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When you're fighting packs of creatures, like the Wolves or Boogens, can you do partial damage (like 20 pts on a Wolf, who has 40pts of LP) and then finish it off next round? If so, how should players track that?

Also, for the Wolf Pack, is the card itself considered a Wolf or just the tokens it spawns?

Thanks for any answers anyone can provide! Such a fantastic game! I can barely stand the wait for the new sets coming out in January!!
 
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I think you can, and you could leave the damage card next to that token until it's gone.
 
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From the designer:

When fighting any token creature, place your attack card in front of the token after it is revealed. If it is not sufficient to kill it, the card stays to form it's own damage stack. So, yes, you can add to it in later turns.

In the wolf encounter, use token for all the wolves (ignoring the card itself). When the last wolf is killed, you can either give the player who killed it the token and a +2 token to show it was the pack leader - or award them the card as the three prestige and discard the token. Your choice.

Glad you are enjoying it!
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