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    Imperial Assault Official Rulings

    Tyrants of Lothal tile 01B The blocking terrain formation on Tyrants of Lothal tile 01B produces a significant and unintended defensive advantage for a mobile figure that sits in the center of it. Consequently, the following rule should be observed: While a figure occupies a space bordered on all four edges by walls or spaces that contain blocking terrain: Those spaces of blocking terrain do not block counting spaces to or from that figure's space. Those spaces of blocking terrain do not block line of sight to or from that figure's space. Melee attacks can be declared by or targeting that figure, ignoring those spaces of blocking terrain. Those spaces of blocking terrain still block movement. Importantly, this means that in the attached diagram, both Ahsoka and Han can attack the Jet Trooper.
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    Imperial Assault Official Rulings

    Set for Stun The Command Card "Set for Stun" is ambiguously worded and has created some confusion. We've chosen to follow a strict interpretation of the card's language. Set for Stun adds two separate effects to the attack: If the target would suffer damage, reduce it to 0. Then, the target becomes Stunned. The second effect is not conditional upon the first. In cases of ambiguity, "then" is interpreted to imply a sequence of effects in Imperial Assault. In practice, Set for Stun stuns the defender even if no damage is reduced, including instances where the attack misses due to insufficient accuracy or the defender rolls a dodge.
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    Star Wars: Legion Official Rulings

    Question: Can I modify my Boba Fett miniature by removing the clear peg, such that he is physically touching his base? Answer: Yes, as long as the overall height of the miniature is not significantly altered, this falls under "reasonable alterations" in the tournament regulations.
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    Star Wars: Legion Official Rulings

    Correction: The last bullet point on page 24 of the Rules Reference should read: "When determining whether a piece of terrain blocks line of sight to a defending mini with a notched base, if there is a clear peg separating the defending mini and its base, the clear peg and the base are not treated as a part of the mini."
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    Star Wars: Destiny Official Rulings

    On page 16 of the Rules Reference under "Defeated Characters," the bullet should read: When a player controls no characters, they lose.
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    KeyForge Official Rulings

    Regarding creatures with 0 power: On page 7 of the KeyForge Rulebook it states: DAMAGE AND ARMOR When a creature is dealt damage, place an amount of damage tokens equal to the amount of damage dealt on the creature. If a creature has as much or more damage on it as it has power, the creature is destroyed and placed on top of its owner’s discard pile. This means that when a creature has 0 power, if it has 0 damage on it, it is destroyed. However, keep in mind that this does not mean that “0 damage” qualifies as an amount of damage for other cards that care about creatures being damaged (Like Save the Pack). Both 0 power and 0 damage are an equivalent amount of nothing.
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    Star Wars: Destiny Official Rulings

    Question: Can I play Ataru Strike or Finishing Strike and resolve one of Luke Skywalker's dice showing a shield with it? Answer: Yes. Ataru Strike and Finishing Strike resolve a die, so you can use Luke's ongoing ability to resolve his die showing a shield as melee damage. Luke's die is considered to be showing melee damage as you resolve it. Luke's ability only works when his die would be resolved, not when it would be removed.
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    Star Wars: Destiny Official Rulings

    Val Clarification: This special ability does not use the word "then," so a player does not have to take 1 resource in order to deal 2 damage.
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    Star Wars: Destiny Official Rulings

    Tobias Beckett Clarification: This special ability does not use the word "then," so a player does not have to take 1 resource in order to gain 1 resource.
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    Star Wars: Destiny Official Rulings

    L3-37 Clarification: When this character becomes an upgrade, she is not defeated and abilities that trigger from a character being defeated do not trigger. If this character is elite, she keeps both of her dice when she becomes an upgrade.
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    Star Wars: Destiny Official Rulings

    Darth Vader's Meditation Chamber clarification: Should read: "Action - Exhaust this support to heal 1 damage from a Blue character and place 1 card from your discard pile on the bottom of your deck. Then spot Darth Vader to draw a card."
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    Star Wars: Destiny Official Rulings

    The following bullet point should be added to "Then" Effects on page 19 of the Rules Reference: If the part of the ability that precedes the word "then" is an optional "may" effect, you must have chosen to resolve that effect and successfully resolved it in full for the part of the ability that follows the word "then" to resolve.
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    Star Wars: Legion Official Rulings

    Question: When a charge or condition token detonates and there are multiple defending units, who chooses the order of the attacks? Answer: When a condition token detonates, the player that controls the unit that triggered the detonation effect chooses the order of the attacks. When a charge token detonates, the player that controls the unit that used an ability to detonate the token chooses the order of the attacks.
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    Star Wars: Legion Official Rulings

    Question: When a unit performs a ranged attack and the Limited Visibility condition card is in play, to check whether line of sight is blocked due to the effect of the condition card, does a player measure range from the unit leader or from each mini in the unit? Answer: Because a player is required to check line of sight from each mini in the attacking unit when adding weapons to an attack pool, the player must measure range from each mini in the unit when Limited Visibility is in play to determine whether that mini has line of sight to the defending unit.
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    Star Wars: Legion Official Rulings

    Question: When issuing orders after playing the command card An Entire Legion, what is considered an eligible unit? Do either of the upgrade cards Commanding Presence or Battle Meditation change what units are eligible? Answer: As stated in the Rules Reference, an eligible unit meets the following criteria: The unit has the type or name indicated on the command card. The unit is at range 1-3 of the nominated commander. The unit does not already have an order token. If a unit meets these requirements, it will be issued an order after An Entire Legion is played. Additionally, if the nominated commander is equipped with Commanding Presence, the second requirement is changed to range 1-4. If equipped with Battle Meditation, the player may issue one additional order to any friendly unit beyond the given command radius. If they do so, the player does not issue one less order to a unit within the given command radius. As a general rule, for the purposes of resolving game effects, orders are issued one at a time, in the order that the player issuing the orders chooses.
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