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If investigator goes insane..?

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#1 htklhunter



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Posted 07 April 2012 - 08:35 AM

Hi, all . It's a simple question. What happen to the investigator when they are insane?

Is the player able to order the investigator as normal as in move x2 and action x1?

Or the player can't do anything until the other player help him? 

#2 MaddockKrug



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Posted 08 April 2012 - 03:39 AM


The player plays his investigator as usual - 2 moves and 1 action per turn.

But he is more likely vulnerable to any insanity-trauma-card played by the Keeper.

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#3 Tromdial



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Posted 08 April 2012 - 06:23 PM

Yeah, 0 sanity simply means the meanest and deadliest trauma cards may be played on the Investigators. We just beat this weekend Blood Ties (which I never thought anyone would beat) and the Keeper every minute of the last turns was dying to play his strongest insanity cards on us. Luckily, we rolled well most of the time. In fact, we won with both only 1 sanity left each. Very close game.

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