Why negatives? (in General)

AdminTal Destra [C and S Forgery Lmtd.] February 19 2011 10:46 PM EST

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Why do we go into the negatives by so much? I can understand one hit taking you to the negatives from a positive, but why not change targeting the very next hit? I mean if you die in combat you fall over making the guy behind you a juicy target.

Unappreciated Misnomer February 19 2011 10:53 PM EST

its all about targeting per round.

Phaete February 19 2011 10:53 PM EST

Are we talking about changing target during multiple hits from 1 attacker?
I assume retargeting during same round for 1 attacker takes too long.
That's how most rpgs i know work. some have skills to allow retarget or implement overkill damage.

AdminNemesia [Demonic Serenity] February 19 2011 11:18 PM EST

Because it doesn't work with the way fighting is setup.

Kefeck [Demonic Serenity] February 19 2011 11:47 PM EST

So elven long bows don't destroy all....

NooneKnows February 20 2011 12:57 AM EST

nope, just one minion per turn :)
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