if driven all-out. D2.5 allows the player to take a chance when necessary.

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I'm trying to imagine "gently" driving a Tiger.:cool::cool:
 
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