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Almilcar
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Blowing up bridges & OL Command Card Recon in Force Mon, 14 January 2013 18:03
Hello,

One situation that came up during our last OL game, "The Cadets of Saumur". As you may know, in this scenario it is allowed to blow up bridges by using Actions 2 - Option 2.

Using a Recon in Force card, allows a FG to order 1 unit of each section in his Flank.

May a FG try to blow up 2 bridges with a single card by using this card since it allows to order 1 unit per section?

Thanks

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Re:Blowing up bridges & OL Command Card Recon in Force Mon, 14 January 2013 18:35
Almilcar wrote on Mon, 14 January 2013 12:03

Hello,

One situation that came up during our last OL game, "The Cadets of Saumur". As you may know, in this scenario it is allowed to blow up bridges by using Actions 2 - Option 2.

Using a Recon in Force card, allows a FG to order 1 unit of each section in his Flank.

May a FG try to blow up 2 bridges with a single card by using this card since it allows to order 1 unit per section?

Thanks


http://static.memoir44.com/lang/english/images/mm_compendium_action_2.jpg

The card is played en lieu of giving orders.
So no orders are issued, no units activated and only one bridge may be attacked per card.

Bridge's is a possessive word meaning in this case the section the bridge is in or the section belonging to the bridge (singular).
It does not mean more than one bridge, that would be bridges

PLay ONE card with a chance to blow up ONE bridge.

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