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Relentless

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Relentless is a talent which enables a creature to use their full attack power when attacking. When a creature with Relentless defeats a unit, any remaining unused attack power is conserved and used on the next available target; this continues until attack power is depleted.

This is typically a talent of strong, high-attack creatures, as they have more attack power to spread between multiple targets. Units behind walls are especially vulnerable to the Relentless talent, because a creature with this talent can demolish a wall and continue to attack previously-defended units.

In-game description[edit | edit source]

If opponent blocking unit is destroyed, this creature will continue its attack.

List of scrolls with Relentless[edit | edit source]

Scroll Name Type Subtypes Rarity Resource Cost A. C. H. Talents and abilities
Error: Missing data page for Blade Husk
Error: Missing data page for Ducal Skirmisher
Error: Missing data page for Gravehawk
Error: Missing data page for Gravelock Raider
Error: Missing data page for Great Wolf
Error: Missing data page for Harvester
Error: Missing data page for Iron Ogre
Error: Missing data page for Jarl Urhald
Error: Missing data page for Kinfolk Jarl
Error: Missing data page for Royal Skirmisher
Error: Missing data page for Striped Fangbear
Error: Missing data page for Wings Cleaver

List of scrolls with related abilities[edit | edit source]

Scroll Name Type Subtypes Rarity Resource Cost A. C. H. Talents and abilities
Error: Missing data page for Fierce Tactics
Error: Missing data page for Machination Mindset

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • When used in the game's code, it's referred to as "AttackForwardContinuous".