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Marcel Kaul
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....in the Road to Legend App, monsters often refer to 'the hero with most/least Hitpoints'. How do you handle the images summoned by the conjurer? They only take one damage/fatigue. Are they considered a hero with 1 HP?
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Erik Burigo
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Shaodws of Nerekhall wrote:
Each image token is treated as a hero figure with the Conjurer’s attributes and 1 gray defense die.


Road to Legend wrote:
When a monster is instructed to target a hero, tokens that can be targeted by attacks and figures treated as heroes are included as possible targets. For the purpose of targeting, if a familiar or attackable token does not have the statistic the monster is targeting, that familiar or token is considered to have a value of 0 for the corresponding statistic.


Thus, while your image tokens have the same attributes as you (Willpower, Awareness, Knowledge and Might), they have 0 Health and 0 Stamina for the purpose of monster targeting. Consequently, they also have 0 remaining Health.
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Yep, that's right. You need to be really careful with your images, because that wound and fatigue you take every time you lose one really adds up. But it can be better than taking a direct hit if you can lure an attacker.
 
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Thanks! Yes it adds up, but sometimes its worth to let the giant target the image ( if possible ) rather than your frontline hero. Especially when you have a healer with you!
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