Sorry, I have to ask some more questions about the quest card "Trials of Zorek".
Trials of Zorek: "(...) When the hero is in the chose area during the quest phase he trains each of his attributes and the receives a reward."
That means the following:
(1) In the quest phase, I arrive in the marked area with the city, I can immediately choose training of all my attributes as quest action, thereby accomplishing this quest.
(2) I cannot accomplish this quest in the same quest phase, I arrive in the marked city, because I have moved, and therefor I cannot train anymore. I must wait until the next quest phase, choosing the quest action train, to accomplish this quest.
Furthermore, I assume, once the quest "Trials of Zorek" is revealed and "initiated", it can nevertheless be discarded by replacement quest cards (For example by drawing quest cards for the cities in the support order). And if that is done, the two placed influence tokens for this quest are discarded, too (i.e. once this quest appears anew, a new influence bid is performed)?
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It means you complete it immediately when you move there during the quest phase (after exploring, peeking at the rune token etc), and as the reward, you gain a Reward and train each of your attributes.
If you had to waste another year to train there, it'd say something "When this hero chooses the 'Train' action in this area..."
Compare to other effects like the Traveling Merchant exploration token, Quest Cards that say to train etc.
Yes, it can be discarded by replacement Quest Cards, and the influence tokens are discarded.
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I agree with David. Training your attributes is part of the "prize" for completing the quest, not part of the requirements.
If you treated it as part of the requirements, it would take you FOUR quests to do this; one to move there, and 3 to train each attribute.
All you have to do is move there; as soon as you do, the quest is complete, you get a reward card and you also get to train each attribute once as a bonus.
There are several other quests that give training as a "prize" too.
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