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I apologize if this has been answered somewhere else (and hopefully I didn’t overlook it in the rule book) but during the movement phase are we supposed to move 5 individuals, 4 individuals, 2 individuals? Or can I, for example, choose to move one player 5 times?
the sequence is:
Attacking team makes five moves
Defending team makes four moves
Attacking team makes two more, but a maximum of two hexes each.
you cannot move the same player more than one during a movement phase, otherwise you’d be able to dribble one player from one end of the pitch to the other in one move.
It’s actually 4 attacking; 5 defending; 2 attacking (max. 2 hexes) – but everything else Matt says is true 🙂
Thank you both!
This is what I assumed. And I realized afterwards that I had the sequence numbers wrong haha. I was playing with my dad and he had someone with 6 dribbling and took it all the way to the goal because I couldn’t prove that he wasn’t supposed to do that. Now we know 🙂
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