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Fleet control

Sun Jan 03, 2016 6:30 pm

Is there any point in using drag and drop with fleets instead of using missions?

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Fri Mar 25, 2016 9:25 pm

Anyone?

EDIT: I checked the manual again. You do have to move fleets before giving orders. But what then is the purpose of the "in port" order?

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Sat Mar 26, 2016 12:03 am

In Port ensures that they are back in port and available for repairs/reinforcements for the next turn or interphase. There may be occasions where a fleet with any move order could be intercepted and so remain at sea at turn's end but the In Port mission seems to prevent this from happening. Most useful after a battle or before an interphase begins. Also fleets must be sent to or already at sea when using a Convoy mission but need not be dragged and dropped to the port where the debarkation is intended.

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Sat Mar 26, 2016 1:51 am

Random wrote:In Port ensures that they are back in port and available for repairs/reinforcements for the next turn or interphase. There may be occasions where a fleet with any move order could be intercepted and so remain at sea at turn's end but the In Port mission seems to prevent this from happening. Most useful after a battle or before an interphase begins. Also fleets must be sent to or already at sea when using a Convoy mission but need not be dragged and dropped to the port where the debarkation is intended.

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This makes sense. Thanks.

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