Ace wrote:Why not?
Lindi wrote:if the area is take by ennemy when you leader is move on the last turn, first.
Second, because for me a one men can easy and fast move same in the ennemy area if is for go to own territory.
not sure but, in the 7 years war, if French leader need go see indian and need move in British area, he can go in solo for fast move and more chance to not dead.
Three, a officer if I good see he can't use for scout, or very bad scout and very more need leader for lead unit compare to scout..
Jim-NC wrote:In theory, limiting single general units from crossing enemy territory makes sense, but I wonder about enforcement. For example, suppose I need to move my general 1 region east, but the computer pathing is to move south then north east, and the region south of me has 1 enemy cavalry unit. What would we do about that? Or in the west scenario, what if you send the invasion force to New Orleans, and only Butler survives. How does he get to the rest of the union army? He can't sail back to Washington in this scenario.
I would want to say no to that house rule, but I am open to arguments either way.
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