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Frankie Bones

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Perhaps this is a naive question but I have no idea how to learn spells at Wardenkeep. It says you may remain there to learn new spells, but how is this done?

Do I simply place a marker on my new spell and move the Grayking closer to Lassadar?

Is learning just a matter of placing cubes and deciding how far you want the Grayking to go?
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yes you just place cubes on new spells as long as they are in your spell path and then move the Grayking
 
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dumarest123 wrote:
yes you just place cubes on new spells as long as they are in your spell path and then move the Grayking


Thank you Todd, that's how I played it. Made logical sense.

I have another question and didn't want to start another thread. So I got in a situation where I was battling in an extended battle and ran out of Manna. I was basically moving back and forth from one hex to another so that one of the servants couldn't get within one hex of me. The other one was the 4 hit point one and after 15 rolls, I lost all my manna and he had lost none.

So it was basically bogged down in this repetitive exercise of move one hex, roll, move one hex, roll and on and on. I could have continued this until I eventually rolled 4 wins but that could have taken 50 rolls so I just depleted my manna and spirit and called it a loss.

Long story, but is there any alight variant that make the extended battles less extended and repetitive?
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not really no but I think you could house rule whatever you feel seems right in that situation. Perhaps something along the lines of a retreat from the battle and move the Grayking one step closer
 
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Frankie Bones

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That makes sense. Perhaps a time limit on extended battles. Thank you for the suggestion.
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