Tommy Muldoon question in Arkham Horror Second Edition Posted January 23, 2010 Hi everybody, and sorry if this has already been asked. Last night we played AH with the IH expansion and for the very first time, we used Tommy Muldoon. His special ability says that "Tommy may cause one or more monsters that are adjacent to his location to move to his location, regardless of their normal movement". Does this mean that immediately before resolving a mythos card he might force "normal moving monsters" (i.e black bordered, red bordered, flyers, elusive, aquatic, stalkers) to enter his location, or that he may force to move even those monsters that are static or have a special movement? And in the second case, should his ability trigger their special movement, or are they just "summoned" to his location? This could be very helpful for different reasons. If his ability triggers their special movement, supposing he's in quite a bad state (sanity 1, stamina 1) and has in adjacent locations both a colour out of space and a cthonian, with some luck he can be devoured and succeding in his personal story. On the other hand, making "special movement" monsters move (thus not triggering their special movement) to his location, or static ones, could also be of great help. Thanks for help!