koontz1973 wrote:I doubt it but not 100% sure. As far as I am aware, a border is a border, without or without conditions.
koontz1973 wrote:You cannot attack a region you hold.
koontz1973 wrote:You asked, can you attack if you hold ABC. If you do not hold them, you cannot attack. That is a conditional border.
thenobodies80 wrote:Technically is possible,
thenobodies80 wrote:but as koontz said it makes no sense.
thenobodies80 wrote:That region would be impossible to take.
ender516 wrote:If you hold A, there is NO WAY to attack A, regardless of any other territories you might hold.
ender516 wrote:However, you might be able to close the borders of A by holding A, B, and C such that once you have taken it, you cannot reinforce in or out of A.
ender516 wrote:Exactly how the game engine would respond in this case is probably untested. I wonder if you might even have trouble advancing troops upon conquest in such a situation.
so if I hold A and B at the start (and there is one way attack from A to B, but B is possible to attack from another region)) I can not attack A from B.
but at the end of my turn I can reinforce from A to B because there is executed condition for open border (hold A and B to one way attack/reinforce A to B).
thenobodies80 wrote:That is not what you said before....
thenobodies80 wrote:You starting question was about a group of territories and not a single territory.
thenobodies80 wrote:If you want an explanation about that starting question, please let me know.
thenobodies80 wrote:Oh, btw.... In that case...so you can attack A only if you hold A,B,C.... From which region you want to attack ( or reinforce ) A? It's B,C or another D region?
Oneyed wrote:it is not matter if it will be group territories or single one. not in the core....
Oneyed wrote:1, when player holds A and B he can one way attacks B from A. this conditional border valids only for one way attack A to B. I think this is possible.
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