Does the line
If your unit is not Engaged but begins its Turn within 1” of an Enemy unit, it may still move freely as long as it ends its Turn no closer to the Enemy unit than where it began.
- mean that units which start the turn Engaged may NOT use this ability to manouvre and move when there are enemies closer to it than 1" (since the line specifies “not Engaged”)? This would mean there is a sharp divide in the freedom of movement between units who start their turn in melee and units who start their turn outside of melee.
(edit: yes, the above was the correct answer)
2) or does the use of not Engaged refer to the same unit which it starts nearby, in effect: “If your unit begins its Turn within 1” of an Enemy unit which it is not Engaged with", meaning it always applies, in all cases (with Withdraw being the only exception as that has been specifically stated as the intention)
(edit: marked as spoiler because it was the wrong answer)
edit: In other words, the following move is NOT possible: