How exactly is the Flesh collectable by the traitor? The heroes start with it on their character cards. But neither the heroes nor traitor rules say how the traitor can obtain the item from a player's board, unless I'm interpreting things wrong.
1) The traitor's tome says "When you start your turn in a room with one or more Flesh, you may pick up one Flesh and put it on your character card." Does that include starting in a room with a character who has a flesh token on their character card?
2) Can the traitor attack the hero and steal the flesh token if enough damage was dealt, as if it were an item held by the hero?
3) If the hero dies, does it become part of the item pile of items dropped by the hero, or is it a separate thing?
4) Can the traitor pick up the flesh immediately after having killed the hero, or is the traitor only allowed to pick up the flesh at the start of the traitor turn?
5) If the traitor obtains a flesh token at the start of his or her turn before moving normally, and then uses the first special movement rule to move immediately, is the traitor able to further move normally after doing the immediate movement?
Flesh counts as an item. That means the traitor can't just pick it up if it's on a character card. However, it can be stolen using the normal stealing rules, and will become part of an item pile if the explorer dies, which the traitor could pick up immediately if she killed the explorer that turn. The movement gained from picking up Flesh does not count against the traitor's normal movement.
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