Cam wrote:Yes, you move Thor's effect die into the doom pool. However, you may also want to spend 1 PP to use your effect die against your opponent, which would at least require you to have a die that's worth throwing at him. Clever Thor players will simply ensure they get a good reaction total and leave their weakest die (d4, for instance) as the effect die, in order to drop that into the doom pool when they use Anti-Force. It's still a doom die, even if it's a little opportunity-increasing one.
Thanks for answering this Cam. Just a quick follow up; if you pick a D4 for effect when using Thor's "Anti-Force", can the oppositions effect die step your D4 back to "nothing" if it's a bigger die (D6 or bigger), and would that invalidate the use of "Anti-Force" or would it mean that "nothing" is added to the Doom Pool?
In addition I had not though about the fact that you could use a plot point as well, to also use your own effect die against your opponent. Sure that die go into the DP, but the chance to hit a opponent with both his own and your effect dice are very powerful.
In my example above you could end up giving the Wrecker D12 physical stress as well as a D10 "Shocked & Stunned" complication. That is badass!