Fasu'Faicu Saum (literally "Six-Sided Square Battle") is a traditional Weynu'Tuemu board game and the national 'sport' of the Free Land of Harmonia designed for play by 2, 4 or 8 players at any one time. As the game implies, it is typically played on a hexidecimal board consisting of precisely 179 hexagons (11x9 board). Rarely, a 16-player version of the game can be played on a board of 358 hexagons, all though such games are usually reserved for large tournements and are not typically played for leisure.
A standard eight-player game requires the following items:
- 179 hexagon playing board
- Eight hexagonal counters coloured red, blue, yellow, green, teal, orange, pink and purple
- A tool to mark other hexagons with the colour of each counter
- 1-8 3-sided dice
- The centre hexagon is always blocked by the six grey hexagons surrounding it untill 6 players have been eliminated
- The goal of the game is to eliminate six players
- When six players have been eliminated, the first player to reach the centre is victorious
- Players move back to their starting hexagon when the race for the centre begins
- Players are eliminated by taking their home hexagon
- When advancing the counter, the player rolles the/ir die to determine how many hexagons they move. The player claims any hexagon they cross and land on, even if owned by another player.
- When a player is removed, the player that removed them from the game takes all their hexagons.
- The last two players cannot be eliminated by taking their home square.