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Subject: Centipede and heals rss

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Ian Armstrong
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Couple questions re: the rules after our latest play of chapter 1. We lost again, but got further this time.

1) Does the centipede deal actual wound markers in addition to a stun marker on hit? Or does it just stun instead of the wounds?

2) Can the various heal abilities be used on the mouse to which they are currently attached? Or can you just heal other mice and not yourself?

Answer to #2 could have determined if we actually won this last time, as we ruled you could not heal yourself based on the wording of the ability card.

Thanks.
 
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Ken Marley
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1) Centipede does do wounds and a stun.

2) You are allowed to heal yourself.
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Brandon Alderman
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The centipede causes both the reason it sucks is cause you have to take a recover action next turn so it sort of shuts a mouse down for a turn.

Yes you can heal yourself we did what your group did the first time through too cause of the wording but Jerry answered this in another thread.

Good luck in chapter 1 again.
 
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Bernhard W
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dante2010xxx wrote:
...We lost again, but got further this time.

Good luck next time and make sure you get all the extra achievement tokens (miz maggies pie, roachmaster, scaper) that advance the chapter end marker by one.
 
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