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Here's the situation: Les's Kroxigors are in combat with Kei's unit of 5 Cold One Knights (in front of the kroxies) and Kei's unit of a single Druchii annointed (on the kroxies' flank). Kei win's the battle, the Krox flee, the CoK restrain pursuit, and the Druchii pursues. I know the fleeing unit usually flees away from the enemy with the highest unit strength (the CoK), but in this case they didn't even pursue! In which direction do the kroxigors move?
Also, whether Kei's druchii catches them or not, in which direction does he pursue? From where he was towards where the kroxies were during the battle, or just in the same direction as the Kroxigors go?
Also, if both of Kei's units pursue, do they both run in the same direction as the kroxigors, or will they run towards where the kroxigors were during the combat (which results in CoK and Druchii moving perpendicularly to each other)?
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It would make sense that since they're just turning and running, they have no idea who is coming after them. So they still run away from the greatest unit strength.
The druchii would pursue in the same direction as the kroxies fleed, not in a straight line forward from where he was during the combat. Overrun moves are when you move directly forward.
Any unit pursuing will run along the same line as the unit that is fleeing. So both the COKnights and the Druchii would pursue next to each other.
Hope that helps.
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