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Poprad Game
Ruleset: 17x17 (Tablut Rules More Pieces)

Game

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Summary

17x17 board with Tablut rules and more pieces.

Description

Tablut rules, with 40 pieces for the attackers and sixteen pieces plus the king for the defenders.

Rules

The central square is the castle, which cannot be entered by pieces or by the king once it has left. There are two sides: one with the king and sixteen pieces, another with 40 undifferentiated pieces. The king begins on the castle space, and his associated pieces are arranged with two pieces on each orthogonal side of the king. The opposing side is arranged on the sides of the board, one piece on each of the three central squares on each of the four sides, and one further piece on the next row in on the central square of the row. Pieces move orthogonally any number of squares. Pieces cannot jump. If a piece is caught between two opposing pieces, it is removed from play. A piece may also be captured by trapping it between an enemy piece and the castle. The king, when in the castle, can only be captured when surrounded on four sides. If it is in a space adjacent to one of the sides, it can be captured when the opponent surrounds it on the remaining three sides. Otherwise, it is captured like any other piece. If the king moves to the edge of the board, the player controlling the king wins. If the opposing side captures the king, they win.

Concepts

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Other Rulesets

Suggested rulesets
17x17 (Seega Rules) 17x17 board with Seega Rules.
17x17 (Kharebga Rules) 17x17 board with Kharbega rules.
17x17 (Tablut Rules) 17x17 board with Tablut Rules.
17x18 (Seega Rules) 17x18 board with Seega rules.
17x18 (Kharebga Rules) 17x18 board with Kharebga rules.

Identifiers

DLP.GameRulesets.1611

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