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Some [[unit|units]] can be harvested for [[ration|rations]].  These are usually [[Heavy Unit|heavies]] and [[mount]]s but never anything which can talk.
Some [[unit|units]] can be harvested for [[ration|rations]].  These are usually [[Heavy Unit|heavies]] and [[mount]]s but never anything which can talk.
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Harvesting requires a commander in the hex that the slaughter takes place and involves hitting an eligible unit with a single, non-combative strike which instantly [[croak]]s it.  When the unit's corpse depops on the next [[turn]], free rations [[pop]] for the units in the [[hex]] that the harvest took place.
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Harvesting requires a commander in the hex that the slaughter takes place and involves hitting an eligible unit with a single, non-combative strike which instantly [[croak]]s it.  When the unit's [[corpse]] depops on the next [[turn]], free rations [[pop]] for the units in the [[hex]] that the harvest took place. [[LIAB 48a| Situation Room Notes Page 23, cont'd]]
==Speculation==
==Speculation==
The rations produced by harvesting can be turned into [[provisions]] by the units in the hex after they pop.  It's possible that the rations will still pop in the hex, even if friendly units moved on after the slaughter and did not end turn in that hex.  It may also be possible for enemy units to take the hex that the slaughter was performed in before the next turn and obtain the rations when they pop.
The rations produced by harvesting can be turned into [[provisions]] by the units in the hex after they pop.  It's possible that the rations will still pop in the hex, even if friendly units moved on after the slaughter and did not end turn in that hex.  It may also be possible for enemy units to take the hex that the slaughter was performed in before the next turn and obtain the rations when they pop.
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Its possible, but unlikely, that a procedure can also be performed to turn the corpse of a unit which died in combat, into rations.
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It's possible that a procedure can also be performed to turn the corpse of a unit which died in combat into rations. This is supported by [[Jillian]] eating a [[wildlife|horned sheep]] croaked either by [[doombat|doombats]] or [[Transylvito|Transylvitian]] [[warlord|warlords]] in [[First Intermission 15]].
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If the harvested unit's corpse is [[uncroaked]], [[decrypted]] or even utterly destroyed in some fashion, then it cannot be uncroaked.
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If the harvested unit's corpse is [[uncroaked]], [[decrypted]] or even utterly destroyed in some fashion, then it cannot be harvested.
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If a side exists which is known for cannibalism, it might be possible for them to harvest units which can talk for rations.  This could also be the case if a natural ally exists which is known for cannibalism.
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If a [[side]] exists which is known for cannibalism, it might be possible for them to harvest units which can talk for rations.  This could also be the case if a [[natural ally]] exists which is known for cannibalism.
It may be possible for certain non-talking mounts and heavies, such as [[dwagon|dwagons]], to avoid or lower their [[upkeep]] for a turn by eating enemy units or their corpses.
It may be possible for certain non-talking mounts and heavies, such as [[dwagon|dwagons]], to avoid or lower their [[upkeep]] for a turn by eating enemy units or their corpses.

Revision as of 03:09, 7 January 2011

Proposed Canon

Some units can be harvested for rations. These are usually heavies and mounts but never anything which can talk.

Harvesting requires a commander in the hex that the slaughter takes place and involves hitting an eligible unit with a single, non-combative strike which instantly croaks it. When the unit's corpse depops on the next turn, free rations pop for the units in the hex that the harvest took place. Situation Room Notes Page 23, cont'd

Speculation

The rations produced by harvesting can be turned into provisions by the units in the hex after they pop. It's possible that the rations will still pop in the hex, even if friendly units moved on after the slaughter and did not end turn in that hex. It may also be possible for enemy units to take the hex that the slaughter was performed in before the next turn and obtain the rations when they pop.

It's possible that a procedure can also be performed to turn the corpse of a unit which died in combat into rations. This is supported by Jillian eating a horned sheep croaked either by doombats or Transylvitian warlords in First Intermission 15.

If the harvested unit's corpse is uncroaked, decrypted or even utterly destroyed in some fashion, then it cannot be harvested.

If a side exists which is known for cannibalism, it might be possible for them to harvest units which can talk for rations. This could also be the case if a natural ally exists which is known for cannibalism.

It may be possible for certain non-talking mounts and heavies, such as dwagons, to avoid or lower their upkeep for a turn by eating enemy units or their corpses.

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