Explain how a leader can be eliminated

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Comment by Nicolas Eskubi on April 18, 2009 at 3:18pm
Thanks Greg, I try top do the best with the english but I am a disaster!!
Comment by Greg Blanchett on April 18, 2009 at 11:59am
Just a FYI... Instead of the run-on sentence, how about the following: Haupt. Kaufmann moves to hex 209. All of Capt. Vasey's company may fire on the enemy because the components are all adjacent. The sum of all FF is 25 (6+6+6+7). Rolling 2d6 results in a "5". Looking at the "24" column (because there is no "25") on the Combat Chart we get a result of "8".

Of course, we get the jist of it anyway... :-)

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