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#57 - Tronçonneuse (Chainsaw)
Traits/Traits

Instead of performing a Block action (on its own or as part of a Blitz action), this player may perform a ‘Chainsaw Attack’ Special action. Exactly as described for a Block action, nominate a single Standing player to be the target of the Chainsaw Attack Special action. There is no limit to how many players with this Trait may perform this Special action each team turn. To perform a Chainsaw Attack Special action, roll a D6: • On a roll of 2+, the nominated target is hit by a Chainsaw! • On a roll of 1, the Chainsaw will violently ‘kick-back’ and hit the player wielding it. • In either case, an Armour roll is made against the player hit by the Chainsaw, adding +3 to the result. • If the armour of the player hit is broken, they become Prone and an Injury roll is made against them. This Injury roll cannot be modified in any way. • If the armour of the player hit is not broken, this Trait has no effect. This player can only use the Chainsaw once per turn (i.e., a Chainsaw cannot be used with Frenzy or Multiple Block) and if used as part of a Blitz action, this player cannot continue moving after using it. If this player Falls Over or is Knocked Down, the opposing coach may add +3 to the Armour roll made against the player. If an opposition player performs a Block action targeting this player and a Player Down! or a POW! result is applied, +3 is added to the Armour roll. If a Both Down result is applied, +3 is added to both Armour rolls. Finally, this player may use their Chainsaw when they perform a Foul action. Roll a D6 for kick-back as described above. Once again, an Armour roll is made against the player hit by the Chainsaw, adding +3 to the score.

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