Say you have 2 teams on one side of a conflict and one team on the other side (in this case it was a team of 2 mice vs two teams of two weasels each – would’ve been 3 mice, but we were down a player and decided it’d still be fun with things stacked against us).
Anyhow, when do you declare your target?
Also, what if we have a case like:
Weasels Team 1: Feint
Weasels Team 2: Defend
If the mice decide to pit their feint vs team 2’s defend, where does that leave the other team of weasels?
Typing this out and thinking about it again, I think I may have answered my own question. So, here’s my interpretation:
T2 doesn’t get to roll, because the mice used Feint. Say they roll their dice and get 3 successes, that’s 3 taken off the weasel’s disposition. At the same time, the other team rolls their feint. Say they get 4 successes, that’s one more than the mice got, so they knock 1 off the mice’s disposition.
What about scenario 2:
Weasels T1: Feint
Weasels T2: Attack
Does this mean T2 rolls their attack (let’s say 2 successes), the mice try to defend, let’s say 4 successes (thereby gaining 2 disposition back), while T1 feints the mice getting only 2 successes. Now, since T1 feinted, against the mice’s defend, is that 2 off of disposition?
Lastly, what about:
Can the mice pit their defend against T2’s defend, so they’re both making independent tests, while T1 gets their uncontested feint?