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From: Pedro Gomes <Pedro.Gomes@**.SIEMENS.PT>
Subject: Re: A couple of questions...
Date: Thu, 23 Apr 1998 14:06:27 +0100
Bourgault, Patrick wrote:
> What is "voluntary pull out of a SR" means ?? I know you can voluntarily
> stop the run in the middle of it, but what about Invisibility, Wild Goose
> Chase, GAQS and the likes ?? Yesterday, I had a team with a mage with
> Invisibility. To save my team, I used the spell so the rest of the team
> came back to the safehouse. Knowing that my mage wasn't strong enough to
> finish the run, I pulled him out after the challenge. My opponent had a
> Bounty Hunter and hit my mage (so far, so good), but could he use BH on
> my other runners too ?? What if I had used WGC ??

Voluntarily pull out, IMO is when between challenges you decide not to continue
with the run. Now for the Bounty Hunter, yes he can hit all your runners, in the
card text it is not specified that they must pull out voluntarily, it's only
pull out. the same goes to WGC.

> In the same game, I played an All or Nothing card so that nobody could
> pulled out voluntarily of the current run. Could my opponent play a WGC
> or GAQS on his team to bring them home ?? If so, it's an easy way to
> avoid trouble.

IMO yes, because they did not pull out on their own they were pulled out by
another card.

This is only my opinion and the way we play in my group. Any one with a
different opinion feel free to share it.

Pedro Gomes

When you were born you cried and the world rejoiced.
Live your life so that when you die the world cries and you can rejoice.


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