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  1. The rules for Beam and Area Attacks tell us that they do not target models and that they do target models. I find this very confusing, especially when considering Shadow Organization. In the case of Beam Attacks, in particular, it says to place the range tool and then attack each enemy hit by the template. Shadow Organization says that enemy characters must be within 2 in order to target the affected models. Since the Beam does not, as written, declare a target, what happens when the Beam attack is made (assuming a Beam length of, say, 4 and all enemies being over 2 away)? 1. The Beam still hits the enemies who have had Shadow played on them. 2. The Beam cannot be made at all as there are no enemies closer than 2, despite the Beam being 4 long. 3. The Beam is wasted.
  2. In the event that someone like Rocket is getting hit with an AoE or Beam, and Groot(or another bodyguard ect) is also in the beam/AoE, can Rocket still assign his incoming portion of the attack to Groot, thus making Groot get hit twice by the same attack?
  3. If an enemy uses a beam to attack multiple characters and Ghost-Spider uses life saver to move one of them out of the path of the beam, but still in "range", does it get hit? (eg if the attack is B3 and the target is still within 3 of the attacking character)
  4. If someone initiates a beam attack and targets Loki and Quicksilver. If both use trickster and Can’t Catch Me respectfully to get out of range of the beam, does the person initiating lose the attack action because the beam targeted multiple people even though neither targets could be actually targeted?
  5. If an ally has stealth at range greater than 3, will they be hit by the 1 point of damage from a beam attack?
  6. Hi, If Ronan is the first target of a beam attack and is Dazed/KO'd, then uses his superpower The Accuser and KOes the attacker who is then saved by Lockjaw's Last Minute Save, does the beam continue or is it interrupted? Thanks!
  7. In an Area attack, “Allied characters in range of an area attack suffer 1 damage”. Since the attacker is in range and allied to themself, do they also suffer a wound?
  8. Can a character make a beam or AOE attack through Seeing Red if the opposing character that dazed the ally is targeted by the beam/AOE attack?
  9. If my opponent has Cap Falcon as a leader, if I hit 2 or more characters with a beam or area attack when i resolve the attack against the first target, if I daze it does it instantly trigger cap falcon leadership or I resolve all of my attacks against the characters hit by the beam /area first?
  10. Hi, how does this leadership triggers, if I attack multyple characters with beam/area? Thanks
  11. Hi, I play battle lust card and use beam/aoe attack. Then I hit 2 mini. All my attack gets +2 ?
  12. If a character is making an area attack against multiple characters, dazes the first, and the dazed character's player uses Sam Wilson's leadership to advance into range of the area/beam attack, are they then able to be targeted? If so, and the area/beam is against a single target, would the attack action end before being able to make the second attack?
  13. Hi! According to this I suppose this would be the same scenario, but I prefer to ask: when using a beam attack targetting three different enemy characters, could I modify all the attacks with Mystic Empowerment, or only one of them because of the "once per turn" limit? Thanks!
  14. Hoping you can clarify when Wicked's Judgement from Ghost Rider would trigger on a beam attack. Can Ghost Rider pay to use this ability after each character is attacked? I ask this as a previous post about Wicked's Judgement on a rapid fire attack states that Rapid fire would trigger first and then Ghost Rider could use Wicked Judgement on the first attack dice pool, but after the second attack had gone through. However, is the beam attack considered to be resolved with each dice roll against each character and therefore Ghost Rider can use the ability after each attack or would he wait until all attacks are finalized and the specific attack sequence ends for him to use it based on the initial dice pool? Seems strange that an ability to rapid fire would mean that attack sequence has not ended yet, but a beam attack is treated as resolved after each attack, even though the overall attack has not been resolved? Had this come up in a game where Ghost Rider did this after each attack from Hulks Thunder Clap (which was targeting 4 characters including Ghost Rider) and ended up doing something like 14 damage to Hulk and knocked him out. Also, does wicked judgement need to happen before Spirit of vengeance? So can Ghost Rider use spirit of vengeance to gain one power to enable him to perform Wicked's Judgement if he only had one power before this point?
  15. When is something declared the target of a beam/area attack? Is it when you check to see what models are in range, or when you resolve each individual attack. Say my opponent is attacking 3 of my characters with a beam/area attack, and one of them is She-Hulk. If they are both within range 2 of She-Hulk do I need to declare if she is using legal defense for one, or both, of the other models right away? Or is it declared as my opponent goes through each individual attack?
  16. I remember reading at one point that area and beam attacks worked like this: Lay template down all characters under the template are able to be targeted unless something says otherwise IE stealth. Attacks happen in order the attacker chooses Allied models take 1 damage for the attack instead of rolling attack dice against them. And then I swear i saw something the other day that said you can not target your own models with an attack, is this true and you dont take the damage or am i missremembering this. If i could just get a quick breakdown of how friendly models are interacted with area and beam attacks that would be great! thanks as always
  17. I'd like to get the official word on this since its the opposite of most interactions. We have an attacker making a beam or area attack against a single target during its activation. Ghost-Spider uses Life Saver to pull the attacked character outside of the attacks range OR Loki uses Trickster to get outside of the attacks range. The attacker gets another action as per Life Saver/Tricksters rules, since the attack only targeted a single character. If that attack cost power though, the attacker will still have spent that power in this situation, correct? Unlike normal attacks that pay power in Appendix A step 3 (which is after Life Saver or Trickster triggers & resolves), Beam and Area attacks state that you pay power prior to triggering the targeting step on any individual character.
  18. If a character plays Lethal Protector and moves venom into a beam attack. Do you get to resolve a separate attack against venom now that he has placed himself into the beam?
  19. Storm lays a beam on who is not in cover. Antman uses pym particle control to move to a location not under the beam that he would have cover. Per the errata the beam would still hit him but would he benefit from cover? When is cover actually determined?
  20. If I make a beam attack (for example with Cyclop), do I have to choose an initial target, place the tool centered to its base and check which enemies are affected by beam, or I can place the end of range tool not touching enemy models to cover as much enemy models as possible with it's middle part?
  21. Storm uses hurricane power on 2 enemies. The first enemy is Sabretooth. He responds with untamed force and defeats Storm. Does the second enemy receive the hurricane attack? Thank you
  22. Vision targets a character with his beam attack and an allied Thanos uses Death's Decree. If there's multiple enemies under the beam template do all attack rolls get the bonus attack dice or just against the original declared target or against any target under the beam template?
  23. Good day. Can someone please explain to me how beam and area attacks work? (How the range tools are set) Thank you!
  24. If Cyclops shoots @ a target at range 4 & another target with Stealth is between them but over range 3 away do you just not roll an attack on the stealth figure?
  25. Can i target stealth characters on 4 range beam attacks? Or i need be in 3 regardless of type of my attack
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