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A small ambiguity in my mind...
In prohibited supports against a charge
h. pg. 43 states:
Faltering brigades cannot commit supports.
Exception: If you have one attacker directly charging two adjacent
defending units from a Faltering brigade, then one defending unit is
automatically drawn into the combat as a support and a reroll may
What is the definition of adjacent here?
Is it within support distance but not wholly to the rear?
or is the interpretation that the charger is directly charging and will contact BOTH units
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I read it as being the second, both units have to be directly charged and could potentially be contacted by the attackers. For that reason it is an exception to the normal rule for Faltering brigades. Otherwise it would be no different to the usual support conditions.
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Yep, that's right - your charging unit charges at its target and also at the front of an enemy flanking support. So, if it went to melee the chargers would contact both units.
This would only normally occur if the chargers are in line.