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Leader (LDR)

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Type Leader
Class
Leader
Battle


If alone, it may not battle.

If attached to a unit it will modify the number of dice a unit will roll when a corresponding command or tactician card is played.

Morale If alone = none (must retreat 1-3 hex after surviving a melee or range* attack, and will attempt to escape through enemy units, if retreat path is occupied by enemy units).

 

Nation

Icon Flaggen

Label Symbol

Icon GMT

Vassal Symbol

Icon Vassal

Blocks

Movement

Retreat per Flag

Fire
Standing

Fire
Moving

Melee
Combat

Morale
Modifications

Notes

 

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Unit with attached Leader, may ignore one flag,

if unit does retreat Leader must retreat with unit.

* Expansion 5.

A lone leader may be target now in a range attack


1

Unit with attached Leader, may ignore one flag,

if unit does retreat Leader must retreat with unit.

* Expansion 5.

A lone leader may be target now in a range attack


1


Unit with attached Leader, may ignore one flag,

if unit does retreat Leader must retreat with unit.

* Expansion 5.

A lone leader may be target now in a range attack


1

Unit with attached Leader, may ignore one flag,

if unit does retreat Leader must retreat with unit.

* Expansion 5.

A lone leader may be target now in a range attack

1

Unit with attached Leader, may ignore one flag,

if unit does retreat Leader must retreat with unit.

* Expansion 5.

A lone leader may be target now in a range attack

1


Unit with attached Leader, may ignore one flag,

if unit does retreat Leader must retreat with unit.

* Expansion 5.

A lone leader may be target now in a range attack

1


Unit with attached Leader, may ignore one flag,

if unit does retreat Leader must retreat with unit.

* Expansion 5.

A lone leader may be target now in a range attack

 


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