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From: Rob Harris <rjharris@********.UIUC.EDU>
Subject: Fw: General Questions about your Shadowrun CCG
Date: Sat, 30 Aug 1997 23:19:29 -0700
Well, my group has come up with a fair amount of questions that I still
haven't seen awnsers for here or on the newsgroup. I have mailed them to
fasa, but would appriciate all of your opinoins. Lets see if we can get the
same awnsers as fasa comes up with!


> From: Rob Harris <rjharris@********>
> To: fasacorp2@***.com
> Subject: General Questions about your Shadowrun CCG
> Date: Saturday, August 30, 1997 11:16 PM
> First off, thanks a bundle for a great game. I am sure you are getting
> plenty of feedback, so I will save it for later messages. My playing
> has been bothered by a couple of questions, and I wanted to mail them to
> you to get an offical response. Thanks for your time.
> 1. For the challenges "Electric Fence" and "Fusion Gate", it
states on
> card that damage is done to target runners. but has no value in the
> rating". When is this damage done? Before? After? or Simultaneos? with
> damage being done to the fence (it matters for things such as fatigue,
> wether some runners even live to do damage!)?
> 2. Can a runner with a conjure of 2, say, use two spirits for a run? Her
> power would be reduced to 0, but both spirits could use thier power,
> correct?
> 3. This is a big one. For Gear that states outdoor (or indoor for that
> matter), what exactly is the interplay with challenge and objectives. For
> instance, there is some objectives that say no outdoor challenges. The
> rotor drone says it may not be used on indoor challenges, and has the
> outdoor trait. Can I use the drone on a challenge that is not indoor or
> outdoor on this run, for instance the Lone Star Patrol? Does the no
> challenges restriction also restrict outdoor gear?
> Anyways, I know the last one was a little confusing. We just want to be
> fair and play as close to the rules as we can! Thanks for your time, and
> appriciate your respones. Cheers,
> Rob


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