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#1 ebenemael

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Posted 17 April 2013 - 02:57 AM

Hello
I have few simple questions:

1. What's a difference between each unit and all units? As far as i know it's just a grammar thing. "Each unit" is usually used when selecting a certain group of units. All simply means all.

2. How does End Times exactly work?
Do i have to put all revealed units into one zone or that card gives me a possibility/allows me to put every single unit in a zone of my choice? (i mean, can i put them into different zones?)
In my opinion i am forced to place all of them into one zone of my choice.

Of course i can be wrong, that's why i'm asking about.

3. How does this card (End Times) decide what order to put the triggers on the stack?

 



#2 SleepyLynx

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Posted 19 April 2013 - 02:54 AM

Hi!

1 & 2) The wording "each" was used instead of "all" to actually clarify your second question. "Each unit…" "into any zone" carry the meaning that you may choose which zone that each unit thus revealed enters and not limited to one and only one zone.

3) The active player determine the sequence of his unit entering play, thus triggering constant effect, forced effects and Actions. Action that has the wording "Just played" can be played in response to the action of playing of unit. Capitalised Action can be responded by the opposing player by further Action in a "first in, last out" manner. Constant effect and forced effect triggered by unit that successfully enters play will always be resolved before action can take place. Once the active player has finished his sequence of unit play, it is followed up by the next (opposing) player, following similar rules.

You may consult FAQ 2.0 published recently if you have further doubts. I am new enthusiast to warhammer invasion, so hopefully Mallumo and other more experienced forum user shows up to provide further clarification!

Cheers






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