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As per the rules (1993 standard Risk) on page 7 (emphasis mine): You are trying to collect sets of 3 cards in any of the following combinations: 3 cards of same design (Infantry, Cavalry, or Artillery) 1 each of 3 designs any 2 plus a “wild” card This is verified in the rules you posted: A set is made up of 3 cards with the same ...


I just realised that a set can also be 1 of each of the Insignias


The use for having more than one unit in a confrontation isn't for increased chances in the battle itself (as you stated in an answer), but for a more stable expansion after the battle. As I am sure you know, after a territory has been claimed, a chunk of the units in that battle move into the newly acquired territory up to leaving only one unit in the ...

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