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MilitaryCoo

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  1. An attack ignored by Resilience is not a successful attack; Skatha wil not expend the on an attack ignored by Resilience.
  2. As previously stated, this is a rules change.
  3. This is a public announcement, in an official medium. We understand that it's not ideal to make rulings that diverge from the text but in some cases where the practice is egregiously different from the intent, it's the fastest way to make a correction. It's not something we do lightly or often. The ruling has been made. We won't entertain any more discussion of the manner in which it has been made, but welcome any clarifying questions on how the ruling affects gameplay.
  4. As previously ruled vHarmony has to absorb all of a single instance of damage. Following discussions with the design team she is unable to transfer any more instances of damage after she has been reduced to zero HP (i.e. she gets to ignore the remainder of the dmg that kills her, but any subsequent dmg she can't take). For Attacks and Character Plays work through the relevant timing sequence for each model affected and transfer damage as it arises. For Traits and other types of Plays, although the damage is deemed to be simultaneous, resolve each instance one model at a time in the order of the active player's choosing and transfer the damage via Team Player if desired. When resolving condition damage in the End Phase, resolve all conditions on a single model, apply the damage and transfer via Team Player before resolving all conditions on the next model. For example, vHarmony has 5hp remaining, and Smoke declares Chemical Shower. There are 3 enemy models within 6" of Smoke suffering the burning condition. The Masons player may only choose two of the three instances of 3 damage to transfer to vHarmony as once she reaches 0hp she can no longer choose to suffer damage. If vHarmony is one of the three players in range, she will always suffer that damage, so the Alchemist player, choosing order of resolution, should probably choose to affect her first. Reopening thread for any follow up questions.
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    Battering Ram and b2b obstacles

    Correctly answered. Provided the advance does not end on the obstruction (the are no obstacles in Guild Ball) then the advance is legal.
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    Wrapping and harriers

    Correctly answered. Damage modifiers are calculated before resolving results. Results can affect later results through positioning or other changes in board state, but there is no recalculation of damage modifiers.
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    Blessing of Old and condition damage

    Correctly answered
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    Dark Souls The card game

    I've moved back to Dark Souls the Card Game as it's not a good fit in the GB rules forum. I've left a "shadow" link from there for 30 days, though, so hopefully Bryce or one of the devs might see it.
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    Sweeping Charge and Tough Hide

    Correctly answered.
  10. Please do not reply to threads marked checking. Locking until an official response.
  11. Original question answered, locking thread.
  12. Correctly answered. A player can choose to automatically hit with character plays that target friendly models.
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    Precise calculations

    Correctly answered.
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    Lawyers Guild Authority?

    I can confirm that everything I say is true.
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    Ester's Aria

    Correctly answered
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    Impale and Sweeping Charge

    Correctly answered
  17. All results are selected and announced, playbook DMG and pushes are combined, and then the order of resolution is decided by the controlling player. It is not possible to select a result, wait for the moment to react, and then select another
  18. Character plays from the playbook do not have an influence CST. Last Light allows a model to pay MOM instead of INF. If INF isn't being spent, then Last Light isn't applicable.
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    Loved Creature vs Sweeping Charge

    Correctly answered by @Spinsane
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    Windfinder KD off Playbook Eye Spy

    The nature of special rules is that they sometimes ignore basic rules. Question has been answered, locking thread.
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    Windfinder KD off Playbook Eye Spy

    Resilience ignores the entire attack and any effects of it (other than influence spent). The model is not knocked down.
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