Port Control Matrix (proof please?)

Alan Eshelman

Jul 21, 2020
Des Moines, Iowa, USA
I feel like I'm yelling into the void here, but will try anyway :D

In an effort to better understand the rules to this game, I am rewriting parts of them and trying to boil them down a bit. Port Control is very wordy in the manuals (v1 is actually clearer to me than the v4 manual on this topic), so I tried to turn it into a control matrix. Can anyone confirm this matrix is correct, or suggest changes if not?

The basic idea... Your forces in blue on the left, enemy forces in red across the top. Ports are either controlled by the enemy, by you, or neither. Matrix points that shouldn't be possible are filled with "--"

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