Book of Battle, Errata
Recoil is always involuntarily movement to the rear, and it always leaves the unit Disordered. See pages 23 and 79.
Page 20, Table 9: Defensive Maneuvers
Stand Fast Unit Results Loss
Stand vs. Charge Unit Results Win
Stand w/Another Unit Opponent
Stand w/Another Unit Results Loss
Page 22, Unit Commander’s Battle Roll Results
If the results have BOTH…
Page 31, Table 10: Go After Enemy
Pursue Unit Results Loss
Prerequisites for Going After the Enemy
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Stop: Any enemy maneuver away from combat is a Retreat. (see page 79). Any Retreat allows a unit to simply Stop.
Follow: Enemy movement away is voluntary, and they are attempting to Withdraw. Their Battle Intensity must be 15 or more for an orderly withdrawal of this type.
Pursue: Enemy movement away is NOT voluntary if the Battle Intensity is less than 15. They involuntarily Retreat.
Chase: Enemy movement is a massive panic, and the whole army is trying to Run Away. This is a Rout, a Decisive Victory.
Page 32, Chase
Strike all Unit Results
Page 33, Table 11: Pull Back
Run Away! Unit Results Loss
Page 34, Run Away!
Page 40, Rally Battalion!
Page 50, Squires
Question: Can I "save" an “unused squire” for an upcoming extended phase and have the squire help me then.
Page 53, 3a. If the friend is conscious…
Strike the sentence If not, go to…below.
Page 55, Killing Commanders
It should say: 100 Glory to each combatant,
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