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Joeman169
12-11-2011, 03:10
If you miscast giving yourself a wound, can you use the attribute to get the wound back. Not sure of the order of the happenings. I know the spell goes first and then the miscast but where does the attribute fit in?

EnternalVoid
12-11-2011, 04:09
You resolve a spell before the miscast so the order of effects is this;

Resolve the spell effects
Resolve the Lore Attribute
Resolve the Miscast

narrativium
12-11-2011, 15:36
Indeed. And it's better for the wizard this way: if you were to lose your last wound to the miscast before the lore attribute, you wouldn't be able to regain it from the lore attribute because you'd be dead. Whereas if you heal a wound before the miscast - and wizards tend to have more than one wound to begin with - the miscast is far less likely to be fatal.

theunwantedbeing
12-11-2011, 15:47
the miscast is far less likely to be fatal.

Especially as throne of vines is likely to be in effect to negate the miscast anyway.

geldedgoat
12-11-2011, 20:11
Especially as throne of vines is likely to be in effect to negate the miscast anyway.

Worst FAQ ever, by the by. :\

musical
12-11-2011, 21:38
Ah but you can always roll a 1 :rolleyes:

AlphariusOmegon20
14-11-2011, 20:56
Indeed. And it's better for the wizard this way: if you were to lose your last wound to the miscast before the lore attribute, you wouldn't be able to regain it from the lore attribute because you'd be dead.

Which is exactly what happens because you can't heal something that hasn't happened yet.

Enternal Void is correct.

Resolving the miscast that causes the wound happens AFTER the Lore attribute resolves, but because the lore attribute already resolved before you got the wound from the miscast chart, it's no longer there and thus you can not use it to gain back a wound lost from the miscast chart.