In The Dunwich Legacy, we can find 3 cards that can cause an enemy to attack, not because of a rule (framework 3.3 in the enemy phase or attacks of opportunity), but because of a card effect. Those cards are Clover Club Pit Boss, Wizard of Yog-Sothoth and Hunted Down. The question that came to me is "do enemies exhaust after those attacks?" As I could not find the answer in the Rules Reference, I sent it to FFG.
When an enemy makes an attack because of a card effect (rather than the framework in the enemy phase or an attack of opportunity), does it exhaust?The cards that prompt the question have slightly different wordings concerning those attacks, does it change the way to resolve them?
Relevant card text:Clover Club Pit Boss (The Dunwich Legacy 78)
"[...] Clover Club Pit Boss readies, engages that investigator, and makes an immediate attack."
Wizard of Yog-Sothoth (The Dunwich Legacy 87)Hunted Down (The Dunwich Legacy 99)
"[...] Wizard of Yog-Sothoth attacks that investigator."
"[...] Each Criminal enemy that engages you as a result of this effect makes an immediate attack."
Thanks in advance
I'll post the answer when I get it.