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Author:  swinefeld [ Mon Jun 22, 2009 10:32 am ]
Post subject:  Durge (CS) CE + Relay Orders?

Durge:
Commander Effect
Non-Unique followers who end their move within 6 squares of this character gain Momentum.


As this is a bit different than the usual "followers within 6..." wording of many CEs, I am wondering if a Mouse Droid can spread this CE around the board. I think not, but am looking for confirmation.

Author:  broodwarjc [ Mon Jun 22, 2009 10:49 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Durge (CS) CE + Relay Orders?

Yes, because the mouse droid just copies CE in a sense, so if a follower stoped within 6 of a mouse droid they would get the momentum.

Author:  swinefeld [ Mon Jun 22, 2009 11:07 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Durge (CS) CE + Relay Orders?

broodwarjc wrote:
Yes, because the mouse droid just copies CE in a sense, so if a follower stoped within 6 of a mouse droid they would get the momentum.


I wasn't really sure, but I like your answer 8-)
Thank you!

Author:  LoboStele [ Mon Jun 22, 2009 11:33 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Durge (CS) CE + Relay Orders?

broodwarjc wrote:
Yes, because the mouse droid just copies CE in a sense, so if a follower stoped within 6 of a mouse droid they would get the momentum.


This is not necessarily true. CEs like Roan Fel's do not work with the Mouse Droid, so be careful getting yourself thinking in those terms.

As for Durge CS's CE....that's a tough one. I'd venture to say that yes, it should work. Might want to check with NickName to be sure though. The goofy wording compared to "...within 6 squares..." style CEs could make the difference.

Author:  swinefeld [ Mon Jun 22, 2009 11:46 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Durge (CS) CE + Relay Orders?

LoboStele wrote:
broodwarjc wrote:
Yes, because the mouse droid just copies CE in a sense, so if a follower stoped within 6 of a mouse droid they would get the momentum.


This is not necessarily true. CEs like Roan Fel's do not work with the Mouse Droid, so be careful getting yourself thinking in those terms.

As for Durge CS's CE....that's a tough one. I'd venture to say that yes, it should work. Might want to check with NickName to be sure though. The goofy wording compared to "...within 6 squares..." style CEs could make the difference.


I was afraid I would have to do that - I just love looking for stuff on WotC :lol:
Thanks Lobo!

Author:  Lackey [ Mon Jun 22, 2009 11:49 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Durge (CS) CE + Relay Orders?

I really don't see where there would be an issue with Durge's CE working with the Mouse Droids. The droids ability works with CEs that have a range and clearly Durge's CE is a ranged CE. The different wording on his CE is to prevent any additional confusion on when the CE is effective.

Author:  LoboStele [ Mon Jun 22, 2009 11:51 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Durge (CS) CE + Relay Orders?

Lackey wrote:
I really don't see where there would be an issue with Durge's CE working with the Mouse Droids. The droids ability works with CEs that have a range and clearly Durge's CE is a ranged CE. The different wording on his CE is to prevent any additional confusion on when the CE is effective.


Oh, good call. I should've read it closer to start with. Durge's CE clearly includes the "...within 6 squares..." portion I was referencing earlier, and as Lackey points out, the only other reason the wording is different is to clarify that you only get Momentum at the end of your movement. Absolutely works with the Mouse Droids. No question about it.

Author:  jedispyder [ Sat Jun 27, 2009 12:47 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Durge (CS) CE + Relay Orders?

AFAIK, if the CE has a range of "within [#] squares" then it works with Relay Orders. Only reason Roan Fel's CE doesn't work is because there is no range to it since NN clarified that "adjacent" is a condition and not range. I can't think of any other CEs that Relay Orders won't work with besides the "adjacent" ones...

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