Rear Guard

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| img  = [[Image:Std_unit_allied_fifty_idle.gif|Fifty is a unit not to place at the front line]]
 
| img  = [[Image:Std_unit_allied_fifty_idle.gif|Fifty is a unit not to place at the front line]]
 
| fx  = Allows a unit to stay at the back of the fight
 
| fx  = Allows a unit to stay at the back of the fight
| ex  = [[Fifty]], [[Officer]], [[Bazooka]], [[Sniper]]
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| ex  = [[Fifty]], [[Officer]], [[Bazooka]]
| desc = A rear guard units are usually weapon systems or soldiers whose main role is not to be in the thick of the fight but to stay behind and perform their duties from a safe distance. Important soldiers or long range/indirect weapon systems usually have this particularity. When adequately protected by more mobile units these soldiers or weapon systems are usually the straw that breaks the enemy's back. This type of unit is usually a moderate challenge for commanders since proper management of the battle space must be achieved to ensure the safety of such units. Rear guards are also useful taking out [[Brandenburger]]s before they can ruin your fortifications and most likely, your game with it.
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| desc = A rear guard units are usually weapon systems or soldiers whose main role is not to be in the thick of the fight but to stay behind and perform their duties from a safe distance. Important soldiers or long range/indirect weapon systems usually have this particularity. When adequately protected by more mobile units these soldiers or weapon systems are usually the straw that breaks the enemy's back. This type of unit is usually a moderate challenge for commanders since proper management of the battle space must be achieved to ensure the safety of such units. Such unit when engaged by direct fire have minimal chances of survival compared to conventional elements. Rear guards are also useful taking out [[brandenburger]]s
These units are usually extremely weak in the frontline, as other units are able to fight back in range instead of for example the Officer's weak pistol. They can fight at melee the same, however it is recommended you keep these units away from the frontline, or place them in a [[bunker]] or a [[pillbox]] so at least they won't be instantly shot by more experienced [[1st SS Leibstandarte|German footmen]].
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Latest revision as of 02:23, 22 March 2016

Fifty is a unit not to place at the front line
NameRear Guard.
EffectAllows a unit to stay at the back of the fight
Example(s)Fifty, Officer, Bazooka
DescriptionA rear guard units are usually weapon systems or soldiers whose main role is not to be in the thick of the fight but to stay behind and perform their duties from a safe distance. Important soldiers or long range/indirect weapon systems usually have this particularity. When adequately protected by more mobile units these soldiers or weapon systems are usually the straw that breaks the enemy's back. This type of unit is usually a moderate challenge for commanders since proper management of the battle space must be achieved to ensure the safety of such units. Such unit when engaged by direct fire have minimal chances of survival compared to conventional elements. Rear guards are also useful taking out brandenburgers
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