Do newly reclaimed units follow rally orders? As in, with reclamation more effective now, am I right to think that if I beachhead a world and I'm using nanoswarms I might want to build a stationary rally post with an frd order to use the reclaimed units as extra suicide troops? Or is there a simpler way to get reclaimed units into FRD mode automatically?
I think the logic is as thus:
If there is a rally point (either type) on the planet they were reclaimed on, they will normal move to it (and in the case of a redirector rally post, this implies following the order it gives). IIRC, that can be turned off by a control option)
Failing that, if there is a non-engineer ship with repair capabilities (like MRSs or fortresses) on that planet, they will normal move to that, and then move back to where they were once fully repaired. IIRC, both the move there and the move back can be turned off via control options as well.
Failing that, they will simply sit in place where they were reclaimed, following normal idle logic for that unit type. (which may imply moving to a regen chamber for younglings, or going into FRD if on an allied planet with the auto-FRD control turned on)