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Are board edge hexes, also automatically front line hexes for the purposes of trench, mine and wire placement? Some CG's they are, some they aren't, couldnt find a clarification in the definition of front line hex in the rule book for Inor.
 

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Are board edge hexes, also automatically front line hexes for the purposes of trench, mine and wire placement? Some CG's they are, some they aren't, couldnt find a clarification in the definition of front line hex in the rule book for Inor.
A front line hex, is a hex in one of your setup area that is adjacent to an enemy hex and / or no man's land hexes. You can setup mines / trench on board hedes hexes if they are not front line hexes.
 

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Another errata : If the German choose Day attack and the French Night Attack, the scenario will be a Dual Dawn attack not a Day German attack.
 

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With regards to the fortifications that can't set up HIP in the Inor CG's (i.e. Wire, Trench and Roadblocks not in interior Woods Locations). Does this also apply if it is a night scenario?

Basically, do they set up in full view on board at scenario commencement at night or do normal night rules apply for these fortifications?
 

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With regards to the fortifications that can't set up HIP in the Inor CG's (i.e. Wire, Trench and Roadblocks not in interior Woods Locations). Does this also apply if it is a night scenario?

Basically, do they set up in full view on board at scenario commencement at night or do normal night rules apply for these fortifications?
They don't setup hip even at night.
 

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I just noticed this in the Escape table:

DR </=8: Escape (1)
DR 9: Escape,replaced (2)
DR 10: Escape, CR
DR 11: Escapes, CR = reduced
[1: A unit would that become disrupted is Casualty Reduced instead]
[2: Use Random Selection for stack of units]

I'm assuming the subscript 1 should be applicable to DR 9 & subscript 10 applicable to DR 10 & 11?
Yes.
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Hello,

I can't find the rule, do you have a reference?
7.23 p32

FORTIFICATION SET UP
All Fortifications can be set up using HIP [EXC : Pillbox,
Roadblock, Trench, Wire not in interior woods hexes 30]
until
revealed normally during the course of play.

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I believe that the historical notes stated that the defenses were moved from a prepared line and set up in the new defensive zone in great haste, so they didn't have time or resources to carry much ammo from their previous line.
 

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Sorry for the late answer, the 37 * should be b12, I don't know why they are B11 in the countersheet and how we missed that.
 

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I believe that the historical notes stated that the defenses were moved from a prepared line and set up in the new defensive zone in great haste, so they didn't have time or resources to carry much ammo from their previous line.
It could have been the right explanation but as the 37* is also used by the units joining the fght after the initial retreat , we decided to stay at b12.
 
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