Treating steeds as monsters a player who draws a face

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Treating Steeds as Monsters A player who draws a face-up Steed may choose to treat it as a monster instead. In that case, its Level is equal to twice the combat bonus at the top of the card. (If there is no bonus listed, a Steed cannot be monstrified.) Defeating a Monster Steed is good for one level and one Treasure, and its Bad Stuff is “Lose a level.” This is a wonderful little rule because many of your opponents will forget about it until you use it to win. Show them this rulesheet and do a happy little dance. BRAAAINS! MADNESS! Card Design by Andrew Hackard Based on Munchkin by Steve Jackson Illustrated by John Kovali c Chief Operating Officer: Philip Reed Munchkin Czar: Andrew Hackard Munchkin Hireling: Angie Kreuser Production Manager: Samuel Mitschke
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  • Fall '09
  • munchkin, Steve Jackson Games, hirelings, John Kovalic, Munchkin Axe Cop

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