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Righteous clarification

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So we were a little confused. It says "When you perform a Focus action or a Rest action, gain 1 Focus or recover 1 Sanity." So that means - if I perform a focus action, I can either get another focus or recovery a sanity. If I rest, I can gain a focus or recover an extra sanity. Right? But doesn't that mean, like, unlimited focus if I so choose? That can't be right, can it?

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2 hours ago, Raj1984 said:

It says "When you perform a Focus action or a Rest action, gain 1 Focus or recover 1 Sanity." So that means - if I perform a focus action, I can either get another focus or recovery a sanity. If I rest, I can gain a focus or recover an extra sanity. Right?

Exactly.

2 hours ago, Raj1984 said:

But doesn't that mean, like, unlimited focus if I so choose?

Correct, you can't have more than 2 Focus.

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Sorry, I wasn't clear. I meant you can use a focus for a reroll, then get another focus because i did a "focus action," then use that focus for another reroll on the same test, get another focus because that's a focus action, etc. That would be unlimited rerolls on the same test. That doesn't make sense. It would mean you could never fail a test while you have Righteous condition. Can you only use focus for rerolls that you had at the beginning of the encounter?

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Actions are performed in the action phase: travel, rest, acquire assets, etc.  The "focus action" is the action you use to gain a focus token.  Using a focus token to reroll a die isn't a "focus action".

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