# Can the spy kill anyone in Stratego?

## Can the spy kill anyone in Stratego?

A Spy can kill 2 pieces; the #1 and the other Spy. In order to kill the #1, the Spy MUST be the attacking piece. In Spy vs. Spy, both pieces die.

## Can you attack backwards in Stratego?

Only one piece can be moved per turn, and it can move only one square per turn (except Scouts, see “Specialist Pieces” on Page 5). Pieces can move forward, backward or sideways, but never diagonally.

## Can any piece capture the flag in Stratego?

The game can be won by capturing the opponent's Flag, or all of his moveable pieces. It is possible to have ranked pieces that are not moveable because they are trapped behind bombs.

## What does a spotter do in Stratego?

THE SPOTTER Spotters target and identify the enemy, calling in laser barrages from orbiting battleships to destroy them. SPOTTER SPECIAL ATTACK Spotters may move, then use their special attack. A Spotter may attempt to attack and capture any piece on the square in front of it by guessing the piece's rank.

# Can the spy kill anyone in Stratego?

## Can the spy kill anyone in Stratego?

A Spy can kill 2 pieces; the #1 and the other Spy. In order to kill the #1, the Spy MUST be the attacking piece. In Spy vs. Spy, both pieces die.

## Does the bomb go away in Stratego?

Bombs are unmovable pieces in Stratego that blow up any attacking piece except for miners. The only way that a bomb can be removed from the board is if one of the opponent’s miners attack it. Each player gets 6 bombs, and at least 2 or 3 of them are usually used to defend the flag.

## Can you bring pieces back in Stratego?

A piece cannot move back and forth between the same two squares in three consecutive turns. Only one piece can be moved on a turn.

## Can you move and attack on the same turn in Stratego?

“Special Scout Attack Priviledge — Scouts are the only pieces allowed both to move and attack on the same turn. A Scout can move forward, backward, or sideways any number of open spaces into an attack position.

## How many spaces can a spy move in Stratego?

Spies move just like normal Pieces (one space per turn). The Spy loses to any other Piece it attacks, or is attacked by, except when it attacks another Spy, Flag or an opposing Marshall (Rank: 10). If the spy attacks any of these Pieces, it wins the attack. Bombs may not move (or attack) once placed on the game board.

## What is the best strategy for Stratego?

Winning Stratego tactics

1. Choose different Setups.
2. Use bombs to protect your flag.
3. Mix different ranks.
4. Hide your Spy.
5. Save some miners for the endgame.
6. Trade off when you have the highest rank.
7. Spread your Marshal and General.
8. Check the arrangement.

## Can you attack horizontally in Stratego?

Attack your opponent’s pieces. You may only attack pieces that are directly next to your pieces. They may not be a space away or diagonal to one of your pieces. They must be right next to each other in a vertical or horizontal direction.

## Is Stratego a good game?

It’s even more difficult to get a game of Stratego going because if someone is free to play, there’s usually more than just the one person, so we end up playing something else instead. There’s nostalgia there, but I still think it’s a good choice for a few rounds. It’s a great game.

## What happens if you can’t move in Stratego?

Straight from page 5 of the rules: Note: if a player cannot move a piece or strike in his/her turn, they must give up and declare their opponent the winner.

## How many versions of Stratego are there?

BELOIT, Wis. – Patch is excited to announce its popular board game Stratego® is now available in two different versions: Stratego® Waterloo and Stratego® Conquest! Stratego is the classic game of battlefield strategy that has sold over 20 million copies worldwide.

## Is Stratego more complex than chess?

Stratego has a bigger board, more pieces of more different kinds, and a more complex combat resolution system in which the attacker does not always win, as in chess.

## Who invented Stratego?

The original version of war board game Stratego was invented by Jacques Johan Mogendorff in 1942, with company Hausemann and Hotte publishing the game starting in 1961. Each player controls 40 pieces, either blue or red, that represent different officer ranks.

## How do scouts work in Stratego?

Scouts (9 (or 2 in the European version)) are the weakest movable piece in Stratego, besides for the spy, but they can move any number of spaces in a straight line, and even attack on the same turn.

## What is a miner in Stratego?

Miners (8 (or 3 in the European version)) are the 2nd least powerful movable piece in Stratego (Not including the spy), but they can destroy bombs, meaning that they can actually defeat half of your opponent’s pieces (including other miners).

## Which Stratego piece has a letter on it?

only stratego piece with a letter on it
RANK ANSWER
Only Stratego piece with a letter on it
SPY
Tower has small room — with one of two possible letters on it? (4)

## Who can capture the flag in Stratego?

Stratego is a game in which you need to capture the flag of your opponent while defending your own flag. To capture the flag you use your army of 40 pieces. Pieces have a rank and represent individual officers and soldiers in an army. In addition to those ranked pieces you can use bombs to protect your flag.

## Why is go such a difficult game?

Go is the most complex of all games. There are many more possible go games – 10 followed by more than 300 zeroes — than there are subatomic particles in the known universe. Unlike many other games, all moves are possible at all times, adding even more to the complexity.