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Serena Bowman Stunned


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  1. It may be clearer to say that the effects of Stunned doesn’t change what a bonus action is, just like Fast and Slow don’t cause a model to gain or lose actions.

Instead, each time you’re at the top of the “Take Actions” loop for Step 2 of an activation, you recount the actions you’ve taken and refigure the answer to “Can I still take another action?” using whether you’re -currently- Fast, Slow, or Stunned.

Crucially, that means that a model can take an action and then the next time it to the top of the loop discover that it’s well over its action limit (because it gained Slow and/or Stunned and/or lost Fast), or (unexpectedly) can take another action because of the opposite.  The action limit ends up being a moving target, but you’re not penalized for ending up overshooting it.  :)
 

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This is an interesting one. Stunned means her Bonus Action counts as a regular action, right? She used the Bonus Action while Stunned, which counts it as a regular action. If Stunned is removed in this way, she (by my accounting) still used an Action Point to do so. I don't think it would retroactively change the type of action?

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5 minutes ago, regleant said:

This is an interesting one. Stunned means her Bonus Action counts as a regular action, right? She used the Bonus Action while Stunned, which counts it as a regular action. If Stunned is removed in this way, she (by my accounting) still used an Action Point to do so. I don't think it would retroactively change the type of action?

Action points no longer exist, that is old malifaux (first and second edition). 

You count the actions you have done and then see if you can do another. So whilst she has the stunned condition you count the bonus action as an action. Once she no longer has the stunned condition you can count and see she has done 1 bonus action and 1 normal action, therefore she can still do one more normal action (for example)

 

 

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