Hi Martin - two questions on disengagement as follows;
1. Can an engaged unit that is charged to the front declare a disengagement ?
"A unit that has already had a charge declared against it may not declare a disengagement since it will already have declared a charge response and so is the subject of a compulsory move"
However, a unit already engaged in combat "it does not declare a charge response".
So, can the engaged unit, once all the charges and reactions have been declared then declare their disengagement.
As the disengaging troops are moved before the chargers they can usually choose to outdistance them. But I need to check that this is the correct interpretation.
2. If a unit disengages can the unit it was fighting move or do they remain stationary recovering their order ?
I know they can't pursue but just wanted to check whether they could retire or change formation.