Emmerson Grant wrote:His S-bombs nail unled infantry and causes Tramennis to attack him, enabling him to counter-attack.
Geordy wrote:We are still off-turn! So be it uncroaked, turned or healed - you have GK on your forehead, you are not allowed to attack unless being attacked yourself. (except for being yellow and a dragon)
I'm not sure I follow. There seems to be some impression here that the GK units cannot attack unless Jetstone attacks first. Where was it said that you cannot attack off-turn? You can't move
(between hexes), which prevents you from attacking unless the enemy enters your hex. But if there are enemy units in your hex, you can attack them.
I don't recall this being directly stated, but it is an artifact of the canon about unled units being forced to attack. If an unled unit is forced to attack, then a led unit must have the option to attack. If an unled unit must attack, then a led stack that enters a hex containing unled enemy units must be attacked, off-turn, by those unled units.
Kizmet wrote:Can dwagons be decrypted? I doubt it just to avoid the "my arkentool is more powerful than yours" pissing contest.
I don't see why not -- practically every unit type can be decrypted.
Especially because, you know, decrypted Archons.
Nihila wrote:Whoa. Promoting units to heavy? Well, now we know of one more special that can be added.
Being a heavy unit is not a special. Bogrolls stats didn't say special at all. Of course, I'm assuming that a Twoll counts as a heavy, but if a unit which is twice as large as a caster isn't a heavy, then what is?