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(Mention that the column to take Warchalking used three hexes for twelve stacks - maybe 4 or 5 stack limit per hex?)
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Hexes seem to have a maximum number of units or stacks that can exist within them.  [[Column]]s seem to form because there are too many units to fit within a single [[Hex]].
Hexes seem to have a maximum number of units or stacks that can exist within them.  [[Column]]s seem to form because there are too many units to fit within a single [[Hex]].
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The three-hex [[Column]] that retook [[Warchalking]] for [[Gobwin Knob]] contained twelve stacks, so the limit may be four or five allied stacks per hex.
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Revision as of 22:21, 23 September 2009

Proposed Canon

A stack is a group of units that fight together and share bonuses. To be stacked together, all units must be from the same side or its allies. A hex may contain multiple stacks.Erf-b1-p049Same-site.PNG

Groups of units get a stack bonus that maxes at eight. This makes eight-man formations fairly common. Any special bonuses apply to the entire stack.

Stacks without a leader are forced to auto-attack when in contact with units from non-allied capitals. With a Commander the fight can be directed, or the group can choose not to initiate a fight.Erf-b1-p040aSame-site.PNG

Speculation

Hexes seem to have a maximum number of units or stacks that can exist within them. Columns seem to form because there are too many units to fit within a single Hex.

The three-hex Column that retook Warchalking for Gobwin Knob contained twelve stacks, so the limit may be four or five allied stacks per hex.

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