so the rules hopefully spell this out...but the idea is you are the pergamene king, and you have a minor ally (army B)...you are vying for control of the med, but you have other rulers trying to expand as well. and all the while rome is growing in power, and on a course to fight all challengers.TheGrayMouser wrote:So to be clear
2 battles should be fought based on positioning in the chart ( ie everyone is issuing a challenge to the player directly below them
Thus I have completed my battle with ironclad, but need to have Kilroy issue me a challenge as he is above me
Then: the winner of each of those battles then fights that particular player using Rome So I currently am waiting for Ironclad to set up a challenge with him as Rome and me as Pergamene, he choses the terrain.
So you will play between 2-4 battles each round.
Is this right?
what happens next round and when do the "B" armies come into play?
so each engagement you face off against another Player...win or lose, you will fight this PLAYER again, if you won, your winning army will fight the same PLAYER who will defend as Rome. so with two engagements going on you will face each player twice, so you should be working to complete 4 battles in total against the 2 players.
Since the Pergamene army won, they advance on to face the romans led by Ironclad.
So IF YOU ALSO BEAT THE ROMANS, you will fight a new player in the next round using your army B for the first (and second if you win) battle. Ironclad, who represents the romans in this battle, will have the choice to use either army A or B when he meets the next Player in the new round..
does that make sense to everyone?