HAD ENOUGH CLOBBERIN' YET?: Each time an opposing character takes damage from Thing's close combat attack, after actions resolve, that character's owner chooses one: 1) Deal that character 1 unavoidable damage; or 2) Thing may immediately make another close combat attack targeting that character as a free action. (If that character takes damage from this attack, Thing may activate this power again.)
Impervious: When this character is dealt damage, roll a d6. On a result of 5 or 6, the damage dealt is reduced to 0. On a result of 1–4, the damage dealt is reduced by 2.
Here is the situation: Thing hits an opposing character who has Impervious. The opposing character rolls a successful roll, reducing the damage to 0.
Since the damage dealt is 0, is it considered still "damage taken" at a numeric value of 0, which activates HAD ENOUGH CLOBBERIN' YET?
If this is possible, people having characters with Impervious would might consider rolling the 5-6 instead of taking the 1 unavoidable damage. What would be interesting further is that if both people are continuously lucky and begin a "roll-off".
Okay. I haven't been on as much as usual lately, so I wasn't sure which figures have been officially previewed and which ones have been leaked from people that got their clix early (and are more prone to transcription errors.)
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