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Subject: A couple of questions about fur and combat... rss

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Leonardo Martino
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for every fur I can save one dino??? Is it on my whole tribe (I have newest edition), or is for every single territory?
 
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Re: how does fur work?
Each fur enables one added dino to survive in a place that is too cold.
 
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Re: how does fur work?
dklx3 wrote:
Each fur enables one added dino to survive in a place that is too cold.


ok so how does it work if I have 2 dinos in 2 too cold spaces, one dino in each space, and I have only one fur? The math is for each space or the whole number of spaces?

In the example one dino dies or no dinos die?

 
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Re: how does fur work?
It traps warm air close to the skin.
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Re: how does fur work?
kalevi1999 wrote:
dklx3 wrote:
Each fur enables one added dino to survive in a place that is too cold.


ok so how does it work if I have 2 dinos in 2 too cold spaces, one dino in each space, and I have only one fur? The math is for each space or the whole number of spaces?

In the example one dino dies or no dinos die?



Only 1 dino can be in each space, so if you have 2 dinos, they must be in two different spaces.

If you have 1 fur and 2 dinos that are each in a (different) cold space, then one of the dinos will survive the cold and the other will die.

The amount of fur genes is the total amount of dinos that can survive the cold on any given turn.
 
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Re: how does fur work?
caadamec wrote:
It traps warm air close to the skin.


Were the dinos warm blooded?
 
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Re: how does fur work?
Oops, and also.. the fur only works in geography that is ONE STEP colder. If the space is two or more steps too cold, fur is no help.
 
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Re: how does fur work?
dklx3 wrote:
Oops, and also.. the fur only works in geography that is ONE STEP colder. If the space is two or more steps too cold, fur is no help.


Right, but for the sake of clarity: these spaces are not considered "cold", they are considered "deadly" and nothing will protect you in these spaces.
 
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Re: how does fur work?
lordrahvin wrote:
caadamec wrote:
It traps warm air close to the skin.


Were the dinos warm blooded?


Yup, but they have feathers
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Re: how does fur work?
How does combat works?

New rules say that the only way to enter an occupied space is by combat. Combat I'm told costs one movement point. I just dont get what happen if a dino wins a combat: moves in the now empty space for free or does he have to spend another movement in point in order to move inside the empty space?

Rules to me are a little unclear about that...

Thanks Leonardo

ps
I edited title of topic...
 
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Rules are quite clear. If you win the combat, your dino moves in for no additional movement point, and if you lose, then your dino stays where itis, and effectively you have wasted 1 movement point.
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kalevi1999 wrote:
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I edited title of topic...
But why? It seems that you had given the thread a wonderful, concise and informative title that might be helpful to others as well – and which seems to have inspired significant response and contributions. Why later pollute that with the dreaded "a couple of questions" part? (Always makes me shudder in a thread title.) You can create more than one thread, you know.

Anyway, regarding your new and unrelated question, it is as explained by Heishiro1976.

kalevi1999 wrote:
Combat I'm told costs one movement point.
Not really. Combat (under both 2001 and 2011 EVO rules) is just an automatic consequence of movement when the destination space happens to be already occupied. (You can't choose to attack somebody and then not move into his space if you win.)
 
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