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It says "the Minotaur can attack once during each wizards turn."


Let's say it's a four player game and player 4 summoned the Minotaur and put it in my way.  I'm player 1.  I move into LOS of the Minotaur, it moves to my square and attacks.


Does this now mean that, if I don't move out of LOS, the Minotaur attacks me on player 2's turn?  And then again on player 3's turn?  That seems extremely powerful if that's correct.


The only thing I can see that seems to prevent this from being the way the Minotaur works is this


"When a wizard moves to a square in LOS of the Minotaur, the Minotaur may immediately perform one attack against the wizard." 


Meaning, on player 2 and 3's turns, I did not "move to a square" I merely stood there.  So the Minotaur would not attack me.  If, on my next turn I move one square and I'm still in LOS of the Minotaur, he does get to attack me.


Thank you in advance for your input



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don't mess up with minotaur more more than it really is. the text explain exactly how it works:


- during minotaur's turn, it CAN'T ATTACK

- during other wizard's turn, it CAN ATTACK ONLY IF wizard enters in a square that is on LOS of minotaur

- after performed attack on any wizard, it CAN'T ATTACK until next wizard's turn, even if wizard move out and back the square in LOS


there are only 2 things that require attention about it:

- when it attack, he move, so after attack you must check new LOS

- different is if a wizard push other one into LOS of minotaur. as long as minotaur CAN'T ATTACK MORE THAN ONE TIMES PER TURN, a wizard can be attacked multiple times, one in it's turn and one in other player's turn

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