Yes. There is my screenshot of the issue. My sentry warrior was on the tile labeled '1' at the start of turn 101 to be out of sight of the borders, and when turn 101 started I was on tile '1' and he the forest with the unit quantities I labeled at the time, and some (3?) workers. That was when I first saw the imminent invasion. The others had to have come from behind that initial tile (there was a cata or 2 behind it IIRC, but cannot say much without the save to refer to) I do not know how the moves were conducted after that until the situation which we are at now, but Caledorn has stated that they were moved each turn after reviewing the save files. There is no way they could have reached where they are now not moving both this turn and last turn, and we can see clearly that the main units have movement points left to use this turn. Ergo, they must have moved last turn like Caledorn stated that they had moved. How else would they have got there this turn with movement points? Initially I had thought that they had slow moved there, so I was confused when I saw full movement points for this turn. But now I scanned the game and with the road to the west of my warrior I didn't notice before (after pillaging the road on the tile I was on), and full movement point this turn for part of the stack I saw start of turn t101 they must have moved in that previous turn to reach there. It's all about the sentries! I had one on the other possible side he could attack from too.