Swodaems wrote:Does this mean Dance-fighting now works as an +4 or nothing deal? And would Bone Warlord stack with Leadership if I joined his stack?
The original Dance Fighting was capped at +3/+3; I'd increase the cap to +4/+4 if you had a full stack of dance-fighters, but it's still +1/+1 per 2 units in the stack.
Bone Warlord acts exactly as leadership - only the highest bonus applies, and Bill needs to be stacked w/ his undead for them to get it. Since Bill is not undead, he won't get a bonus. He also couldn't be stacked with Tod & his undead at the same time, unless Tod, Bill, and 6 undead are all in the same stack.
Thriller grants dance fighting to each uncroaked Bill makes, but normal stacking rules apply. If Bill is dancing with his uncroaked, he's stacked with them, and since Tod can't grant his leadership to Bill without being in his stack, he can't dance-fight with them unless he's part of Bill's stack.
So, if all of the PCs took dance-fighting, and Bill also takes Thriller, odds are he's going to be forming his own stack without the PCs, and the PCs will have 7 dancers, for a +3/+3 bonus. Bill, meanwhile, gets a bonus based on how many uncroaked are in his stack.