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    Master Warden: ORDER: STAND YOUR GROUND!
    'When this unit is attacked, before Attack dice are rolled:
    Enemies do not gain Charge, Flank, or Rear Bonuses for this attack.'

    I'm a bit confused about the Master Warden wording. In all other game cases the term 'or' describes a situation where I must choose between two or options and dont get more than one.
    I feel like the intention of the rules of the master warden are that a unit neither gets a rear, charge nor flank bonus against them. So the question is: Has the player of the Master Warden to choose if a charging unit in the flank gets the flank bonus or the charge bonus or does the attachment block both bonuses?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Failix View Post
    Master Warden: ORDER: STAND YOUR GROUND!
    'When this unit is attacked, before Attack dice are rolled:
    Enemies do not gain Charge, Flank, or Rear Bonuses for this attack.'

    I'm a bit confused about the Master Warden wording. In all other game cases the term 'or' describes a situation where I must choose between two or options and dont get more than one.
    I feel like the intention of the rules of the master warden are that a unit neither gets a rear, charge nor flank bonus against them. So the question is: Has the player of the Master Warden to choose if a charging unit in the flank gets the flank bonus or the charge bonus or does the attachment block both bonuses?
    I ask this bluntly and not as an insult, but English isn't your first language, correct? Cause in English, in this context, and/or are used interchangeably, with "or" being the "cleaner" sounding of the two used to denote multiple things, not a choice.

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    Okay, thanks.
    Jeah, it isnt my first language and was tought that you have the word nor to describe a meaning like this. But I will take your word for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Failix View Post
    Okay, thanks.
    Jeah, it isnt my first language and was tought that you have the word nor to describe a meaning like this. But I will take your word for it.
    "nor" works, but is something you won't hear most people say- it comes off as very "proper" (like old book text) . If I had to guess, over time "nor" was shortened to "or" and that's why it works like it does now.

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