Fuzzypaws wrote:In that case, all the people Sizemore and Wanda croaked with the volcano would still be gone, unless the volcano somehow counted as doing stuff to them to prevent their disappearance.
Sorry meant at the start of the turn of the side during who's turn they croaked. Basically, anything that dies during your turn will depop at the beginning of your next turn.
Thus if you invade and kill lots of enemies, you have to uncroak before the end of your turn. This would explain why Wanda cast the mass-uncroak before they ended turn. All the dead (from both sides) would disappear at the start of their next turn.
OTOH, presumably moving a corpse resets the clock.
I'm going to wager that croaked bodies actually disappear at the start of the second night after their demise. That way there is a full day for people to do stuff in, like you posited.
That means that the rules are different for sides that move later in the day, so doesn't seem fair.
If you are last in the day, and your enemy kills some units earlier, you get two turns to uncroak them.