RE: Re: Misc questions

From: Graham, Andrew <agraham_at_...>
Date: Fri, 11 May 2001 08:38:25 +0100

> Another scenario which presents itself is a man in the bush
> encountering a snake. The snake bites the man, the man kills it but
> then dies of the poison before reaching help. Who won the contest?
> Was there even a contest? Any thoughts on rules for such delayed
> kills?

The basic rules book cover this. The poison acts as a separate attacker in the extended contest. So even though he won the contest against the snake he still has to fight the poison.

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