# General Principles

## The Most Important Rule

When playing a complex game there are going to be occasions where a situation is not covered by the rules, or a rule does not seem quite right. When that is the case use common sense and personal preference to resolve the situation.

If you and your opponent cannot agree on how to solve a situation, use the following method in the interest of time. Roll one die. On a result of 1-3 player A decides, and on a result of 4-6 player B decides. This decision then applies for the rest of the match, and once the game is over you can continue to discuss the finer details of the rules.

## Scale Conventions

This game was written to be played with 28mm heroic-scale miniatures in mind, which are mounted on round bases. These bases come in various sizes, and we recommend that you always mount miniatures on the bases they come with. Here are some general guidelines for base sizes:

• Agents: 20mm to 40mm
• Large Beasts, Constructs: 60mm

Note that the base size that you use doesn’t matter, as long as you keep base sizes consistent across all models.

## Dice

To play the game you are going to need some six-sided dice, which we will refer to as D6. Depending on how many models you are playing with, we recommend having at least 10 to 20 dice to keep things fast.

Additionally, we recommend having dice of multiple colors so that you can combine them for faster rolling. Whenever a unit is using multiple weapons, you can use different colors for each weapon, and then roll them all at once.

Sometimes the rules will refer to different types of dice, for example D3, 2D6 and D6+1. There are many types of dice, but the notation remains the same, so just apply the following explanations to all types of weird dice you come across.

• D3: To use these dice, simply roll a D6 and halve the result, rounding up.
• 2D6: To use these dice, simply roll two D6 and sum the results of both dice.
• D6+1: To use these dice, simply roll a D6 and add 1 to the result.

## Re-Rolls

Whenever a rule tells you to re-roll a dice result, simply pick up the number of dice you have to re-roll, and roll them again. The result of the second roll is the final result, even if it’s worse than the first. A die roll may only be re-rolled once, regardless of how many rules apply to it.