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Hey all. I've been wanting to play a 3 player FFA with my friends and I'm just curious what special rules do you use?
For example, what about dispel dice? If you use the normal rules then everyone will dispel everything and no spells would be cast. And what about board setup? You'd have to set it up in an equal triangle right?
Any other special rules you guys use?
This was in WD a long time ago, so I'm a bit hazy over it. A triangle set up is often the best way.You would only be able to dispel spells that affect your own army. If it affects the third player, you can't use your dice on those spells. In the case of spells that don't target the enemy such as Invocation of Nehek, Steed of Shadows or comet of cassandora one player would would have to say "I'm going to attempt to dispel that" (preferably with no shenanigans, but that's up to you ).For example, what about dispel dice?
I think the convention for going first was - it goes clockwise from whoever won the dice roll (it may even be an idea to dice off each turn, too).
Having an army and not owning a rulebook is like owning a car with no steering wheel.Originally Posted by amishcellphone
Hmm I've tried this before, but it doesn't really work. It always ends up with two of the players gaining up on the best one, then the person out of those two who contributed less to the fighting has more warriors alive and can kill the remaining one. That's what always happens when I try anyway. :rolleyes:
4 players allied or not I find is much more fun.
"Well... that hurt" - Vampire Jon Skellan (Mannfred's right hand man) after being beaten up, falling down an underground waterfall and being impaled by a stalactite.
Or you could set up some 2 on 1 battles (2 * 1K armies vs a 2K for instance)
That way you have a fairer 3-player game. You just have to think up some
reasons why 2 of the armies are allied ...