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01-28-2007, 06:51 PM
I have a question, that has been asked of me, and is a continuos question. The rules don't specify it, so I assume I know the rule but want conformation. Anyway, back to the question.
When in the "combat" phase, and creating parties, do you just create one attacking party with everyone that you are going to attack with, or, do you create multiple attacking parties in a turn?
Any clarification is greatly appreciated. :confused:
01-29-2007, 06:03 AM
Firstly, I want to apologize for posting in the wrong forum. :o
Secondly, so you can declare multiple attacks in a turn? For example, I have 5 characters on the field. We are in the battle phase, and it is on my turn. I can make two parties, one with two attackers, and one with three attackers. I declare my attack with the two-atk'r party, then I declare an attack with the 3-atkr party? Is this correct? If that is correct , am I declaring them all attacking at the same time, or am I declaring the attacks seperate? and are the attacks concluding seperately?
I want to make sure that I am teaching myself, and my players properly. Thanks again for any help. :confused:
01-29-2007, 07:10 AM
During your turn, you may take any of these actions as many times as and in any order you want:
1. Play a card
2. Use an ability
4. End your turn (you can only end your turn once)
You may attack as many times as you want as long as you have characters that are undepleted and have been under your control since the start of your turn.
You may attack at any time during your turn. There is no "attack phase" per se'.
You may declare an attack with 3 of your 5 undepleted characters, see how the battle turns out, then decide to attack with both, one or none of the remaining 2 undepleted characters. If after further card play you decide to then attack with both or just one character, that's perfectly legal.
01-29-2007, 08:14 AM
thank you very much, doc. That is VERY helpful. Cleared everthing up for me. Thanks to both parties that answered my questions. :D
01-29-2007, 11:32 AM
You're welcome! I'm here to help. :)
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