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    Kreta: AoC1 -errata

    The playing area pictorial image itself is correct.

    However, the numerical indicator for board 6, belongs in the lower right portion of the image (not the upper left where it is shown).

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    Re: Kreta: AoC1 -errata

    Follow up.


    I mean when looking at the real card, the 6, itself (only), belongs transported 'magically' to the lower right. The 6 is in B8, and B8 should be the lower right corner of what is the upper left board of the playing area.

    Additionally the definition of the playing area as R-GG on 17 is correct, and thus the 17, itself (only), transported in the same way but to the upper left of its board.

    The set up zone is 6E1-6E10-38Z5-38Z10. This will form a perimeter line the Germans can set up on/north of (even though the two boards do not met an area is still defined by this line).
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    Re: Kreta: AoC1 -errata

    Quote Originally Posted by Justiciar View Post
    Follow up.


    I mean when looking at the real card, the 6, itself (only), belongs transported 'magically' to the lower right. The 6 is in B8, and B8 should be the lower right corner of what is the upper left board of the playing area.

    Additionally the definition of the playing area as R-GG on 17 is correct, and thus the 17, itself (only), transported in the same way but to the upper left of its board.

    The set up zone is 6E1-6E10-38Z5-38Z10. This will form a perimeter line the Germans can set up on/north of (even though the two boards do not met an area is still defined by this line).
    As requested, here is the corrected shot of the map layout on the scenario card, and a VASL image to clarify the setup limitations for the Germans
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