Step 1: Gather Pieces
Step 2: Troops
The following steps will give you stats and information about the piece.
Step 3: Pawns
Weakness: knights -d1
Step 4: Bishops
Step 5: Knights
Weakness: bishops -D5
Step 6: Queens
Step 7: Rules of Movement, Attack and Defense
The speed stat represents how far you can move eg:
Movement distance: 3cm
Attacking the opponent depends on if you hit the target or not and if you do does it cause damage? So here is some examples:
A pawns attack stat is 3 so he must roll a 3 or more.
A bishops attack is 4 so he must roll a 2 or more.
A knights and queens attack is 5 so they must roll a 1 or more.
The first roll ensures that you have hit the target then you must roll a second time to cause damage.
If the opponent achieves both rolls successfully
You must roll to see if your armor saves your
Roll to save: 4+
The formula for attacking and defending is the same: subtract 6 by the stat shown.
Step 8: Advantage Points
Kings show free advantage points and rooks show taken advantage points, if you own a advantage point then all troops in a 14cm radius have +1 bonuses in the attack and defense stats.