Alan Charlesworth wrote:Page 50 says that you remove Disorder at the end of your following turn. This means that if you receive Disorder in your opponents turn then it stays with you for your turn and comes off at the end. If however, you receive the disorder in your own turn it comes off at the end of your next turn. This was the way Steve Morgan played it at the demo game I took part in.
As you say you need a way to keep track of that.
With regard to a Charge becoming Disordered by terrain. I would regard the Disorder as applying at the end of the move. So the charge goes in but the attacker fights Disorded.
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