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I'm a little confused here:



Does this mean that you look at the hits on person's rolled dice, thus making swords rolled by the defender matter? And then, if the defender rolled less swords than the attacker, the attacker rolls an extra die? Maybe I'm over-complicating this, but I'm not sure how their power works!
 
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Yes. Usually swords mean nothing on defense. Here they boost the Nobles if the defender rolls fewer than they do.
 
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I thought it meant the printed score on the card.
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Huh, that could also be it. Overthinking it! That make sense.
 
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Compare the attack values on the cards. Normally, Bloodline Nobles has an attack value of 3, so they roll one additional attack die if the defender has an attack value of 2 or less. (If the Bloodline Nobles or the defender have bonuses that increase/decrease their attack value, than take that into account.)

EDIT: I believe this is to simulate vampires overpowering weaker creatures.
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