## Quick card explanation.

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• As I understand it now, if you use Casless rounds, You gain an additional strike every time you attempt to strike with that gun? So, you can blur for six
Message 1 of 4 , Jul 2, 2004
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As I understand it now, if you use Casless rounds, You gain an
additional strike every time you attempt to strike with that gun? So,
you can blur for six strikes in a round?

• ... You gain _an_ additional strike each round. So you get 2 strikes first round, 2 strikes second round, etc. Note that unless card text specifies otherwise
Message 2 of 4 , Jul 2, 2004
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sailor_fluke wrote:

> As I understand it now, if you use Casless rounds, You gain an
> additional strike every time you attempt to strike with that gun? So,
> you can blur for six strikes in a round?

You gain _an_ additional strike each round. So you get 2 strikes first
round, 2 strikes second round, etc.

Note that unless card text specifies otherwise (eg, Quickness) you
cannot gain additional strikes more than once. So you can't Caseless
Rounds + Blur, for example.

--Colin McGuigan
• what if your vampire has employed a Ghoul Retainer? can you use caseless rounds if you decide to use the weapon with the Ghoul? If so, do you strike twice? ...
Message 3 of 4 , Jul 3, 2004
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what if your vampire has employed a Ghoul Retainer? can you use caseless rounds if you decide to use the weapon with the Ghoul? If so, do you strike twice?
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From: Colin McGuigan
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Sent: Saturday, July 03, 2004 12:42 AM
Subject: Re: [VTES] Quick card explanation.

sailor_fluke wrote:

> As I understand it now, if you use Casless rounds, You gain an
> additional strike every time you attempt to strike with that gun? So,
> you can blur for six strikes in a round?

You gain _an_ additional strike each round. So you get 2 strikes first
round, 2 strikes second round, etc.

Note that unless card text specifies otherwise (eg, Quickness) you
cannot gain additional strikes more than once. So you can't Caseless
Rounds + Blur, for example.

--Colin McGuigan

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• ... if you decide to use the weapon with the Ghoul? If so, do you strike twice? (watch those long lines) You can use Caseless rounds. You won t get any benefit
Message 4 of 4 , Jul 3, 2004
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Andreia Marques wrote:
> what if your vampire has employed a Ghoul Retainer? can you use caseless rounds
if you decide to use the weapon with the Ghoul? If so, do you strike twice?

(watch those long lines)
You can use Caseless rounds. You won't get any benefit from it until you
(not the retainer) strikes with the gun, however, by card text.

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