But don't the rules indicate that you can't complete your opponents Objectives? Page 14, right hand column, just above 2. It says "Note, finally that you cannot complete your opponent's missions."
To be fair these rules aren't written that clearly either, some other examples:
2) The player who rolled higher (re-roll ties until one player rolls higher) chooses a Main Objective Circle on the game board. In Story Mode, that player then randomly selects one of his Main Objective Tokens that corresponds to the category on the chosen circle and places it faceup on that circle, revealing its two required Skills
How can you randomly select a face down token, when it needs to match the image in the choosen circle on the board?
When playing in Story Mode, first determine which Objective Tokens you’ll use in that game. To do that, take all the Objective Tokens that bear your unit’s Affiliation Symbol. If there are more than 4 Objective Tokens of a particular Objective Category, select only four , and return the rest to the box. Next, sort your remaining Objective Tokens into Main Objectives and Secondary Objectives. Finally, divide them into sub-groups based on their Objective Categories.
Is this something that refers to possible expansions as there appear to be only 2 Objective Category's per token?
I have no problem with accepting that I could be missing the point here, but I've been re-reading these rules all day and these areas don't make sense to me.