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Jeffrey D Myers
"Always rely upon a happy mind alone." Geshe Chekhawa.
Nice game, Tom, but have a question for you.
When exactly can combat take place? Do you have to move your two characters and then execute combat? Or, can you execute combat and then move?
Thanks, Jeff. I'm glad you've enjoyed it.
Players cannot move after combat. This is primarily to deal with the timing issues, which can be somewhat critical in the game, so it's; "Declare all your attacks, move (2 pieces), resolve attacks." Of course, it's possible to declare attacks that do not require movement to complete their attacks, in which case you can declare an attack, move 2 unrelated pieces, then resolve the attacks.
If you want to play with a house rule that allows you to move after an attack IF you have movement left over, I don't have an issue with that, and most of the time I don't think it'll cause a problem. I was trying to make the system straightforward enough that nobody could argue about it!