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karoath
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 15, 2005 12:26 am GMT    Post subject: Number of Dragons Reply with quote

The rules state to bring one dragon minimum plus one per 24 points. Does this mean bring an additional dragon for every part of 24 points or for each complete 24 points? In other words, if the force size is 36 points, would each player bring 1 dragon or 2 dragons? I've been curious about this. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 15, 2005 12:47 am GMT    Post subject: Reply with quote

rules wrote:
You must bring one dragon (of any color) to the game, regardless of how small the total force size you
are playing, up to 24 health points. For every additional 24 health points in your forces (rounded up), you
must bring another dragon (again, of any color).


.....which means that you have to bring 1 Dragon per "started" 24 points of total army health (pointed out by "rounded up" in the rules).
Up to 24hp = 1 Dragon
25 to 48hp = 2 Dragons
49 to 72hp = 3 Dragons

If you should ever play more than 60hp armies, then comply with that calculation.
So if Robert will ever challenge us with his 154hp-Pelter-only-army Shocked we will have to bring 7 dragons to the game! (144hp = 6 dragons, plus another one for the following 10 points). Laughing
Well, in that case the attack wouldn't be called missile attack anymore, it will rather be a meteor swarm attack! Laughing Laughing Laughing
(I really wouldn't like to be sitting in that targeted army! Shocked )
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 15, 2005 5:20 am GMT    Post subject: Reply with quote

For the three most common tournament sizes:

24-health -> 1 dragon
36-health -> 2 dragons
60-health -> 3 dragons

Note that for all games unless very specifically stated otherwise the number of Dragonlords/Dragonmasters (of each color)/Dragonslayers/Dragonhunters (of each color), is limited to the number of dragons. So in a 60-health game, you could bring at most 3 black Dragonmasters. You could for a 60-health game have all Dragonmasters, but it would have to be 3 of each of the 5 colors.
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 15, 2005 1:05 pm GMT    Post subject: Reply with quote

Just for fun let me add this. Back when I still had the PC Dragon Dice™ game. I would set 4 armies of 120 health on each other and intentionally set it up so all Dragons were the same 28 Dragons vs. one Heavy Melee army.
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