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Focused vs Exhausted


Best Answer sdrewthomson , 28 February 2018 - 01:57 AM

No, we use the term "focused" a lot in the community, but that's not really the term for it. You "focus to strike", you "focus a unit to do X", etc. But if a unit has a focus token on it, it's "exhausted".

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Mitch2480

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Klaatu reads, Reaction: After this unit becomes exhausted, remove 1 damage from a target vehicle unit.

Is there a differance between Focused and exhausted?
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sdrewthomson

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✓  Best Answer

No, we use the term "focused" a lot in the community, but that's not really the term for it. You "focus to strike", you "focus a unit to do X", etc. But if a unit has a focus token on it, it's "exhausted".



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The biggest difference would be if LS places a focus on Klaatu with tactics or a card effect.
If Klaatu was ready before, he becomes exhausted and his Reaction is triggered. If Klaatu is already exhausted, then placing an extra focus won't trigger his Reaction.

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As above, focus is basically always used as a verb (focusing is something a card does, usually as part of a cost, in which one or more focus tokens are placed on the ready card). Exhausted is a card state. A card is exhausted any time it has one or more focus tokens on it (otherwise, it is ready). A card becomes exhausted any time it changes from a ready state to an exhausted state.
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