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  1. I have a question about Phiona Gage’s ability, “It’s Me You’re Fighting” It’s Me You’re Fighting: Once per tern after an enemy model engaged with this model fails a Wp duel outside this models activation this model may make a melee attack action against it after resolving the current action. In a game, my opponent and I found different ways of interpreting how the ability reads and I would love your opinions. Here’s an example that illustrates the conflicting interpretation. An enemy model, let’s say a Punk Zombie, is 6” away from Phiona. Nellie Cochrane activates and targets the Punk Zombie with Propaganda and successfully attacks and coincidentally pushes the Punk Zombie 5” towards Phiona. The enemy PZ is now within Phiona’s engagement, can she use her “It’s Me You’re Fighting:” ability? The conflict is whether “an enemy model engaged with this model” is determined at the point of: 1. Immediately when it fails the Wp duel 2. After resolving the current action. YES: Because the requirements are, Engagement, WP Duel Fail, Outside activation, if all three are met “After resolving the current action” then it’s legal. NO: Because the enemy model wasn’t engaged during the point of the failed duel, which then means the timing doesn’t allow for the ability to resolve. Thought?
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