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The Attack specific Switch within Boomerang

Discussion in 'Legendary Bahadurs' started by Roadrunner7431, Dec 17, 2018.

  1. Roadrunner7431

    Roadrunner7431 Well-Known Member
    Aristeia! Warcor

    Dec 24, 2017
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    The Attack specific Switch within Boomerang says that for :1::3: "After the Resolution step of this Attack, perform Bounce once......" If the Active player rolls :1::1::3::3: may he perform Bounce once for each pair of :1::3:? This would allow two Bounces and each to a different Target. Some players make the analogy to Mushashi's Ken no Sen where we already have a ruling that the Attack specific switch of :1::3::3: is not cumulative and does not allow two more Attacks if the Active player would be lucky enough to roll :1::1::3::3::3::3:. However we know that Mendoza may apply :A: for each :2: for his Attack specific Switch within Flamma Veritatis. A ruling by @-V- would be helpful.
  2. -V-

    -V- A! Team member
    CB Staff

    Jan 31, 2017
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    Switch of Mendoza is simply: one :2:, one :A:. Koorie's Switch is like Miyamoto's or Wild Bill's and it's stated in the FAQ:
    volgo likes this.