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Shattered vs. Destroyed

Posted: Mon Dec 31, 2018 5:35 pm
by Texus Maximus
I am trying to make sure I understand the difference between 'shattered" and "destroyed" under section 75. The difference seems to be in the idea of "doubling" the opponents score. A unit that is shattered is removed from the game but has not been doubled. Therefore the stand that wins the close combat is not required to pursue under section 77.2. Do I have this right?

Re: Shattered vs. Destroyed

Posted: Mon Dec 31, 2018 11:49 pm
by Rod
Essentially yes, some troop types shatter others, which means they are killed if beaten by 1 point. They do not pursue unless they are a unit that always pursues like knights.

All units pursue if they double an opponent and destroy it or cause it to fallback, panic or, flee.

Re: Shattered vs. Destroyed

Posted: Wed Apr 15, 2020 2:51 pm
by coopman
So the five unit types listed in 78.1 are "impetuous" and always pursue.
Plus, ANY stand that doubles its opponent in close combat pursues per 78.2 (except for art. & WW).

Re: Shattered vs. Destroyed

Posted: Wed Apr 15, 2020 4:18 pm
by Rod
Exactly correct.

An example of shatter but not pursue would be, Horse Bow beating Bow Levy in the open by 1 point.

Horse Bow Shatter the Bow Levy in the open, but unless they doubled the score the Horse Bow do not charge forward.