Any battle in which both sides have commanders present is called a "kick" .
If 1 or both sides includes a main army, the term "drop" is often used instead of kick.
Short versions like kicker, capkicker , maindrop and such are also in use.
So we can say things like :
"we kicked them with SF" , "they dropped main on us" , "capkicker up. please make it big" and plenty more variations.
Some special kinds of kick/drop are also used :
ally kick - this means the 2 countries involved in the batlle are allied
capital kick : kick a capital city
kick allied capital : kick the capital of a country you are allied with
Check the other topics of this category for details about when such kicks are allowed or forbiddden.
As this is a wargame , drops and kicks are expected to happen.
SFs, drops, kicks etc with the intent to hurt specific players for non-strategic reasons are FORBIDDEN however.
The part of the Faq that deals with Philcoting should give you an idea what is and isn't allowed.
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