Pocket-Tactics: Asterion

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Pocket-Tactics: Asterion by dutchmogul Dec 11, 2014
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Asterion, the Minotaur from Greek mythology, is finally here to throw a beat-down on your Pocket-Tactics opponents. This heavy-hitting mercenary unit can be added to any existing force or side boarded for a hefty sum of 23 points. You can find the revised Pocket-Tactics rules, here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:586240

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I've made a tweak to the rules of the Minotaur that seem to be fun, though a lot more complex than other units.
The Minotaur is a random, free actor not controlled by either player. He only comes in to play if one of his labyrinth tiles is on the board. He is a mythic beast, and may lose many a battle before being truly vanquished.

1 marked Labyrinth tile is thrown in the bag with all the other tiles. Two marked labyrinth tiles are set aside.
During map generation, if the marked labyrinth tile is drawn, roll a dice.
1: place marked labyrinth tile
2: place two marked labyrinth tiles adjacent to each other
3: place three marked labyrinth tiles adjacent to each other
4: draw another tile and place marked Labyrinth tile back in the bag.
5-6: discard labyrinth tile and play as normal
If the labyrinth tile is the last tile, discard and play as normal.

If a marked labyrinth tile is on the board the following rules apply.
Minotaur is a free actor. Players cannot control movement of the Minotaur.

When any character from either player enters any labyrinth tile, roll a dice.
1: Player is immediately attacked by Minotaur. Minotaur dice are rolled by opposing player.
2-6: Player is safe from the Minotaur

If a character is within any labyrinth at the start of their turn, roll a dice.
1-2: Player is immediately attacked by Minotaur. Minotaur dice are rolled by opposing player.
3-6: Player is safe from the Minotaur

When Minotaur loses a battle, roll a dice.
1: Minotaur rules unaltered. The Minotaur Lives!
2-5: Minotaur removed from play for one full turn for each player.
6: Minotaur is vanquished, removed from play entirely.

I love it! Hell yeah, that's a great variant.

not sure how I missed this one; pretty nice, this model is going straight into my Warhammer Quest box, he'll fit perfectly right next to Reaper Miniatures' Minotaur of the Maze.