The seven links below will provide all new clans the information they need to play TribeNet.
This document helps you learn how to prepare orders for your first turn. It's meant to be a companion document to Understanding the TribeNet Auto Turnsheet focused on a clan's orders for the first turn.
This document presents a detailed overview of the structure of the Auto Turnsheet and how it works. There is some key information in this document that you’ll need to consult while preparing orders for your first and future turns.
Mapping through movement and scouting is a key aspect of the game. To play TribeNet, you need to create and update a map. This is a presentation about how to map.
This is the rulebook for the game. You don't have to read it cover-to-cover. In fact, it's best if you don't do that. Think of it as an encyclopedia. You’ll want to access certain parts of it when you need to learn specific knowledge. You don't need to learn things in this game yet that your clan can't do. There's no need to learn the rules for beekeeping until you learn the Apiarism skill, as one of many examples.
This is the wiki for the game. If you don't know where to find something, start here. There are great resources on this site for clans. You can browse the navigation on the Wiki or just use the wiki search engine to find things.
Cuneah is a Chatbot built using Botpress and ChatGPT. Sources used for the Chat Bot include the rules for the game and tutorials, such as Your First Turn in TribeNet and Understanding the TribeNet Auto Turnsheet. It also includes a text document where rules clarifications can be added should Cuneah misbehave and fail to answer a question or give the incorrect answer. Chatbots are getting better over time, but they aren’t perfect.
The TribeNet community meets and talks on Discord. This is a great place to ask questions and get to know the other clans. Using Discord is not a requirement to play TribeNet, but it will improve your experience as a new clan.