Just got the 2nd Edition PAC game and we’re trying it tonight. I’m giving Lini 2.0 a whirl.
Her combat power says: “For your combat check, you may bury or recharge an Animal ally to use survival +1d4 Plus the card’s level and add the animal and melee traits.”
My question is when I go to recharge an animal ally, do I get the power off that animal card that I’m recharging (say the Porcupine which gives me 1d8 to the check) or do I just recharge it without getting any of that animal ally’s card stats?
I think it works like so: I recharge the Porcupine for the 1d8 which also then let’s me use my survival 1d4 for melee. Thus, my roll would be a d10, survival wisdom +3 and 1d8 for the combat roll to beat the monster I just drew.
Thanks in advance,
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When you bury/recharge an animal card for Lini's power, you don't get to use any powers on that card. It's not being played in any way; it's just being recharged for a power.
In your example above, you would not get the extra 1d8 from the Porcupine when recharging the card for the combat ability.
However, if you were fighting an animal monster, you could recharge/bury a *different* animal ally to use Lini's combat ability. Then recharge the Porcupine to add 1d8. That would be legal.