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  1. The Day After says

    Battle Die Reduction (Comment / Question)

    Do units get protection from terrain/obstacles against Cavalry units, ie. are Cavalry battle dice reduced when they attack a unit in woods/behind sandbags etc.?

    If so, doesn't that make Cavalry really weak as they can only effectively attack units in open terrain?

  2. player685589 says

    what are they used in (Comment / Question)

    Q I have not seen any scenarios what are they used in?

  3. JFKoski says

    What are they used in (Comment / Question)

    A. A few Eastern Front Scenarios.
    Counter-Attack at Sverchkovo,
    Raseiniai - w/Brandenburgers,
    Velikaya Bridgehead - Campaign Book
    Nach Moskau! -BT

    There's some more from Equipment Pack:
    Operation Seydlitz

  4. JFKoski says

    Battle Die Reduction (Comment / Question)

    A: Cavalry do not ignore terrain battle dice reductions. This DOES make them weak. (It's WWII, after all.)

    The only good use for cavalry would be to pop up as reinforcements on the opponent's baseline (like Armor Breakthrough) to attack 1- and 2- figure infantry units that have been pulled back. Someone should make a scenario like this!

    A: There's a new (June 2013) official scenario involving Italian cavalry: Battle of Agordat, Eritrea/Ethiopia in 1941.

  5. yeager44 says

    Overrun (Comment / Question)

    They can be powerful in open terrain with their speed and armor overrun ability. That is if you lack tanks.

  6. El Tea says

    Equipment Pack Rules Confusion (Comment / Question)

    After reading, searching, and discussion on BGG, I cannot determine if Cavalry suffer the terrain battle dice reductions of infantry or armour. In the newest rules (Equipment Pack), it states "A Cavalry unit is treated like Infantry for ordering and Armor for movement and combat."

    It then goes on toe explain how it moves and fights for dice, but no mention of terrain restrictions or battle dice modifications are made. But the phrase "...and Armor for movement and combat" implies it suffers the same restrictions and modifications that Armor does.

    Moreover, if it is treated like armor for combat, wouldn't that mean it is hit on armor rolls on dice, not infantry?

    Is there an official explanation available?

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