Random Direct Action Operations Mission

Quadrant Control

Table Configuration: A.
Special Rules: Quadrants (ZO), Dominate ZO, INTELCOM Card (Support and Control), DataTracker, Dominant DataTracker.


» Dominate the same number of Quadrants as the adversary at the end of each Game Round (1 Objective Point, but only if at least 1 Quadrant is Dominated by the player).
» Dominate more Quadrants than the adversary at the end of each Game Round (2 Objective Points).
» Have your Dominant DataTracker in a Dominated Quadrant at the end of each Game Round (1 Objective Point).

Each player has 1 Classified Objective (1 Objective Point).


Both players will deploy on opposite sides of the game table, in a standard Deployment Zone 12 inches deep.


At the end of each Game Round, but not before, the table is divided into four areas as seen on the map. Each player then checks how many Quadrants he is dominating and counts their Objective Points.

In this scenario each Quadrant is considered a Zone of Operations (ZO).

A Zone of Operations (ZO) is considered Dominated by a player if he has more Army Points than the adversary inside the area. Only troops represented by miniatures or Markers (Camouflage, Spawn-Embryo, Seed-Embryo…) count, as well as AI Beacons, Proxies and G: Servant Troops.

Troops in a Null state do not count. Markers representing weapons or pieces of equipment (like Mines or Deployable Repeaters), fake Holoechoes, and any Marker that does not represent a trooper does not count either.

A trooper is inside a Zone of Operations when more than half the trooper’s base is inside that ZO.

Troops possessing the Shasvastii Special Skill that are inside a Zone of Operations count while they are in the Spawn-Embryo state or any non-Null state.

Troops possessing the Baggage piece of Equipment that are inside a Zone of Operations and any non-Null state also count, providing the extra Army Points this piece of Equipment grants.

Before the beginning of the game, but after choosing the Classified Objective, the player must inform to his adversary if that card will be his Classified Objective or
his INTELCOM Card. Each player rolls a die and the one who gets the highest score must be the first who announces his decision to his adversary. The content of the card, whether the mission or the card numeric value, is considered Private Information, no matter which use the player has chosen for it.

At the end of the third Game Round when the game ends and the players count up their points following the order established by the Initiative, the player can use his INTELCOM Card applying the Support and Control Mode.

Support and Control Mode: the player can add the value of the Support and Control Card to the total Army Points he has in the Zone of Operations (ZO) of his choosing, but only if he has at least one trooper in a non-Null state inside that ZO.

At the end of the Deployment Phase, players must declare which troop from their Army List is the DataTracker. The trooper chosen must be always one of the models deployed on the game table. Players are not allowed to choose troopers in Hidden Deployment or in Marker state. This trooper must always be on the game table as a model and not as a Marker (Camouflaged, TO, Holoecho…). Also, Irregular troops and those whose Troop Type is REM are not eligible to be DataTrackers.

The DataTracker is identified with a DataPack Marker (DATA PACK).

Players who have their DataTracker in any non-Null state in a Dominated Quadrant gain a maximum of 1 extra Objective Point when checking the Dominate Quadrants main objective at the end of each Game Round.


This scenario has a limited time frame, so it will automatically finish at the end of the third Game Round.