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Can we use Blood rage with a monster that cannot attack in that turn?

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Hi experts,

I am thinking that in some cases, it could be desirable for the OL to use blood rage on a monster to sacrifice it. Do you know if this could be done even if the monster cannot attack in that turn (e.g. a melee monster with nobody adjacent to it).

Blood rage reads: " Play this card at the end of your turn and choose a monster. That monster immediately performs 2 attack actions, and is then defeated. " so it seems that the triggering is just end of the turn and chosing a monster.

What do you think?

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Posted (edited)

I would say that valid target is required. But, if the target is defeated during the first attack, the second is lost and the monster is defeated too

Edited by rugal

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I think that the question is more "can an OL play a card only to kill a monster without this monster attacking even once "

As there is a lot of examples of powers where you could trigger them without doing all effects I would say that yes you can play Blood Rage to kill a monster !
the triggering beeing only "at the end of your turn [...] choose a monster."
and as stated with other powers (advance, charge, etc) you can skip some part but not the consequences so the monster would not attack but he will be nevertheless defeated !

Edited by Felin

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