Recovery management is a key element of Ruins of… It is what will allow the characters to stand out and thus accomplish feats that will remain etched in memories.Lire la suite
During his game turn, a character can spend 1 AP to place himself on alert and end his game turn. He can now try to react according to the actions of his opponents.Lire la suite
During his game turn, each unengaged fighter can devote up to 2 actions to shoot with what he is holding in his hand, be it a stone, a dagger, a skull or other.Lire la suite
Each fighter, during his initiative, can spend up to 2 actions to attack an engaged opponent with his melee weapons.
The lowest character on the initiative track makes its attack or defense test first. The order is important because it influences the results during doubles.
Arkhus Vordon accepted Thakok-An’s proposal without thinking about the consequences and thus sealed the fate of his lineage.Lire la suite
Few on Athas measure the scope and extent of Thakok-an’s decision. When she appeared to the survivors who had returned to the destroyed …Lire la suite
The current village of Walis is mainly known for the exploitation of its gold mine by the merchant house Tomblador (or Ardian) according to the sources. It is said that …Lire la suite
During his turn, and for each consecrated action, a character can move …Lire la suite
Each character can perform up to 3 actions per turn. A maximum of 2 actions can be identical. Thus, a character will be able to …Lire la suite
Each character has 3 Action Points (AP), symbolized by tokens, which are collected at the start of each turn. A character can only perform the same action twice during his game turn.Lire la suite