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Dominate with Movement Abilities? Options
Oakel
Posted: Thursday, April 5, 2018 4:49:29 PM
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When a character has been dominated, how would one resolve special abilities that allow movement?

Dominate reads:

"Replaces turn: Target living character takes an immediate turn under your control, which does not count as one of your 2 activations this phase, even if it has already been activated this round; save 11. The target character cannot move this turn."

The glossary is similar, stating that the unit "...takes a turn as though it were on the acting player's squad but cannot move."

How does this impact special abilities/CEs that allow movement outside of a "move" action, like Cleave/Rolling Attacks, or Princess Leia, Rebel Hero's CE (Whenever a follower within 6 squares defeats an enemy, it may immediately move 2 squares.)?

How would it interact with Charging Assault, as it replaces turn does it qualify as a move?
EmporerDragon
Posted: Thursday, April 5, 2018 8:39:59 PM
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They would not be able to move. The only way to get a Dominated character to move is if they were affected by something that causes involuntary movement like Push or Repulse.

Additionally, this means that a Dominated character cannot use Charging Assault, as they must move at least 1 square for the ability.

Most of this is found under Dominate (with a bit under Princess Leia, Rebel Hero) in the FAQ.
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