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 Actions with the Area Effect keyword target all entities within one [[section|section]],​ [[region|region]],​ or [[position|position]] except as otherwise specified. Actions from [[environ|Environs]] target all PCs in their occupied region unless otherwise specified. Actions with the Area Effect keyword target all entities within one [[section|section]],​ [[region|region]],​ or [[position|position]] except as otherwise specified. Actions from [[environ|Environs]] target all PCs in their occupied region unless otherwise specified.
  
-If an entity plays a hostile Action of its own volition that targets itself or an ally, the target'​s Reaction loses any text and entries apart from [[evasion dice|Evasion Dice]] and Defense. In other words, an entity cannot decide to "​attack"​ itself or an ally specifically for the purpose of granting an advantageous Reaction play. This even applies to Area Attacks that also target enemies. However, it does //not// apply if the entity was forced to play the hostile Action by an enemy.+If an entity plays a hostile Action of its own volition that targets itself or an ally, the target'​s Reaction loses any text and entries apart from [[evasion dice|Evasion Dice]] and Defense. In other words, an entity cannot decide to "​attack"​ itself or an ally specifically for the purpose of granting an advantageous Reaction play. The [[DM|DM]] may also prevent such plays from triggering other beneficial effects, such as from abilities or [[assist|Assists]]. This even applies to Area Attacks that also target enemies. However, it does //not// apply if the entity was forced to play the hostile Action by an enemy.
  
 If a target of an Action cannot play a Reaction, or if either the Action or Reaction played lack an opposed roll entry, the Action automatically succeeds and takes effect. Otherwise an opposed roll is performed to see if the Action takes effect. If a target of an Action cannot play a Reaction, or if either the Action or Reaction played lack an opposed roll entry, the Action automatically succeeds and takes effect. Otherwise an opposed roll is performed to see if the Action takes effect.
  
 For more information,​ see [[Player'​s Guide Chapter 3|Player'​s Guide Chapter 3: Scenarios]]. For more information,​ see [[Player'​s Guide Chapter 3|Player'​s Guide Chapter 3: Scenarios]].
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