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This may sound like a silly question but can you kill more than elf a turn with it?
The wording leads me to think no I can't but I wud like to know what everyone else thinks...
The way the book says "a model" implies a singular term. Therefore, no, she can only stab one elf in the back per turn.
I believe that the wording says you can kill 1 elf for each different spell cast, not 1 elf per phase or several elves for 1 spell.
I was under the impression that is was one elf per dice, and you were able to use multiple elves per spell. Mind you, I haven't looked at it more than a couple of times, and I don't have my book handy so...
Dovie'andi se tovya sagain (It's time to roll the dice)- Mattrim Cauthon
Once per casting attempt, she may sacrifice a single model.
It has yet to be proven that intelligence has any survival value. - Arthur C. Clarke (1917 - 2008)
Once per spell sounds right...the reason I ask is played in a tourny no one picked up that I was playing it wrong, played against a red shirt and he did :-(.
I don't mind just wanna know the correct way to play it before the next comp
She can stab up to one model per spell attempt. The dagger is, imho, incredibly useful. Its biggest use is to let you use fewer casting dice. We have a few spells that have awkward casting values, 7 and 8, which are doable on 2 dice, but not guaranteed. And then we have a spell that needs 11 to cast, which generally you'll want to throw 4 dice at.
What the dagger lets you do is throw 2 dice at an 8+ spell. If you cast it, hurray, you saved a power dice and your opponent needs to dispel it or get hurt. If you failed to cast it, just stab a warrior and toss another dice.
It's a wonderful failsafe.
[...] So I burst into his office and exclaimed, quite frankly, "That's Numberwang." As I recall it, he cried.