- Civilians are non-combatant models that can be moved by one or more player models. Civilians have no orders and do not have an active turn.
- Civilians are always reactive during any player turn and only react in base to base contact (unless the scenario states otherwise)
- Models with the Civvie skill can be Neutral or Hostile. Hostile Civvie models are hostile toward all players unless the scenario modifies this.
- Civvies can be synchronized with a player’s troop (allowing the player to move the civilian model).
- To Synchronize a player model with a Civvie, the two models must be in base to base contact and a single short skill is spent to succeed at a WIP-3 (if Neutral) or WIP -6 (if Hostile) skill check.
- If the Synchronize skill check roll is successful, the Civilian is synchronized with the player model. Civilians synchronized never perform attacks and do not have G:Remote Presence (which means they would have to perform guts checks if they survive being attacked).
- If the Synchronize skill check roll is unsuccessful and the Civilian is Neutral, the Civilian disengages from the player model and flees 2 inches in a dispersion roll direction (pointing the 1 at the center of the board).
- If the Synchronize skill check roll is unsuccessful and the Civilian is Hostile, the Civilian will attack the model attempting to synchronize with it. The civilian rolls a normal (unopposed) Close Combat roll, applying Damage (PH-2) if successful.
- Based on the scenario, sometimes the players will not know whether or not the civilian is Neutral or Hostile at the start of the game. The temperament of the civilian cannot be deduced until the player is in base to base contact with the civilian.
- Player models cannot Synchronize with more than 2 Civvie models.
- Killing a civilian means losing victory points equal to 20% of the total army size of the army who killed him. For example a player with a 200 point army would loose 40 Victory Points if they kill a civilian.
|Even the Tohaa Diplomatic Delegate Could be a Civilian|
5 civilian delegates exist on the board. The center civilian is Hostile, all other civilians are Neutral. Max game length: 3 turns.
|Civilian Placement in the Rescue the Delegates Mission|
- +1 point for each delegate you have in your deployment zone
- +2 points if you have more delegates than your opponent
- -1 point for each O12 banned weapon fired in the zone of control or at the zone of control of an O12 civilian (i.e. virus ammunition)
- -3 points for killing a delegate
- +1 points for killing 50% of your opponent’s points and not put your opponent into retreat.
- +2 points for killing enough models to put your opponent in retreat
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