LSJ : Memories of Mortality and Catatonic Fear

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Ethan Burrow

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Jul 22, 1999, 3:00:00 AM7/22/99
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A vampire with Memories of Mortality engages in combat with an ally.
For the vampires strike, he plays a superior catatonic fear.

Does the ally take damage?

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LSJ

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Jul 23, 1999, 3:00:00 AM7/23/99
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Ethan Burrow wrote:
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> A vampire with Memories of Mortality engages in combat with an ally.
> For the vampires strike, he plays a superior catatonic fear.
>
> Does the ally take damage?

He takes zero damage. Memories of Mortality reduces damage done by the
vampire to allies to zero. Damage from a strike (even an odd one like
Catatonic Fear) is "done by" the striking minion [RTR 30-JUN-1997], so
would be reduced by Memories.

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Eugene Chan

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Jul 31, 1999, 3:00:00 AM7/31/99
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So does this mean things like Carrion Crows or Blood to water are not
affected

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LSJ

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Aug 2, 1999, 3:00:00 AM8/2/99
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Eugene Chan wrote:
> So does this mean things like Carrion Crows or Blood to water are not
> affected

(Questions/responses to quoted text should follow the quoted text, BTW,
to enhance the continuity of the conversation).

This means things like Carrion Crows (that is, things that cause
"environmental" damage) are not affected, yes.

Blood to Water is not affected for other reasons: namely that it doesn't
do damage at all, so the damage cannot be reduced to zero.

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