Forgive me if this has been asked/answered, but the only thread I could find on this on the old forum seemed to be inconclusive. Essentially, a question came up at LVO concerning killing the HVT as a designated target. (Note, for reference the rules for Designated Target HVTs differs from killing a normal HVT in the following respect. Taken from a designated target scenario in ITS Season 9 - "In this scenario, the enemy HVT is considered an enemy trooper instead of a Neutral Civilian so, it can be targeted by Attacks. Killing the enemy HVT does not cause loss of the game nor gives compensatory Objective Points to the adversary.") So two important questions seem to come from this: 1.) Can you use the doctor skill to revive an unconscious HVT? The doctor skill refers to troopers, and so this question comes about because the HVT is now an "enemy trooper" (not a neutral civilian). However, while being an enemy trooper to your opponent doesn't make it "friendly" to you, the doctor skill does not specify the target has to be "friendly" either (perhaps surprisingly). 2.) So now a related question, if you fail the roll (even after command token expenditure), do you now lose the game? Note that the rule specifies that killing the enemy HVT does not cause you to lose the game, but it says nothing about killing your own.