Some cards say things along the lines of "Either discard 2 success tokens or lose 2 wounds", now how do I interpret this, is it:
"Choose one: Discard 2 success tokens or lose 2 wounds"
"discard 2 success tokens, if you cannot then lose 2 wounds instead"
If it is regarded as the first one, then can I choose to "discard 2 success tokens" even though I do not have any?
Many Thanks in advance!!
Grammar lesson: either / or means you get a choice.
I can see the argument about wording it more clearly...but brevity often wins over clarity in card games.
That said, you must be able to "pay the full price" of a negative option you choose. Thus you must have 2 boons in order to choose "discard 2 boons" etc