New answers tagged all-flesh-must-be-eaten
It looks to me like while the defender could choose not to defend (so they don't take multiple-defense penalties later in the round), the rolls seem to be simultaneous (it's a resisted test), so they couldn't wait to see that the attacker failed before choosing not to defend. However, it's ripe for houseruling and a little vague anyway. I will probably ...
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