If you rush and move to close range on the same turn, three possibilities;
1) they have already attempted disengage on their previous turn and your movement would provoke a reflexive retreat which would in turn provoke your reflexive advance, resulting in being close range.
2) they don't bother moving or fail to disengage, you stay in close range.
3) on their next turn they disengage, succeed at disengage moving hem to short, this provokes your advance which in turn provokes heir additional retreat, you end in short range....
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Just adding my voice to those congratulating the new developers. Seems I've been away from the forum for just a little bit and everything happened while I wasn't looking. :P
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