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Haunts trigger the Retaliation Wild Card



In Foul Misgiving, when a player encounters a Haunt henchman, that henchman is immediately "set aside", being neither defeated or undefeated. However, if there is a Retaliation Wild card active ("When you defeat a monster roll 1d6; on  you're dealt 1 Fire damage") it triggers after the Haunt is set aside and before Iesha Foxglove is summoned.

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