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  1. When is the Vengeance Token for Who are Ya removed? Before anyone hops in keep in mind that the wording has changed on this plot card since season 1. The current wording is "The enemy model gains a vengeance token. When a friendly model makes an Attack against an enemy model that has a vengeance-token, the friendly model may remove the vengeance-token to gain [+4] net-hits." If we consult the timing chart for the sequence of the attack (p. 53) it seems like it the token is discarded in step 2 Attack Process this is when the model makes the attack; after declare reactions before dice are rolled. And then in 2.3.1 Net Hits phase you gain gain [+4] net-hits. Now Midas Touch is a similarly worded rule that has a ruling. If this ruling applies to both I would like to know why it does. Can Net Hits only be gained in the Net Hits phase? When the card says "makes an attack" does it really mean "while making an attack" so you can discard it during any phase? Lastly I apologize if my question comes off harsh since I covered this in a recent YouTube (plug) video and I felt like I did my due diligence but it seems like I may have gotten this wrong.