Counter Attack

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When you play this card, it becomes a copy of the command card your opponent played on his last turn. Follow
the instructions on that card as though you were actually playing it, except reverse any section references made on the card (left section
becomes right section and vice versa).

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Clexton27 replied the topic: #718 2 years 1 week ago

Memoir ' 44 Counter Attack Card


The Great War Counter Attack Card

I think you are correct. If we just read the rules as written there is no limitation on TGW card for playing Infantry Assault where on the Memoir '44 card it is stated explicitly.
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alecrespi replied the topic: #717 2 years 1 week ago
Hi guys, this is my interpretation reading card text:
"Follow the instructions on that card as though you were actually playing it, except reverse any section references made on the card"

1) as though you were actually playing it --> you can chose ANY section as you would do if playing that card from your hand.
2) the exception about reverse section is applied only if it's referenced on the card.

These are my 2 cents.
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Mark McG replied the topic: #716 2 years 2 weeks ago
nothing conclusive
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Clexton27 replied the topic: #715 2 years 2 weeks ago
The reason I ask is that in Memoir '44 the rule is that the Counterattack must take place in the SAME section. So one C&C game plays one way and the other C&C game plays the other. Nothing conclusive then???
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Mark McG replied the topic: #714 2 years 2 weeks ago
Hard to make a firm statement here, but the precedent from C&C Napoleonics Forced March card is that it can be ANY section

www.commandsandcolors.net/napoleonics/th...-counter-attack.html
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Clexton27 replied the topic: #712 2 years 3 weeks ago
If you Counterattack an opponent's Infantry Assault card, must you order your Infantry Assault in the SAME section that your opponent ordered OR may the Infantry Assault be ordered in any section that you prefer.

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