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    Elder Thing got a reaction from Soakman in Syzygy/Ithaqua   
    Many thanks for all who responded.
     
    I can't get the system for quoting from previous posts here to work, so I'm just going to copy and paste the relevant sections..
     
    " .... so I can see no benefit to continuing to work on any unresolved mystery"
     
    Well, the benefit would perhaps appear to be this:
     
    "A substantial amount of Sealing the Portal encounters cares for the amount of Mysteries you have completed."
     
    If I'm understanding what people are saying correctly, though, the bonus to resolving  Sealing the Portal encounters is derived strictly from 'normal' Mysteries fully resolved BEFORE THE ANCIENT ONE SHEET IS FLIPPED, and, therefore, there would indeed be no benefit from continuing to resolve 'normal' mysteries after this has happened. Is this correct?
     
    Thanks again for any advice.
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    Elder Thing got a reaction from Devon Greatwolf in Rest Actions   
    Great - that's very clear. Thanks very much for your help.
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    Elder Thing got a reaction from ObsessiveGamer in ~Rules Question   
    Thanks very much for your response. I see what you mean about spells, but there are certainly items which still have 'before rolling' as a condition for their use.
     
    Just to be absolutely clear (or possibly pedantic), if I understand correctly the word 'rolling' in this context means each individual roll of the dice pool, not the entire process of rolling all of the dice for that particular adventure?
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    Elder Thing got a reaction from Julia in ~Rules Question   
    Thanks very much for your response. I see what you mean about spells, but there are certainly items which still have 'before rolling' as a condition for their use.
     
    Just to be absolutely clear (or possibly pedantic), if I understand correctly the word 'rolling' in this context means each individual roll of the dice pool, not the entire process of rolling all of the dice for that particular adventure?
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