I disagree. Legolas ability explicitly says "participates in an attack". Dwalin's ability does NOT. Hence my confusion and the topic at hand.
If damage dealt from a specific character triggers an effect…. what happens when that character "participates"?
In Legolas case it is obvious because Participation is enough to trigger it.
In the case of Dwalin it is not so obvious.
this is a good point but our conversation is going faster than I can type!! I'll copy my other post to get everythign in order again..
If you are trying to lift a box, and 2 people lift it together, then the box has been lifted up.. regardless of how much each individual has contributed.. this is the same for destroying a monster. The end result is the monster is destroyed and Dwalin / Lego DID attack it.. so their effects triggers.
Now granted the card dose not have the participate text, but
Response: After Dwalin attacks and destroys an Orc enemy, lower your threat by 2.
So… it is saying that he has to attack an orc, and the orc has to die. That is it.. participating or attacking solo dose not change the trigger events in any way.
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