We were playing a game of version 2 yesterday and seemed to get a bit confused about the interaction of orders and moral checks and hope you can clarify the rules a bit for us. We were using the orders optional rules which we think gives a good degree of chaos to the proceedings and stops the usual "radio control" effect of troop control that happens in many wargames rules. However we were a bit confused as to how these interacted with the morale option (which again give a bit of extra chaos which we like!) in that a brigade with attack orders which in this case was infantry " who must move to combat contact if capable of doing so." So we throw for morale to stop them shooting as they started within shooting range - fair enough as this was an issue with Napoleonic troops. In the main body of the rules this should stop them charging is this still true for troops subject to attack orders or should they take another morale test to try to move into combat contact?
What I think should happen is that troops with attack orders still need to throw to stop them shooting ( presuming they are in range) if they shoot they are not capable of charging. If they don't shoot they can charge but need to pass the morale check to do so. Is this consistent with what you intended?