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I've searched the forum and can't find an answer to my question so here goes..
Here is the situation.
A unit is in combat with 2 enemy units. One is engaged to their front with unit strength 20 and the other is engaged on their flank with unit strength 10. The unit loses and flees from the 2 enemy units.
According to the rulebook a unit in combat with multiple enemy units will flee directly away from the one with a higher unit strength. So the unit flees from the enemy engaged to their front and they roll 8 inches for their flee move. The enemy unit to the front pursues and rolls 7 inches and does not catch them. The enemy unit on their flank pursues and rolls 7 inches also. The unit escapes both enemy units. Since the flee move was made directly away from the enemy unit to the front, where do you place the pursuing enemy unit on the flank. The enemy unit to the flank only pursued one inch less than the fleeing unit so will actually end up almost parallel to the fleeing unit. Are they placed an inch apart? Am I missing something?
Am i confusing everyone?
sorry and thanks in advance.
Both the pursuing units are put 1 inch behind your fleeing unit, you flee directly away from the unit with 20 unit strength.
end of story.
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