1. Does a Leader ability last even after the Leader is dead and defeated?
2. Look at the following battle round
Otakool (with his +8 attack bonus and stop opp ability ability) VS Lulubee (with only her stop opp bonus ability)
Will Otakools +8 attack bonus count? Will his Stop opp ability hit lulubee getting rid of her stop opp bonus ability? Or will Lulubee's ability stop Otakools bonus, therefore making his stop ability worthless in the first place?
Q2: I'm curious about myself. There are combos that can be used to work it out, but I've not kept a close enough watch on them.
Q1: Leader bonuses work after the Leader is dead. In fact, they appear to work even if the Leader is facing a foe with "stop opp ability" - at least some of them. I've seen an opponent gain life from Bridget on every turn, despite facing a Roots team.
Read other threads regarding this topic, Both abilities are presented, and if one is canceled out, it won't take affect.
3. What does Counter-attack do exactly?
4. How does courage work exactly?
5. What happens when both you and your opponents attack power are the same? 50/50 chance?
The ability os leaders is active every time, no matter if they lose the round, or if the fight against some card with stop opp ability.
The abilities and bonus occur at the same time,. The ability of Otakool will cancel the ability of Lullabee then his bonus still is activated
Q6. How does Zatman's ability and bonus stack?
A6. First of all the most efective one takes effect, in othe words, the one that reduces opp attack most. Then if it is still applicable the other one will take effect.
ex: Zatman vs Attack 10.
Bonus will go first -> Attack 10 - 10, min 3 ==> Attack 3
Ability then -> Attack 3 - 4, min 1 ==> Attack 1
Q3: What does Counter-attack do exactly?
A3: On the first round, your opponent ALWAYS plays first. That’s it.
Q4: How does courage work exactly?
A4: When you play your character first on ANY round, your character’s power increases by the amount listed next to his/her courage ability.
Q5: What happens when both you and your opponents attack power are the same? 50/50 chance?
A5: Yes, in that case the winner is determined randomly (wether you are in random or non-random room).