Errata: The Moscow Campaign
Source: Game Insert
Date: As of 31 October 1973
There are several instances where the word "Prussian" is used instead of "German." For game purposes, in all cases, the terms Prussian and German are meant to be interchangeable. There is no difference between, say, a Prussian unit and a "German" Bavarian unit.
The Terrain Effects Chart accurately gives the Movement Point cost for entraining a three Movement Points, and for detraining as two Movement Points. The rules say the operations respectively consume two and one Movement Points. The Terrain Effects Chart is correct.
STANDARD GAME SEQUENCE OF PLAY
In the Standard Game, it is not made specifically clear that units which engage in a Hasty Attack during their Movement Phase may not attack in the Combat Phase unless the unit had sufficient Movement Points to pay the additional Movement Point cost to enter the Enemy Zone of Control. If the additional Movement Points were available, normal combat may be engaged in during the ensuing Friend Combat [Note that this modifies the Standard Game Zone of Control rule, Case E.]
In the Standard Game Combat rule, Case O, it is stated that "units making Hasty Attacks may allocate on a portion of their Combat Strength to the attack.
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