Example : A Level 1 Krosmaster that already has a revealed Technique is considered as not having DR on it. It is possible to give it a new DR despite the limitation due to its level, but it is also possible to activate a second Technique.
Example : If Arthur Bine is adjacent to an opposing Shak Shaka, the cost of his spell Stowage is 2 MP and 1 AP even if there wasn’t an AP value in the spell cost of Stowage.
Exemple : The spell cost of bomb’s spell «Explosion » can’t be altered.
Example: Goultard The Barbarian’s Black Steam Spell can be used once per turn. His Dark Cloud Spell can be used once per game.
Example: Theo can teleport himself with “Group Transfer”.
However, he will not teleport an adjacent Unfazed ally.
Example: Oscar Kass (10HP, 2 Injuries) casts Con on Bill Tell (6HP, 5 Injuries). Con is a Spell that Steals Health. Thanks to a Critical Hit, Con deals 2 Damage to Bill Tell. A first Injury marker is placed on Bill Tell, who is then immediately KO’ed. The second Injury is lost. A single Injury marker is removed from Oscar Kass’s card.
Example: Merkator (17HP, 1 Injury) casts his Spell Foggone Conclusion and Rolls a Critical Hit. Foggone Conclusion should Heal 2 Injuries from Merkator. A first Injury marker is removed from Merkator. Since there are no more Injury markers on Merkator, the second point of Heal is lost, and Merkator is only Healed of 1 Injury.
Example: Naz Rael inflicts Injuries with “Claw Attack” because the power mentions that it is Naz Rael who causes the injuries. He would trigger the power “Rolbak” by rolling a lock roll against a Count Frigost.
Example: Injuries placed by Dark Vlad’s “Iopinism” are inflicted by Dark Vlad even if its power doesn’t specify that’s the case.
Example: “Krobust” from Merkator will not limit the number of Injuries exchanged by Djaul’s attack.
Example: Lilotte has a +1 Range marker on her at the beginning of the turn. During the Activation phase, this marker is removed and all of her spells with alterable range have +1 max range until the end of turn.
Example: Puny Vampire has the spell “Certain Death” which puts a “Bleeding” marker on the targeted Krosmaster.
Example: Puny Vampire uses his “Certain Death” spell on an opposing Queen of the Tofus. If on the next turn, the Puny Vampire uses his spell again on an opposing, Yugo, the “Bleeding” marker is removed from the Queen of the Tofus and placed on Yugo.
Example: If the Puny Vampire is adjacent to an opposing Malee Burhrum,even if Malee has a Bleeding marker on her, she will be able to heal herself. As the Puny Vampire as temporarily no powers, the Bleeding marker has no effect.
Example: Oscar Kass’s Spell Con is a close combat spell; it has a range of 1, and cannot be increase.
Example: Oscar Kass’s Deviousness Spell is a Ranged Spell with MIN Range 2 and MAX Range 3. This Spell cannot target a cell adjacent to Oscar Kass, or a cell located more than 4 cells away from Oscar Kass.
Example: Anna Tommy’s Assault Spell is a Line Attack Spell with MIN Range 1 and MAX Range 2. This Spell cannot target a cell located on a diagonal from Anna Tommy.
Example: Count Harebourg’s Oscillation Spell is a Spell without Line of Sight. It can be cast on any Spell within range, ignoring the Lines of Sight.
Example: Merkator’s Foggone Conclusion Spell is a Personal Spell. It can only be cast targeted the cell where Merkator is located.
Example: Anna Tommy’s Assault Spell is a Spell with a non-alterable Range. Oscar Kass’s Deviousness Spell is a Spell with alterable Range; its MAX Range can be increased or decreased.
Example: Amalia’s Spell Defensive Brambles has a Cross Area of Effect.
Example: Oscar Kass is standing on a Crate. His Deviousness Spell has a MIN Range of 2 and a MAX Range of 4.
Example: The power “Shadow of the jungle” of Darkli Moon can only trigger once per fight. On the contrary, the power “Laid Low” from the Monks can trigger at each of the player’s turn as a specific time context (“During your turn”) is established.
Example: to check if Remington Smisse’s power “Shushus a-Gogo” heals him, we only take the Injuries he inflicted during his turn into account. So, inflicting an Injury during the first turn of the game won’t guarantee that he will be healed every turn afterwards.
Example: When the Nun casts her “Fatebook” spell, she can select an ally adjacent to herself to apply the effect.
Example: The Monks power “Laid Low” only triggers when a opposing Krosmaster (to the player controlling the Monk owning this power) is KOd during this player’s turn.
Example: the additional effect of spell “Pierces armor” is created during step 3, but cannot be resolved until step 5.
Example: Yugo – Young King suffer enough Injuries to lose his Counter power. Since this power is no longer owned by Yugo, its effect doesn’t trigger.
Example: Doo Rex uses his “Backlash” spell. He applies to himself a continuous effect until the end of the turn that increases the next “Backlash” damage by 1.
Example: Djaul’s power “Descendre Prank” triggers a punctual effect, at the beginning of the fight. The resolution of that effect applies a continuous effect on Djaul which reduces him to level 0.
That is why, even if his power is cancelled, the effect remains.
Example: The Nun uses her “Fatebook” spell with an ally owning the “Unfazed” power adjacent to her. When the spell resolves, the player can choose this ally for the displacing effect of the spell. The effect will place a Tombstone into play, then, since the ally is Unfazed, it will not be moved at all.
Example: Buck Anear casts his spell “Turt Hell”. This effect alters units, therefore, if later during the same turn, a allied Summon is put into the game, it will not gain the “Immune” power.
Example: Kriss Krass targets a Krosmaster with his “Fraud” spell.
When this spell is resolved, “Fraud” applies a continuous effect on the target that makes it loses all of his powers. If the target is or become adjacent to Doo Rex, it will not gain any elemental resistance from “Feca Shield”, because the loss of powers effect has priority over the bonus given by “Feca Shield”.
Example: The spell has “Pushes back 2 cells”. If there is an obstacle 2 cells behind the target, the spell will still push the target back 1 cell.
Example : When Darkness Knight copies an allied Grougaloragran’s power, Darkness Knight gains all types from all Krosmasters in play.
Example: King of the Gobballs “Gobbolob” attack inflicts +2 damage if there is at least one GOBBALL adjacent to the target of the spell. This attack is reinforced if a Gobball (the summoned mob) – even an opposing one – is adjacent to the target, but also if the Royal Gobball (which has the Gobball type) is adjacent to the target.
Exemple: The “Summon Gobball” spell from the King of the Gobballs cannot put a Royal Gobball into play because it is a Krosmaster, even if it has the Gobball type.
Example: You play Elogio and Black Crow in your Team. If you already have a Crackstone and a Crobak into play, Elogio cannot summon another Crackstone (as his limit is 2), but the Black Crow can summon another Crobak..
Example: The Black Crow has the spell “Crobak Nosedive (3)” which is an Attack Summon spell. He can target and deal damage with this spell even if he already has 3 Crobak in play; however, when he does so, no new Crobak will be summoned, as it would exceed the Summons Control value.
Example: The Queen of the Tofus controls 3 Tofus. She cannot Summon another one using her Summon Tofu (3) Spell. During his turn, the opposing player KO’s a Tofu, which is removed from the arena. The Queen of the Tofus can now cast her Summon Tofu (3) Spell again.