For some reason
a lot of people don't listen to our wise advice and try to use all the rules in the book. We regretfully apologize to those misguided souls, to whom this book will only serve as an instrument of torture.
When Rules Aren't Enough
Often, during the course of a battle, your minifigs will want to do something not even remotely covered by the rules. In fact, if they don't, then it's a good sign that you're failing to get into the spirit of the game. Use your own judgment to decide whether the fig succeeds and what the effect will be - real-life experience will be your best guide.
Pay close attention to the real-life experiences other players describe when deciding how to handle a new situation. If a player starts his argument with, "The last time I put a rifle round into an unarmored man's kneecap..." it might be a good idea to let that player have his way. On the other hand, if a player starts a sentence with, "Well, I'm in the SCA and..." do not let him finish talking - immediately give him a whack with the Hammer of Discipline. Anything less would be a gross breach of your civic duty.
If you have read this http://www.brikwars.com/rules/2000/0.htm
you will know what to do about rules and how to play stuff.