Gap between linear and area terrain?
- The rule book (I'm using 2.0 + 2.1 ammendments) only specifies a 1
element base width between area terrain features, but I get the
impression that there are no restrictions as to how close the gap can
be between an area and a linear feature. So does it mean I can put a
hill or forrest right next to (i.e. touching) a river?
Edmund Hon taskforce58@...
- I expect most people who read it realized it was a response to Mike who
had brought up historical examples of inaccessible forts that might be
considered BUAs. I don't think either of us indicated we thought such
examples would make very good DBA scenarios. Not everything has to
relate directly to the DBA battlefield. Please note the current
discussion of football. :)
Terry in Spokane
On Fri, 3 Dec 2004 23:14:52 -0800 (PST) William Boyette
>which he attempted to build a causeway?
> Did anyone actually read this?
> >>>attempted to build a causeway?
> How does this even remotely sound like a scenario
> that fits into a DBA game? Or to put it another way,
> who would want to play this?
> > On Fri, 3 Dec 2004, Terry Griner wrote:
> > > Also, wasn't Alexander faced with such an island walled city to
> > >--- David KUIJT <kuijt@...> wrote:
> > > Terry in Spokane
> > > That was Tyre, which Mike (Stelzone) mentioned.