Hello Community it is me again =)
So Yesterday i had an epic play session (with epic arguments), which threw up 3 Questions i would like 2 be answered!
When my heroes killed the 3 kobold-mastermonsters, which blocked a path of 3 spaces wide, with a blast all at the same time, i wanted 2 split them up as following: i placed a kobold in front, and behind every mastermosnter, then removing the master monster from the game.
My Players demanded 2 spawn the minionkobolds adjacent to each other (for obviouzs blast reasons), reasoning they had 2 be pot to the CLOSEST ADJACENT AVAILABLE EMPTY SPACE, which in their argumentation was the space earlier contained by the mastermonster (which was now dead), and some place next 2 it.
Ogre: when this monster is deefated, remove it from the map and then replace it with a minion of the same type
Kobold: When this monster is defeated, replace it with 2 minions of the same type in the closest available empty spaces
My argumentation was, that the ogre card specifies, 2 remove the masterogre from the game and then spawn another minionogre, whilst they koboldmasters force u 2 spawn 2 kobolds. obviously my intention of blocking the way with 2 walls, which could not be blasted with 1 attack through alters my judgement, pl, can anybody help?
i would say the koboldmasters are removed AFTER the split ability is triggered, keeping the space, where the masters stood empty, after they died.
We played the "Whats yours is Mine" encounter, where u have this jorem tolk doing some mining for you, when you manage 2 have a fatigue token on him. I just naturally used my ettin 2 throw him down the hall, preventing the heroes 2 roll defense dies and keeping him und my control all the time. my heroes raged against "ability abusing" and started an argumentation about jorem tolk not having any strength and ended with the explanation, that since he was no hero, he must be a familiar treated as a figure, which could not be affected by the ettin throw since it says: Choose a hero adjacent to this monster. That hero must test Strength. Since Jorem tolk was no hero, he couldnt be affected. My argumentation he would be a figure treated as a hero was thrown down, since it "was not written in the questbook". are they right? are npc's figure like familiars? would be a shame… i remember having some question about sir palamon as well, ending in the statement that it was just not written in the book, because the guys at fantasy flight games are also "just human"
I came 2 realise, that when i end my movement with a large tile monster i get 2 spawn it anywhere around the acclaimed space. so it would be possible, when u declare like 3 moveactions (dash) 2 proc 1 moveaction after another wont it? this would be adding 2 to 4 extra spaces (depending on monster largeness) since every move actions is not depending on the former. or do i pick 1 space at the start of my turn, making me count from that space on every movement in the following?
ty for ur patience if u read all this, even more thanks on ur smart ideas -