Player 1: Tyragon (Blue)
Player 2: Abagon (Red)
String Notation: The alphabet represents the row and the
number represents the diagonal. For example, C4 represents the
marble along diagonal 4 in the row C.
1. To play the move,
i. Select the first dragon that you
want to move.
ii. Select the second dragon in the
direction in which you want both the dragons to slide.
Note: Whenever the move is made, the initial dragon
pushes the final dragon in the direction specified. For
example, select the marble at C4 first, then select the marble
at C5. Thus, the dragons slide one step to the right. The
dragon at C4 will thus move to C5 and the dragon at C5 will
move to C6.
2. Exactly two dragons from the same
team, can move at a time.
3. The two dragons may
move either horizontally or diagonally:
i. The two
dragons selected together, C4 and C5, can move in a pair
horizontally, in a way that either C4 is at C3 or C5 is at
ii. The two dragons selected together, B4 and C4, can move in
a pair diagonally, in a way that B4 is at C4 and C4 is at
4. The dragon is eliminated from the board when two of the
opponent’s dragons push it off the edge.
Elimination doesn't work on the 6 vertices when the dragon is
pushed towards the vertices.
5. The moves may be
considered invalid if:
i. The pair of dragons may try to move more than one of the
ii. The pair of dragons may push one of their own kind.
iii. The pair of dragons may push the opponent’s dragon off
the vertex of the board.
6. The battle is won when
the enemy has lost four of its dragons.
For a more comprehensive description of the game, please
refer to the