Moving as a Division

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Polkovnik
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Moving as a Division

Post by Polkovnik » Sat Nov 09, 2013 7:36 pm

Which of the following can move as a division, assuming they are lined up in edge to edge contact with no gaps between the BGs :
1) Three kiels.
2) Two Kiels with a BG of arquebusiers between them.
3) Two BGs of arquebusiers with a Kiel between them ?

IanP
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Re: Moving as a Division

Post by IanP » Sun Nov 10, 2013 12:53 am

My interpretation would be all of the above (RAW), but that may not be the intent!

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Re: Moving as a Division

Post by IanP » Tue Nov 12, 2013 12:06 am

A qualifier to my previous reply.
If the Arq are LF then my reply stands.
If they are MF then that may change things. I think then that there will need to be a gap.

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Re: Moving as a Division

Post by quackstheking » Tue Nov 12, 2013 10:21 am

Disagree.

All 3 options can move as a Division.

As amended, page 42 2nd bullet reads "At the start of the Divisional move, each battle group in the division is separated by at least a base width from any other friendly battlegroup unless either or both of the battle groups separated by less than a base width are any of the following * keil" etc.

Thus it doesn't matter that there's a Medium foot BG there, the fact that one of the BG's is a Keil means they can move as a Division. :D

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