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'''Bogging''' happens when a vehicle has become mired in soft ground to such an extent that it cannot move. The vehicle is said to be '''bogged'''. Bogged vehicles risk [[immobilization]].
 
'''Bogging''' happens when a vehicle has become mired in soft ground to such an extent that it cannot move. The vehicle is said to be '''bogged'''. Bogged vehicles risk [[immobilization]].
   
A bogged vehicle cannot move. It displays a “Bogged” text on its [[unit panel]]. Its [[move command]]s remain intact, and it will continue performing them as soon as it becomes un-bogged. Bogged units attempt to un-bog themselves automatically, which will usually succeed after a minute or two. However, there is a significant chance for each bogging event to turn into [[immobilization]]. This chance seems to vary with the terrain: it has been observed as roughly 1 in 10 in mud, but perhaps as high as 75% at road edges.
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A bogged vehicle cannot move. It displays a “Bogged” text on its [[unit panel]]. Its [[move command]]s remain intact, and it will continue performing them as soon as it becomes un-bogged. Bogged units attempt to un-bog themselves automatically, which will usually succeed after a minute or two. However, there is a significant chance (roughly, 1 in 10) for each bogging event to turn into [[immobilization]].
   
 
As of CMBN 1.01, immobilizations from bogging seems to happen at a high rate. However, no exact details of the bogging system and subsequent immobilization are known. Here is what can be gleaned from the manual:
 
As of CMBN 1.01, immobilizations from bogging seems to happen at a high rate. However, no exact details of the bogging system and subsequent immobilization are known. Here is what can be gleaned from the manual:
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