Jak możesz się wycofać się na połówkę to po co masz się wycofać na sąsiednie pole? Nie szkoda zmarnować takiej okazji by wróg musiał zużyć kolejny atak?
Wallace'owi nie przyszło do głowy, że można się wycofać od razu. Po co? Nie wiem co autor i w jakim kontekście teraz wymyśla (cecha wszystkich autorów gier), ale przepis jest jasny:
Forty.The defender may choose not to fight. He makes his decision after the attacker
has played a card face down but before he reveals it. If he originally
controlled the whole location then he withdraws to the half of the location
away from the direction of the attack. If he was already in one half of the location
(i.e. it was already contested) then he must withdraw to a connected
location. He can only withdraw to locations he controls or half-locations
that he has units in. He cannot withdraw via a half-location that has enemy
units in it (so where the rail links feed into a location is important). He may
split his forces when withdrawing and withdraw to different locations.
s. 13Forts are stuck where they are, so can only take part in combat if their half of the location is attacked.
You cannot withdraw a fort, so it must remain in the half of the location it is placed. It will be eliminated if you withdraw from its location.