Please help me settle an argument. A few friends and I finished the interlude tonight. I can't remember the name of the quest. It is the one you play if the Overlord has won the majoirty of quests.
Anyways, the quest ended with a rather heated argument. The key to the final door was on the ground a couple spaces from the door. As overlord I activated one of my master monsters, in this case a spider, and played the Dash Card. I then used my first action to pick up the key, my second action was the move granted to me by the "Dash" card and my final action was to open the door. I then activated Baron Zacareth who was waiting by the door and moved through the room and out the exit for victory.
One of the Hero players cried foul. According to him I had misused the Dash card. He surmised that the Dash Card could only be used in combination with a prior move action to give me double movement points. His argument was that the card grants an "additional move" meaning that there must have been a move prior.
I countered that Dash grants an additional action which must be a move and thus picking up the key, using the card to move to the door, and then opening the door was valid.
The other heroes agreed with me, but mainly because it had been a long night and we just wanted to finish. Unfortunately this disagreement has resulted in a fairly soured victory.
So... To use dash, is it necessary for a prior action to be a movement, or is it legal to do three distinct actions so long as one of them is a move?
Edited by Pray4Mojo, 18 August 2013 - 01:58 AM.