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When it says "you" on an imperial class card, does that refer to a single figure or the whole group? If it is a single figure, how do you know which figure it is talking about? I assume it means the whole group.
Some examples are:
"You" refers to each figure in the group as appropriate.
Only 1 figure of the group is making an attack, and "its" LOS is not blocked.
Figures in a group are deployed 1 at a time, so "You" become Hidden applies to the figure being deployed at that time.
So in general the answer is, "all figures in the group".
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You refers either the activating figure or the player. In attachments it refers to (each) activating figure of the group as appropriate.
Note that if a class cards has exhaust or deplete or other cost, only the figure paying the cost gains the benefit of the ability.
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