Choice

SPOILERS FOR FUTURE ARC!
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This is based on current information, and will still be updated and changed as more information is given out. The core principles are given in chapter 232 and 242.

Instead of one-on-one fights, Byakuran has arranged a series of team battles based on a game he and Shouichi played before, called “Choice”.

It’s much like the paper game Battleships, taken to a whole new level.

Core principles:

– Two teams are formed.
– Each team gets a certain number of players, decided by a roulette. This number may be UNequal. (One team can have 3 players, the other 5, for example.)
– Each team has a choice of players and a choice of home base.
– One team chooses the battlefield.
– Each team tries to win by defeating the other team’s players, or the other team’s target, depending on what is agreed upon.
– The winning team gets to choose something from the losers as a prize.

Byakuran and Shouichi upped the stakes in a computer program such that these are included:

– The battlefield is restricted to a circular range of 10 kilometers in diameter.
– A support unit of 50 square meters long may be used.

Then Byakuran upped the stakes a little more:

– The players are now real people.
– The battlefield is a prepared field with the given 10-kilometer range, with varying terrain.
– The battlefield is chosen out of a series of cards with the possible environments.
– The type and number of players are decided by roulette. A random number of ring users and a random number of non-ring-users may be called into a battle.
– One player is designated as a target. Once this target is defeated (killed, eliminated, weakened, captured, the target flame dies out, etc.), the team loses.
– The target is illuminated like a dying-will flame by the person’s life force, and eats up that life force the longer the battle takes.

So far Byakuran has said that they are battling for the Tri-ni-sette, so much like the Vongola-vs.-Varia ring scrambles, the final winners of these battles gets to own all 3 components of the Tri-ni-sette.

This battle method has been abandoned after several fights. (And low ranking?)

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