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PostPosted: Thu Feb 28, 2008 12:04 am 
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A opponent has a victory hex to his rear and out of his line of sight.If i were to take the hex would my opponent see the hex change in his replay?

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That I don't know (I would suppose not, but sometimes the replay does strange things). But in any case, he would notice the changed flag during his own turn.

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In those situations, it is best to NOT actually take the objective hex, but bypass it. In a flanking maneuver,there are often objective hexes along the way; taking them is a give away to an observant opponent.

If the hex is important, leave a unit to control it when you have made your attack and stealth is no longer an option.

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