Each unit has one potential action each phase. But each year has five phases:
- Spring movement
- Spring disband/retreat (if needed)
- Fall movement
- Fall disband/retreat (if needed)
- Build/break (if needed)
Dislodged units (normally) still cut support. Because they cut support in the movement phase and are dislodged in the retreat/disband phase. There are a few exceptions where support is not cut, but that is not for this setting.
In this case, we have 6 units with their orders:
Let's first check the support orders:
- Turkey: A lvn Supports A mos -> stp. This support is cut because of (A pru -> lvn).
- Germany: A sil Supports A war -> pru This suport succeeds.
Next the moves.
- Turkey: A mos -> stp (unsupported so strength 1, fails because A stp holds with strength 1).
- England: A stp Holds (succeeds)
- England: A pru -> lvn (move fails, but still cuts support)
- Germany: A war -> pru (supported strength 2 so the move succeeds).
The failed orders are shown below:
Now it is time for retreats/disbands
- England: A pru is dislodged and can only move to Berlin.
This is the relevant quote from the rules:
A unit being dislodged by one province can still cut support in another province. Just as a unit being dislodged by one province can still cause a standoff in another, a unit still manages to cut support even if it’s dislodged. Just make sure that the dislodgment isn’t coming from the province where the unit is giving support. (Remember this rule: A dislodged unit, even with support, has no effect on the province that dislodged it.)