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 Post subject: Force point usage during your opponents turn
PostPosted: Sun Feb 05, 2012 4:42 pm 
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The rule with force points is you can use one force ability during your turn, Master of the force allows you to do a number abilities equal to the Master rating. How does this apply when it is not your turn? For example, Lightsaber Defense.

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 05, 2012 5:21 pm 
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Actually, Force point usage is per turn, not your turn. Thus, you can respond a number of time = to your MOTF per character turn.

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The_Celestial_Warrior wrote:
Actually, Force point usage is per turn, not your turn. Thus, you can respond a number of time = to your MOTF per character turn.


So if Rex shoots force user "A" with no master of the force the force user can respond to one of Rex's attacks.. Now the question is can that Jedi then respond to an attack from another character that round?

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 05, 2012 7:47 pm 
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audrisampson wrote:
The_Celestial_Warrior wrote:
Actually, Force point usage is per turn, not your turn. Thus, you can respond a number of time = to your MOTF per character turn.


So if Rex shoots force user "A" with no master of the force the force user can respond to one of Rex's attacks.. Now the question is can that Jedi then respond to an attack from another character that round?


Darn, thought I answered that question... :D

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Yeah you did, I shouldn't be asking mini's questions while watching football LOL!

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 05, 2012 7:56 pm 
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audrisampson wrote:
Yeah you did, I shouldn't be asking mini's questions while watching football LOL!



Whew, I was worried, since Iw as answering them doing likewise :D

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Try explaining this big game changing ruling to minis players who are watching football and consuming lots of beer LOL!! (HannahCannon and SvenBlackSunVigo)

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Not so much beer I can still multi-task and work this forum on a kindle...lol

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That just means your slacking... and for other readers is it pathetic that Sven is two seats over from me right now and were talking via here.

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 05, 2012 8:18 pm 
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Not at all, really just shows how the world has gotten so reliant apon technology. Also this way i wont get dirty looks for talking over your landlord...lol. like when I burst into laughter at the half time show.

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