Bilbo is facing a Spider attack #1 in M/H phase, later Bilbo is facing a Spider attack #2 in site phase.Theo wrote: ↑Fri Mar 02, 2018 6:26 pmThe target of the card is the character, not the spider attack (although obnoxiously the card has an implicit "facing a strike from a spider attack"). The "character facing a spider attack" is the same character. Maybe this discussion should be moved to a card-specific thread.Konrad Klar wrote: ↑Fri Mar 02, 2018 11:54 am3. Even if in M/H phase a target character was facing a Spider attack it was not the same Spider attack as faced in site phase.
In other words: in M/H phase it was not possible to play Flies and Spiders on any character facing a Spider attack in site phase.
If some hazard is played in site phase on character, or on hobbit, it may be said this is the same character, or hobbit which existed during the movement/hazard phase (Bilbo).
But if some hazard is played in site phase on character facing a Spider attack, the "character facing a Spider attack" in site phase is not the same "character facing a Spider attack" which existed during the movement/hazard phase.
Simply because Spider attack in M/H phase is ended, and Spider attack in site phase is still proceeded.
Some activity must last across M/H phase/site phase boundary to be able to said that this is the same activity that existed in both phases.