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The Mission part of the Personal Missions card, Settle a Score, reads:
Successfully Sneak past a Villain, without them finding you.
Defeat a Villain in Combat by doing more Hits to them than they do to you.
My question is on the second part. In general, doing more Hits to a Villain than they do to you does not defeat the Villain; defeating a Villain is that rarest of events when you have enough Fight rounds against him or her to KO them before they can KO you.
Does the card mean that for purposes of this card only, if you do more Hits to the Villain than the Villain does to you, you KO them and get the Personal Missions reward (2 Fortune)? Or is it just saying that by doing more hits to the Villain you get the reward, but the Villain is not KO'd? I think the phrase "Defeat a Villain in Combat" is throwing me
I've not seen it myself yet, but if the two options are supposed to be equivalent, I'd say it means that by beating a villain in a single round of combat you get the reward (but the villain won't be KO'd).
Certainly knocking out a villain is a lot harder than sneaking past, winning a round of combat is about the same.