"When defending, you may receive 1 stress token to choose 1 attack die. The attacker must reroll that die."
Rule Book, page 12, 'Modifying Dice Results' Section:
"…..a die that has already been rerolled cannot be rerolled again during this attack."
I'm pretty sure this is cut and dry. But as it came up in our Sunday tournament, I figured I'd ask.
Does the 'cannot be rerolled again' statement preclude an opponent from using Elusiveness to force a reroll on a die that has already been rerolled by an attacker's ability?
Also, pre-measuring 'Boost' and 'Barrel Roll' actions was a point of contention. A player measured for a 'boost left' action, saw that the final position of his ship was free and clear, and decided aginst boosting that direction. The contention came when his opponent posed the following question:
"Since the measured 'Boost Left' action showed the final position of the ship would be clear of ships and obstacles, shouldn't the player now be commited to making that action?"
The rulebook (page 8 under Barrel Roll) states:
"The player may measure to see if his ship can perform a barrel roll before commiting to this action."
(We are assuming this also applies to Boost.)
Since the player was clearly measuring to see if he could get a better position on his opponent's ship (this was admitted by the player) and not to see if he would collide, is the 'pre-measure allowed, or is this abuse?
Thanks in advance.