Organizing your party The first step is to decide how many levels the game will be. This determines the size of the battle. Players can spend levels on Characters and advantage cards up to the agreed-upon level total for the game. A standard game is Levels, but the best for beginners are games of levels to levels, which recreate small skirmishes.
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Organizing your party The first step is to decide how many levels the game will be. This determines the size of the battle. Players can spend levels on Characters and advantage cards up to the agreed-upon level total for the game.
A standard game is Levels, but the best for beginners are games of levels to levels, which recreate small skirmishes. For larger battles, you can play with or levels. Games with or more levels are true pitched battles between armies. The level cost of each character appears in the lower part of its character card. Three different factions are included in the first Saga: Light, Darkness, and Unaligned. Light and Darkness are opposing groups, so it is not possible to combine miniatures from those factions in the same party.
Unaligned characters are neutral and can be used in parties of any faction. Also, some characters belong to certain organization, like Samael, Church or Wissenschaft. If you want, you may compose a party using only characters from one organization. If this is the case, you can ignore the Light or Darkness factions as long as all your characters belong to the same organization.
You may also include Advantage cards as part of your force. Your total number of Advantage cards the start of play can never be greater than the total number of your starting characters.
Of course, planning a good party is more difficult than it appears, since you have to know how to combine the abilities and special abilities of each character to create the best tactic. How you go about this is up to you. Now, you set up the table where you are going to play. We recommend a play area of 48 inches by 48 inches, although if you like you can play on a different sized table. At this point, each player rolls a die and checks the following for the result: one Scenery feature, two Scenery features, and three Scenery features.
The combined results are the number of Scenery features that will be used in the game. Both players then roll again, with the high roller placing the first Scenery feature. Players alternate until all Scenery features have been placed. You just need a little imagination.
For example, a book can be a perfect hill, and a shoebox can be a building or a huge rock. Deploy your parties For a standard game, each player chooses his deployment zone as shown in Diagram I. Each player then rolls a die, with the lowest roller placing one of their Characters in their deployment zone first.
Players then alternate placing Characters into their deployment zones until all Characters are on the table. Place the Action counters and decide who takes the first action Put the Action counters on top of the character cards. That is, a character with Recovery 3 starts with 4 Actions.
Finally, each player rolls a die, with the high roller deciding who will act first. Now you are ready to begin!
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