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    Intercepted general on double block

    Maybe someone can help me understand a (possibly) strange behavior on a double block.

    For the Valiant Little Tailor adventure, on the 3rd sector leader, I am using Polymer block, slightly modified for MMA usage. Somehow, on the last two runs, the block was a bit too tight (i.e. the blocked camp started the count-down but, fortunately, the count-down of the main camp completed first) so I thought of trying to send an initial 1R suicide (tavern) general to give few more seconds to the block. However, the block 'failed' (the MMA got intercepted) and I'm not sure I understand why...

    The event order, as I remember (and seen in the system log below) was as follows:

    - First 1R general enters the blocked camp and starts the attack,
    - Second block general enters camp,
    - MMA general (first suicide attack on the leader camp) enters the control area,
    - I would think the second block general got to the center of the camp,
    - First 1R block general loses the battle and exit the camp,
    - MMA gets intercepted,
    - Second block general starts the attack...

    At this point, I called off the Major attack... once the block camp was killed the MMA continued to the leader camp but I lost most of the block units.

    [09:29] System: Your general is attacking!
    [09:30] System: Your army lost a battle and is retreating!
    [09:30] System: Your general has been intercepted!
    [09:30] System: Your general is attacking!


    Any ideas or suggestions are welcome.

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    The camp that you are blocking will intercept generals in its influence area when the 1R block ends and before the second block starts.

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    Thank you.
    Last edited by Scorilo303; 24.02.16 at 12:35.

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    Is there an order of priority for fast gen attacks cause i've now had a situation happen twice on CLT. send BHG1, BHG2 then MG to a single camp approx 2 secs apart. BHG1 attacks and loses (as planned), then instead of BHG2 attacking next, the MG hits and loses. What am i missing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Durin_d View Post
    The camp that you are blocking will intercept generals in its influence area when the 1R block ends and before the second block starts.
    I have tried before as a test, that I made 2 1R generals hit camp, during the battle attack general will cross the camp red area, and the general passed , the 2x 1R generals attack started the attack after each others without intercept the general that was crossing the red area when first 1R battle ended, no idea is it random or something else like issue happened because of lag?.

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