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the first effect of the spell is written like this:
This spell may be cast upon a single frienfly unit within 18'', and may be cast on a unit engaged in close combat. If already engaged in combat, each model in the unit gains +1 attack (does not affect steeds or ridden monsters)
My question is: For how long time does the models have this bonus attack??
For the next round of close combat.
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okay thx guys
but if I may ask; How do you know that? It is the most logical meaning i think, but can't find it myself.
A spell that lasts multiple turns generally has "REMAINS IN PLAY" written underneath the spell name. As such you are to presume all spells last for one turn only unless stated otherwise, same presumption as casting into combat, if it doesn't say you can, you pretty much cannot.
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