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 Victory conditions in exploration depend on the type of exploration scenario. In normal scenarios, the goal is typically to get from some point A to another point B, often without knowing exactly where this point B is. Stealth scenarios may add additional bits, such as retrieving treasure or other items, and escaping unnoticed. Chase scenarios add round limits to signify whether the PCs are able to get away or catch their quarry. Victory conditions in exploration depend on the type of exploration scenario. In normal scenarios, the goal is typically to get from some point A to another point B, often without knowing exactly where this point B is. Stealth scenarios may add additional bits, such as retrieving treasure or other items, and escaping unnoticed. Chase scenarios add round limits to signify whether the PCs are able to get away or catch their quarry.
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 +Exploration scenarios do not use initiative. Instead, [[environ|Environs]] act first, followed by players in whatever order they choose, and finally [[creature|Creatures]] and [[seeker|Seekers]] in whatever order the DM chooses at the end of the round.
  
 Unlike other scenarios, defeated PCs are not out of play. A PC whose EP is at 0 or less at the start of their turn suffers an [[injury|injury]],​ then recovers to their new maximum EP and takes their full turn. In this manner, many exploration scenarios are ultimately about getting through an area unscathed. Stealth scenarios feature an additional resource called [[stealth tokens|Stealth Tokens]]. Unlike other scenarios, defeated PCs are not out of play. A PC whose EP is at 0 or less at the start of their turn suffers an [[injury|injury]],​ then recovers to their new maximum EP and takes their full turn. In this manner, many exploration scenarios are ultimately about getting through an area unscathed. Stealth scenarios feature an additional resource called [[stealth tokens|Stealth Tokens]].
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