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We've had a few threads hinged upon trying to determine how to correctly flip multiple cards. The biggest issue here is how to deal with new cards you draw during the flip. I fired a few questions off to FFG (some on other matters addressed in other threads) and just received a response:
The questions were
4) What is the intended way to implement a "Flip 3 cards" type effect? Do you randomly choose the 3 and then flip them, or do you choose one at a time, possibly requiring multiple randomisations? This is especially important when flipping one card tells you to draw another facedown card of that type and whether it can trigger.
5) For the "Flip all your facedown Horror/Damage" effect, if you flip a card that tells you to flip an additional card of that type, what do you do, given you are already flipping them all?
And the answers:
Kara Centell-Dunk - FFG wrote:
4) The investigator randomly chooses the three and flips them faceup.
5) All the cards are flipped faceup, so there would be no available facedown card to flip faceup.
It now seems much clearer how we handle these effects. Select all the cards you are going to flip and then flip them, not caring about new cards you might draw in the process. If you happened to draw a new card while flipping all of them, it can be flipped by a "flip an additional card" effect, but that's it.