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Ok, so some might see this as a dumb question, but it has been a thorn in my side for a few different games. If my unit completely destroys an enemy unit in CC, what follow-on actions am I allowed? Also, am I allowed the same response if the enemy flees, and I choose not to persue? All I can find in the BRB is that if a unit is no longer in B2B contact after the CC phase, then that unit is allowed to move normally. Personally, I interpret that as the unit can move normally during its next movement phase. If you have thoughts (preferably with a page reference), I'd love to hear them.
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if your referring to the 7th edition,:
When you annihilate your enemy, you only get to do an overrun if this is the turn you charged. If not, then all your unit gets to do is... nothing.
they use the rest of the turn to chop down the remains and regroup the unit.
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