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    Rulebook - Mythic Battles: Pantheon 1.5 [non finalized]

    Hello, at the end of the second assault, you can use the remaining dice from the first assault. "Among the remaining dice, the attacker can discard as many dice as they want to get bonuses for the other dice. Each discarded die adds +1 to the result of another die. The new value of the remaining dice is equal to their result increased by the number of dice discarded to give them bonuses." But, we clarify that. "Among the remaining dice, including the ones from the first assault, the attacker can discard as many dice as they want to get bonuses for the other dice. Each discarded die adds +1 to the result of another die. The new value of the remaining dice is equal to their result increased by the number of dice discarded to give them bonuses. Thanks.
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    Mission booklet

    Hello, - LP Markers are inside the rulebook (game component) - p32/33 the by standers doesn't have orange background to represented that they are in the vilain camp. They are not neutral in this case. - p48 the guards : same as by standers - p48 broken wall : because you've got a C4 Block so you need another token if you used it. - p57 the level 1 is the 3 cars - p58 the promontory icon is page 59 (map 3 and 4 are on the "same" page. just like map 1 and 2. About the surname, it's not a mistake. For exemple Batman, no matter which one, is always called Batman not zero year or anothing else. You recognise which one to use with his face on the hero board.
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