All the tables you’ll need to play will be on one or two pages. After about three turns, you’ll have them memorized.
The Reaction System - How it works
Traditional games use the IGO UGO system. I take my turn, move, shoot, and melee while you stand still and watch. Then you take your turn and I stand still and watch. Not too realistic. That’s why we invented the Reaction System back in 2001.We roll to see who moves first.
Here’s how the Reaction System works.
Each side starts out of sight of each other.
We move into sight and see each other.
We roll on the Action Table.
The winner on the Action Table can shoot first.
When the winner shoots either it hits or misses the target.
If it hits, the winner rolls to see if the target takes damage or Ducks Back out of sight.
But if it misses the target immediately fires back.
Shooting continues until one side takes damage or Ducks Back Out of sight.
When you shoot either I or miss the target.
When I hit I roll to see if the target takes damage or Ducks Back out of sight.
After all shooting and melees are over, any side that takes a casualty rolls to see if they stay in the fight.
If both sides remain in the fight, the loser on the Action Table can now act.
The process continues until only one side remains in the fight.
The big thing is you immediately get to react to what I do, during my turn, just like in real life.