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When is it possible for DS Rin Farrah to have line of sight to somone and them not to have line of sight back? Seems like there has to be another effect in play to make this possible and not just positioning.


July 10th, 2017, 8:35 pm
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I believe it should be worded like regular Rin Farrah's ability - if she can claim cover she gains the damage.


July 10th, 2017, 9:37 pm
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Yeah, because Rin and DS Rin have Stealth they are able to draw LoS to things that cannot draw LoS back if they have cover. It might be better to have them worded so that it just calls out the cover.

eg: "If Rin Farrah has cover from the target of Unseen Shot; gain Damage 3."

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July 11th, 2017, 5:36 am
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Obsidian-Crane wrote:
Yeah, because Rin and DS Rin have Stealth they are able to draw LoS to things that cannot draw LoS back if they have cover. It might be better to have them worded so that it just calls out the cover.

eg: "If Rin Farrah has cover from the target of Unseen Shot; gain Damage 3."


Technically I thought they can still draw LoS, because Melee still works even if the stealth unit is benefiting from cover, it just stops them from being targeted by ranged or psychic attacks from units they have cover from. But end result is the same, DS Rin's ability should be modified to match the wording of Rin's attack if the intent that it functions the same way.

That said, the name should probably be changed. Same problem the Pit Crew and Betty had, with abilities that share the same name but have different effects.


July 11th, 2017, 11:50 am
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