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Can you teleport away from a blocking creature?

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Casting a spell is not affected by hindering (See page 17–18). --Heroes Book.


So, yes. You can

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Well, I'm not sure I agree with you on that point, @garbetsp.


You're right when you say that casting a spell isn't affected by hindering, but blocking :bloqueur: has nothing to do with hindering.

On the Movement Skills card, the description of the blocking states that:


Enemy characters without Evasive cannot move out of this character's area.

So I'd say that only characters with the evasive skill (which is useful against hindering and blocking) may leave the area where an enemy with the blocking skill. In any other case, the enemy creature with blocking must be killed (or leave the area) in order to move your character, and teleportation cannot help you to flee an enemy with blocking.


Well, my players and I have always understood that rule that way. Maybe we're wrong, though.

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I found this: https://boardgamegeek.com/thread/1896030/answer-monolith-about-teleportation-spell


It refers to the clarification on the back of the 2.0 rule book in the bottom right corner.



Teleportation: A character who casts this spell is not affected by hindering or by Blocking to move.


So while Not Quite Dead is correct those are different things (and I can see his interpretation from the 1.0 rules), the 2.0 rulebook clarified it to be affected by neither.

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