Dawn of Peacemakers – FAQ & errata
This page displays answers to frequently asked questions and errata about Dawn of Peacemakers. Questions regarding individual scenarios may contain spoilers and are hidden under a button. Questions about game mechanics introduced during the campaign are listed under the scenario they are introduced in.
Q: What happens when a unit attacks and the closest enemy unit is hidden because of stealth (and is not adjacent to the attacker)?
A: The attacker chooses the next valid target using attack prioritising rules. The attack does not go to waste unless there are no valid targets.
Q: What happens if you play more than one “Mixed groups” scheme on the same army on the same turn?
A: The last card played is the one in effect.
Q: Can the evasive scarlet macaw ploy card move units farther from all enemy units?
A: Yes. This overrides the rule about not moving units if that wouldn’t result in units moving closer to at least one enemy unit.
Q: During an influence action or while resolving a scheme, I drew a task card for a group that has no units left on the board. What do I do?
A: Immediately remove the drawn card from play and draw a new card from the same deck. Influence or schemes are never wasted on task cards which refer to groups without units on the board.
A: Yes. Game ends whenever at least one game end condition is met. If your agenda isn’t fully met, the game is counted as a loss for you no matter what game end condition was met.Q: On the co-op agenda, can the damaged units on the game board be from the blue army?
A: Yes. It doesn’t matter which coloured bases the damaged units on the game board have for the victory condition.
A: Assault task is treated as a Move task and a Strike task, with their appropriate timings. Twin Assault results in units first moving twice, then striking twice. Mobile units move one additional space and Commander Challiyana’s ability triggers during the Move part as well.
There are no questions yet for the skirmish mode.
There has been found a few minor errors in the first printing copies of Dawn of Peacemakers. You can check the version of your game by looking at the letters right next to the barcode on the back of the box. The first printing reads “SWG180501“.