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Gameplay summary[ edit ] You start the game by choosing a scenario. Scenarios are available from the manual, the Internet, or you can design your own. The terrain and starting positions are laid out according to the scenario. The battlefield is divided into three sections by two red dotted lines, giving each player a left flank, a center and a right flank section. You command your troops by playing a command card.
There are two types of command cards: Section cards and Tactic cards. These cards indicate in which section s of the battlefield you may order units and how many units you may order. Tactic cards allow you to make special moves, battle in a specific way or take special actions, as explained on the card.
In some scenarios, additional banners may be gained from the board map itself, for capturing and holding certain terrain hexes or battlefield objectives. Expansions and Promotional Figures[ edit ] Days of Wonder first planned to release a large expansion every six months and 1 or 2 small expansions every month.
The first expansion - Battlelore Epic - contains rules for large-scale battles and for multiplayer games of up to 6 people.
Epic Battlelore is played on two boards adjacent to each other forming one double-sided battlefield. It was first published as a set of rules available for download but in June it was published and sold with an extra board and tokens.
The second expansion, Call to Arms, contains rules to draft customized armies. Labelled as specialist-packs, they included new miniatures with unique rules and scenarios. Days of Wonder had planned for the Heroes of Battlelore expansion, to be released in  but the expansion was delayed when the game was sold to Fantasy Flight Games.
Fantasy Flight Games released the long-delayed Heroes expansion in October