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Garion0000

Heroes supporting battles

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Can two (or more) heroes support the same set of units in a battle? Everything I can find about heroes supporting units only mention one hero supporting and make it 'seem' like only one can support each type of unit.

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I don't have rulebook with me at the moment, but Iam almost 100% sure that any number of heroes can support any set of units, this is how we used to play all the time. :)

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Each hero has to support a different type of unit.  (Page 25: "take any number of his heroes... and place each of them adjacent to a different type of friendly unit."

 

So you can't have 3 heroes supporting your Frost Wyrm, for example.  But you could have them support your Necromancers, Dark Knights, and Frost Wyrms, one each.

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How to calculate strenght when hero is in battle and the round 5 is ended .. does i need to calculate heros strenght or just ad 1 strenght per standing hero ?

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Heroes do not provide strength in battle when supporting, they just let you draw an extra card for a particular unit type.

 

(There is a card that lets the heroes provide strength, if I recall; I'd have to look).

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Heroes do not provide strength in battle when supporting, they just let you draw an extra card for a particular unit type.

 

(There is a card that lets the heroes provide strength, if I recall; I'd have to look).

Tnx. 

 

u mean have a tactic card ? 

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It is indeed a Tactics Card, from the expansion.  It's called "Impressive Leadership", and gives you +1 strength for each standing hero you have in the area of the battle.

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