June 23, 2021, 09:52:37 AM

Author Topic: Nightshade Lotus and Poison Immunity (Zombies, Conjurations and Necromancer)  (Read 1504 times)

Skra

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The attack bar on the [mwcard=DNJ06]Nightshade Lotus[/mwcard] spell has the poison symbol on it. Does that mean that this conjuration cannot attack a non-living object, a zombie or the Necromancer?

I'm not talking about the mist token that causes the sleep condition. I'm talking about its three dice, 0-0 ranged unavoidable attack. For example, a druid cannot use a Nightshade Lotus to roll a three dice attack against a [mwcard=MW1J16]Mordok's Obelisk[/mwcard] because the attack is poisonous and because that conjuration is immune to poison due to it's non-living trait, correct?
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You're right. The Lotus can't even target with its attack objects with poison immunity.
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I thought so, but I wanted to be sure. Thank you.
It'd be a lot cooler if you did...