So this may be semantics in the wording again but Sacrifice says you can't guard but could you parry?
The argument here is it doesn't say guard 'action'. Guarding and Parrying were previously described as two different was to protect oneself during a guard action, one using a shield and the other a weapon.
So whats the general opinion? Is it meant to imply a guard action in Sacrifice description? Or would parrying still be ok?
I'm of the opinion that guard 'action' is implied but I'm curious what everyone else thinks.