An army is being convoyed, with a force of 2, into a coastal region where there is an opposing fleet. The opposing fleet(moving) is attempting to dislodge the convoy, with a force of 2. The convoying fleet is supported adequately so that it is not dislodged. Do the units bounce or does the army land successfully?
If the convoy is not dislodged, the army can use it as long as it has enough strength to enter the area.
The convoyed army lands successfully, dislodging the fleet, provided this description accurately resembles the problem:
A DEN - BEL convoyed by F NOR S
A HOL sup A DEN - BEL
F NWY sup F NOR S standing
F BEL - North Sea
F ENG C sup F BEL - NOR S
Since the convoying fleet is not dislodged, and the convoyed army arrives with greater force than the fleet defends with, the convoy is successful and F BEL is dislodged.
1The part at the bottom is incorrect. If A BUR S BEL and F BEL-NTH are both ordered, then the support order for BUR is invalid since BEL is moving. So there is no change to the adjudication in this case. May 17, 2020 at 1:50