Command Cards

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SECTION CARDS (40 cards)

Section cards are used to order units in a specific section of the battlefield to move and/or battle. These cards also indicate how many units you may order.

Recon Left

Issue an order to 1 unit in the left section. When drawing a new command card, draw two, choose one and discard the other, unless a Victory Medal is taken at the end of the turn, then only draw 1 card. (2 cards)

Recon Centre

Issue an order to 1 unit in the centre section. When drawing a new command card, draw two, choose one and discard the other, unless a Victory Medal is taken at the end of the turn, then only draw 1 card. (2 cards)

Recon Right

Issue an order to 1 unit in the right section. When drawing a new command card, draw two, choose one and discard the other, unless a Victory Medal is taken at the end of the turn, then only draw 1 card. (2 cards)

Probe Left

Issue an order to 2 units in the left section. (3 cards)

Probe Centre

Issue an order to 2 units in the centre section. (4 cards)

Probe Right

Issue an order to 2 units in the right section. (3 cards)

Attack Left

Issue an order to 3 units in the left section. (3 cards)

Attack Centre

Issue an order to 3 units in the centre section. (4 cards)

Attack Right

Issue an order to 3 units in the right section. (3 cards)

Assault Left

Issue an order to all battlefield units in the left section. (2 cards)

Assault Centre

Issue an order to all battlefield units in the centre section. (2 cards)

Assault Right

Issue an order to all battlefield units in the right section. (2 cards)

Recon in Force

Issue an order to 1 unit in each section. (4 cards)

Forward

Issue an order to 2 battlefield units in each section. (2 cards)

Out Flanked

Issue an order to 2 units in both the left and right sections. (2 cards)

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