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Panzer Corps 2 Cheats

Panzer Corps 2

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Retreat and Surrender:
Land-based units that suffer devastating non-ranged attacks that kill 66% of 
their unsuppressed strength will attempt to retreat immediately following the 
attack unless they are currently entrenched to a level greater than their base 
entrenchment on that hex. Units will attempt to retreat in a direction away 
from the attacker and may retreat multiple hexes to reach safety. However, 
retreat comes with a cost: any movement points that the unit uses retreating 
will not be available for the unit to use in its own next turn. Units cannot 
enter their transports when retreating (although the transport will not be 
lost). If a unit cannot retreat, whether due to running out of next turn’s 
movement points or having nowhere to go, it will surrender instead. 
When a unit surrenders, the attacker is rewarded with prestige equal to the 
value of the surviving part of the surrendering unit.

Note: In addition to being unable to retreat into tiles occupied by other 
units or impassable terrain, units will try to avoid retreating into an 
enemy’s zone of control.

Some types of units, in particular tanks, artillery and anti-tank and anti-air 
guns can be ‘captured’ when they surrender. Captured equipment is saved, and 
if enough of it is accumulated it is possible to build new units using the 
enemy’s weapons in the Purchase Screen. To do this, you need to capture enough 
strength points of equipment to form a new 10-strength unit (for instance, if 
you wanted a German KV-2 unit, you would need to force the surrender of ten 
strength points’ worth of KV-2s from the Red Army, which would likely require 
the surrender of several KV-2 units). Such units require the surrender of more 
of that type of equipment in order to receive replacements.

A further special case of retreats exists when a ship in a port is attacked 
by an infantry or tank unit. If able to, the ship will flee the port, and if 
it has nowhere to go it will be scuttled (destroyed) instead.

Rivers and Bridging Units:
Rivers are a common terrain obstacle that pose significant challenges for a player 
on the offensive. There are two types of rivers in the game: minor and major rivers.

Minor rivers can be crossed by units, but the process takes several turns and can 
seriously hamper an offensive. To cross a minor river, a unit must begin its turn 
on a hex directly adjacent to the river, and entering the river hex will use up the 
unit’s entire move. The next turn, the unit will be able to move freely onto either 
bank of the river.

Major rivers, represented by much wider rivers on the map, are completely impassable 
to most ground units unless they have frozen over. There are two exceptions to these 
rules: bridges and bridging units. Road bridges exist wherever a road or railroad 
crosses over a river tile. Units can travel across the bridges just like any other 
road (or in the case of a railroad, as if the river were merely not there), making 
them the easiest way to cross a river. Beware however that the other bank of a river 
will often be most heavily defended near bridges.

Bridge engineers and vehicles are special units that allow other units to cross the 
river as if a bridge existed over it. To use them, a bridging unit, such as the 
German Brückenpioniere, must occupy a river hex. Other units then move “through” 
that unit to access the other bank of the river. When the bridge unit is moved off 
the river, the hex it once occupied will no longer count as a bridge. If you have a 
spare core slot, it may be a good idea to split your bridge units to form two units, 
and thus two bridges.

Note: It may be a good idea to keep a bridging unit or two in your reserves, to be 
activated if a scenario with large rivers is encountered. Although they will be 
provided as auxiliaries if required to win a scenario, many maps can be more easily 
completed by using bridge engineers.

Units that occupy river hexes, except for bridging units, suffer major combat 
penalties, especially against units on either bank. It is often wise to find another 
direction from which to launch an attack rather than charging straight across the river.
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