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Guarded Attack & Unusual Sighting
#1
Hi guys,

I'm confused by the wording of #139 (Wizard Assist in Unusual Sighting) as it relates to #101 (Guarded Attack). My confusion is that wizards are limited to just one spell per turn, yet both of these actions #139/101 are spells. And yet, it seems that I must issue a #139 for my wizard to participate and #101 directly references benefits with unusual sightings.

If you can do both, maybe the reference to #139 being a "spell" should be stricken.

~Jason
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#2
(08-26-2013, 06:08 PM)j2klbs Wrote: Hi guys,

I'm confused by the wording of #139 (Wizard Assist in Unusual Sighting) as it relates to #101 (Guarded Attack). My confusion is that wizards are limited to just one spell per turn, yet both of these actions #139/101 are spells. And yet, it seems that I must issue a #139 for my wizard to participate and #101 directly references benefits with unusual sightings.

If you can do both, maybe the reference to #139 being a "spell" should be stricken.

~Jason

You issue either 101 (safe) or 139 (more effective/ added risk) not both.
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#3
Thanks so much Hawk!!!

~Jason
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