|A bit of DIY|
To remedy this, I designed some square chits to print out and draw from a bag (I'm going to get a £1.05 velveteen dice pouch from em-4 next time I order from them).
Here is how they work:
1. Which enemy model? This indicates the nearest one to any of your forces.
2. Further detail- This indicates a preference for an enemy out of your model's LOS if possible.
3. Special action-If the Hazard stripes are present, this indicates that the model will attempt to use grenades or whichever specialized attack it may possess. Otherwise, ignore.
4. This is the activation "Dice roll" that determines wether or not the model gets to take an action or stop.
5. This is the first choice for what Action the model will perform. (in this case, Focus Fire) If not possible, go to the next option.
6. This is the action the model will take if the first is not possible. In this case it is Advance.
This system tells you which enemy model, whether it activates or not, and what it will try to do... All with a single chit draw! At the end of the turn, just throw all the chits drawn back in the bag and give it a shake.
The chits look OK.. But I think they need to be higher contrast. I would also love to see them done in laser-cut acrylic one day.