Supporting is not an action that Units can do, but rather one of two related actions: Support Hold and Support Move. If a unit supports another unit holding or moving, that unit is more able to dislodge other units or not itself be dislodged. The power of a move or hold is the number of units involved, including the unit moving or holding. To move into a territory, its moving power must be greater than that of the unit holding in the territory or of other units attempting to move into the territory. Support is cancelled (cut) if another unit attempts to move into the territory of the unit providing the support, even if the unit is not dislodged.