Due to the great amount of detail and crossover present throughout all the modules, it is inevitable that a few questions will arise on how to apply certain rules.
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Q: The Luck Die modifies another die in your pool. Can another die modify the Luck Die for a new result?
A: No. The Luck Die only modifies another die, not the other way around.
Q: When Relics are destroyed or lost on the adventure sheet, which Relic card(s) are removed from the deck?
A: None. Relics are never "realized" until you collect them, at which point you gain a random Relic card. A "Lost" item is Lost on the adventure sheet, not from the deck. The deck simply serves as a random generator and the card is a physical reminder of the Relic you collected.
Q: Can you clarify how dice are used to open and move through doors?
A: Here is an example: First die: move to be adjacent to door. Second die: open door (no movement) Third die: move through door.
Q: In Chapter Two, there are no Crumbling Path lines drawn. Are the X’s drawn as Traps also considered Crumbling Paths?
A: No. Despite the ambiguity in the Crumbling Paths: Special Rule box, there are no Crumbling Paths in Chapter Two.
Q: When I am asked to discard a Relic card (such as when using Nikarik), where does it go?
A: Simply discard a Relic from your hand to the Relic discard pile.
Q: What does “discard any 2 dice from your pool” mean?
A: Discard any 2 dice in your pool (e.g., 1 white + Luck die, 2 white, Orb and Combat, etc.). Then, move normally using the value on the Doom die. This is not an activation, just simply do the instructions on the card as written.
Q: Sekhmet’s ability is to “deal up to 6 damage to an enemy, then suffer -2 Fortitude. If I use her in Fortress of Terror and finish off Bram with her ability, would I ignore the -2 Fortitude loss that follows damaging him?
A: No. Thematically, since Sekhmet is doing a ferocious attack that damages both you and the enemy, you must suffer the -2 damage before ending the game.