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When does one move their turn marker?
After all their models have had an action for a turn, or any time a turnover occurs?
If it's the latter, then this could be a really short game with no scoring depending on how unlucky both players are.
You move your turn counter at the start of your turn ie before any actions have been taken
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Yeah, you move your turn marker before starting any actions on your turn. And turnovers do end your turn. So you can have really short turns. Played a dwarf vs dwarf game once, the ball wasn't more than 2 squared from the middle of the board until turn 7 or the second half. Game ended 1-0 of course.
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The turn counter moves before you activate a single player. Essentially it should be the very first thing you do in your turn. Your opponent is allowed to call an illegal procedure if you don't, which could cost you a re-roll or force a turnover.
I play in a local league called the HEBBF and that is the only thing that an Illegal Procedure can be called on. Strangely enough it doesn't happen too often now.
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