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Bear Blocked by: Botanical, Celestial, Child of the Hills, Crystalline, Deepist Spy, Elmsoul, Flamesoul, Frogtouched, Gorgonoid, Mark of the Horn, Shadow, Skeletal, Sylvan, Vulture Acolyte, Wolftouched

Bear Blocks:Botanical, Celestial, Child of the Hills, Crystalline, Deepist Spy, Elmsoul, Flamesoul, Frogtouched, Gorgonoid, Mark of the Horn, Mortificial Enhancements, Shadow, Skeletal, Spell Touched, Sylvan, Vulture Acolyte, Wolftouched

Botanical Blocked by: Beartouched, Celestial, Child of the Hills, Crystalline, Deepist Spy, Elmsoul, Flamesoul, Frogtouched, Gorgonoid, Mark of the Horn, Shadow, Skeletal, Sylvan, Wolftouched

Botanical Blocks:Beartouched, Celestial, Child of the Hills, Crystalline, Deepist Spy, Elmsoul, Flamesoul, Frogtouched, Gorgonoid, Mark of the Horn, Mortificial Enhancements, Shadow, Skeletal, Sylvan, Wolftouched

Celestial Blocked by: Beartouched, Botanical, Child of the Hills, Crystalline, Deepist Spy, Elmsoul, Flamesoul, Frogtouched, Gorgonoid, Mark of the Horn, Shadow, Skeletal, Sylvan, Vulture Acolyte, Wolftouched

Celestial Blocks:Beartouched, Botanical, Child of the Hills, Crystalline, Deepist Spy, Elmsoul, Flamesoul, Frogtouched, Gorgonoid, Mark of the Horn, Mortificial Enhancements, Shadow, Skeletal, Spell Touched, Sylvan, Vulture Acolyte, Wolftouched

Hills Blocked by: Beartouched, Botanical, Celestial, Crowtouched, Crystalline, Deepist Spy, Flamesoul, Frogtouched, Gorgonoid, Mark of the Horn, Shadow, Skeletal, Sylvan, Vulture Acolyte, Wolftouched

Hills Blocks:Beartouched, Botanical, Celestial, Crowtouched, Crystalline, Deepist Spy, Frogtouched, Gorgonoid, Mark of the Horn, Mortificial Enhancements, Shadow, Skeletal, Spell Touched, Sylvan, Vulture Acolyte, Wolftouched

Crow Blocked by: Child of the Hills, Deepist Spy, Drauven Wings, Elmsoul, Frost, Gorgonoid, Hawksoul, Mark of the Horn, Mothly, Sylvan, Teeny Wings

Crow Blocks:Child of the Hills, Deepist Spy, Drauven Wings, Elmsoul, Frost, Gorgonoid, Hawksoul, Mark of the Horn, Mortificial Enhancements, Mothly, Spell Touched, Sylvan, Teeny Wings

Crystal Blocked by: Beartouched, Botanical, Celestial, Child of the Hills, Deepist Spy, Elmsoul, Flamesoul, Frogtouched, Mark of the Horn, Shadow, Skeletal, Sylvan, Vulture Acolyte, Wolftouched

Crystal Blocks:Beartouched, Botanical, Celestial, Child of the Hills, Deepist Spy, Elmsoul, Flamesoul, Frogtouched, Mark of the Horn, Mortificial Enhancements, Shadow, Skeletal, Spell Touched, Sylvan, Vulture Acolyte, Wolftouched

Deepist spy Blocked by: Beartouched, Botanical, Celestial, Child of the Hills, Crystalline, Flamesoul, Frogtouched, Gorgonoid, Mark of the Horn, Shadow, Skeletal, Sylvan, Vulture Acolyte, Wolftouched

Deepist spy Blocks:Beartouched, Botanical, Celestial, Child of the Hills, Crystalline, Frogtouched, Gorgonoid, Mark of the Horn, Shadow, Skeletal, Sylvan, Vulture Acolyte, Wolftouched

Drauv Wings Blocked by: Crowtouched, Hawksoul, Mothly, Teeny Wings

Drauven Wings Blocks:Crowtouched, Hawksoul, Mothly, Teeny Wings

Elmsoul Blocked by: Beartouched, Botanical, Celestial, Crowtouched, Crystalline, Flamesoul, Shadow, Skeletal, Wolftouched

Elmsoul Blocks:Beartouched, Botanical, Celestial, Crowtouched, Crystalline, Flamesoul, Mortificial Enhancements, Shadow, Skeletal, Spell Touched, Wolftouched

Flamesoul Blocked by: Beartouched, Botanical, Celestial, Crystalline, Elmsoul, Frost, Shadow, Skeletal, Sylvan, Wolftouched

Flamesoul Blocks:Beartouched, Botanical, Celestial, Child of the Hills, Crystalline, Deepist Spy, Elmsoul, Frogtouched, Frost, Gorgonoid, Mark of the Horn, Mortificial Enhancements, Shadow, Skeletal, Spell Touched, Sylvan, Vulture Acolyte, Wolftouched

Foxish Blocked by: Scorpioid, Skunkish

Foxish Blocks:Scorpioid, Ratlike, Skunkish

Frog Blocked by: Beartouched, Botanical, Celestial, Child of the Hills, Crystalline, Deepist Spy, Flamesoul, Frost, Gorgonoid, Mark of the Horn, Shadow, Skeletal, Sylvan, Vulture Acolyte, Wolftouched

Frog Blocks:Beartouched, Botanical, Celestial, Child of the Hills, Crystalline, Deepist Spy, Frost, Gorgonoid, Mark of the Horn, Shadow, Skeletal, Sylvan, Vulture Acolyte, Wolftouched

Forst Blocked by: Crowtouched, Flamesoul, Frogtouched, Skeletal, Wolftouched

Frost Blocks:Crowtouched, Flamesoul, Frogtouched, Skeletal, Wolftouched

Gorgonoid Blocked by: Beartouched, Botanical, Celestial, Child of the Hills, Crowtouched,Crystalline, Deepist Spy, Flamesoul, Frogtouched, Mark of the Horn, Shadow, Skeletal, Sylvan, Vulture Acolyte, Wolftouched

Gorgonoid Blocks:Beartouched, Botanical, Celestial, Child of the Hills, Crowtouched,Crystalline, Deepist Spy, Frogtouched, Mark of the Horn, Shadow, Skeletal, Sylvan, Vulture Acolyte, Wolftouched

Hawksoul Blocked by: Crowtouched, Drauven Wings, Mothly, Teeny Wings

Hawksoul Blocks:Crowtouched, Drauven Wings, Mothly, Teeny Wings

Mark of the Horn Blocked by: Beartouched, Botanical, Celestial, Child of the Hills, Crowtouched, Crystalline, Deepist Spy, Flamesoul, Frogtouched, Skeletal, Sylvan, Vulture Acolyte, Wolftouched

Mark of the Horn Blocks:Beartouched, Botanical, Celestial, Child of the Hills, Crowtouched, Crystalline, Deepist Spy, Frogtouched, Skeletal, Spell Touched, Sylvan, Vulture Acolyte, Wolftouched

Morty Blocked by: Beartouched, Botanical, Celestial, Child of the Hills, Crowtouched,Crystalline, Elmsoul, Flamesoul, Shadow, Skeletal, Stormtouched, Sylvan, Wolftouched

Morty Blocks:None

Mothmaaaan Blocked by: Crowtouched, Drauven Wings, Hawksoul

Mothmaaaan Blocks:Crowtouched, Drauven Wings, Hawksoul, Teeny Wings

Petrified Blocked by: None

Petrified Blocks:None

Ratlike Blocked by: Foxish, Scorpioid, Skunkish

Ratlike Blocks:None

Scorpioid Blocked by: Foxish, Skunkish

Scorpioid Blocks:Foxish, Skunkish, Ratlike

Shadow Blocked by: Beartouched, Botanical, Celestial, Child of the Hills, Crystalline, Deepist Spy, Elmsoul, Flamesoul, Frogtouched, Gorgonoid, Mark of the Horn, Skeletal, Sylvan, Vulture Acolyte, Wolftouched

Shadow Blocks:Beartouched, Botanical, Celestial, Child of the Hills, Crystalline, Deepist Spy, Elmsoul, Flamesoul, Frogtouched, Gorgonoid, Mark of the Horn, Mortificial Enhancements, Skeletal, Spell Touched, Sylvan, Vulture Acolyte, Wolftouched

Skeletal Blocked by: Beartouched, Botanical, Celestial, Child of the Hills, Crystalline,Deepist Spy, Elmsoul, Flamesoul, Frogtouched, Frost, Gorgonoid, Mark of the Horn, Shadow, Spell Touched, Sylvan, Vulture Acolyte, Wolftouched

Skeletal Blocks:Beartouched, Botanical, Celestial, Child of the Hills, Crystalline,Deepist Spy, Elmsoul, Flamesoul, Frogtouched, Frost, Gorgonoid, Mark of the Horn, Mortificial Enhancements, Shadow, Spell Touched, Sylvan, Vulture Acolyte, Wolftouched

Skunkish Blocked by: Foxish, Scorpioid

Skunkish Blocks:Foxish, Ratlike, Scorpioid

Spell Touched Blocked by: Beartouched, Celestial, Child of the Hills, Crowtouched, Crystalline, Elmsoul, Flamesoul, Mark of the Horn, Shadow, Skeletal

Spell Touched Blocks:Skeletal

Stormtouched Blocked by: None

Stormtouched Blocks: Mortificial Enhancements

Sylvan Blocked by: Beartouched, Botanical, Celestial, Child of the Hills, Crowtouched, Crystalline, Deepist Spy, Flamesoul, Frogtouched, Gorgonoid, Mark of the Horn, Shadow, Skeletal, Vulture Acolyte, Wolftouched

Sylvan Blocks: Beartouched, Botanical, Celestial, Child of the Hills, Crystalline, Crowtouched, Deepist Spy, Flamesoul, Frogtouched, Gorgonoid, Mark of the Horn, Mortificial Enhancements, Shadow, Skeletal, Vulture Acolyte, Wolftouched

Teeny weeny wings blocked by: Crowtouched, Drauven Wings, Hawksoul, Mothly

Teeny weeny wings blocks: Crowtouched, Drauven Wings, Hawksoul

Vulture Acolyte "is blocked by": Beartouched, Botanical, Celestial, Child of the Hills, Crystalline, Deepist Spy, Flamesoul, Frogtouched, Gorgonoid, Mark of the Horn, Shadow, Skeletal, Sylvan, Wolftouched

Vulture Acolyte "blocks": Beartouched, Botanical, Celestial, Child of the Hills, Crystalline, Deepist Spy, Frogtouched, Gorgonoid, Mark of the Horn, Shadow, Skeletal, Sylvan, Wolftouched

Wolftouched is blocked by: Beartouched, Botanical, Celestial, Child of the Hills, Crystalline, Deepist Spy, Elmsoul, Flamesoul, Frogtouched, Frost, Gorgonoid, Mark of the Horn, Shadow, Skeletal, Sylvan, Vulture Acolyte

Wolftouched blocks: Beartouched, Botanical, Celestial, Child of the Hills, Crystalline, Deepist Spy, Elmsoul, Flamesoul, Frogtouched, Frost, Gorgonoid, Mark of the Horn, Mortificial Enhancements, Shadow, Skeletal, Sylvan, Vulture Acolyte

Company and Chapter Targeting

The most common requirement for the default company target is a chapter threshold.

Chapter is stored as an aspect called chapterNumber in company. All aspects have value.

The value for chapter is equal to the chapter of the game.

Example of Chapter Targeting
Target (role): company
Aspects: chapterNumber >= 2
This threshold requires the aspect called chapterNumber to be greater than or equal to 2.
An event with this requirement will only trigger in Chapter 2 or above.

Overland Tile Biome and Site Targeting

Biome Targeting

Events may have requirements for the overland tile. The most common requirement for an overland tile is a certain type of biome. By default, these are targeted in a required role called overlandTile, but there can be exceptions.

Example of Biome Targeting
Target (role): overlandTile
Biome: swamp, forestDeciduous, forestConiferous
An event with this target role will require the overland tile to be a swamp, broadleaf forest, or pine forest.

Site targeting

Sites are towns and stations on the overland map tiles. By default, a role named site is targeted in hostile site encounters.

Site targeting can have additional requirements, such as the type of station, and other aspects of the site.

Note that events can also target sites that are not on the tile the current party is on (see example B below).

Examples of Site Targeting
A) Target (role): site
Station: tannery
An event with this target role will require the event to take place on a site with a tannery station.
B) Target (role): site
Aspects: town, VISIBLE_TILE
This is an example from the Star Dance event. The event is a wilderness scouting event, where, by default, site roles (these are called injected roles, because they are injected into the event) are not targeted.
In this example, the role site targets one random town that is on a tile that is visible to the player. In this specific example, the site target role is an event mechanic used in the event's outcomes.
For the event to be able to trigger, the company must have at least one town visible on the overland map.

Enemy and Dead Enemy Targeting

Similarly to biomes and sites, events can also target specific enemies. Mission victory or mission defeat events may target defeated enemies from a target role of deadFoe.

Examples of Enemy Targeting
Target (role): foes
Aspects: drauven
An event with this target role requires the enemy at a hostile site to be drauven.
Target (role): deadFoe
Aspects: drauven_skysinger
A mission victory/defeat event with this target role requires an enemy with the drauven_skysinger aspect (Deeven) to have been defeated in the previous mission.

Hero Targeting

Almost all events require heroes to be targeted for roles. Furthermore, many events require heroes to match roles with specific criteria. There are three main types of roles to consider:

  1. Required Roles
  2. Optional Roles
  3. Forbidden Roles

Required roles are mandatory. If no hero matches a particular required role, the event targeting will fail, and the event will not be in the pool of possible events for the encounter. Optional roles are not mandatory. An event may trigger even if an optional role is not matched. Forbidden roles are forbidden. If a forbidden role is matched to a hero, the event targeting will fail, and the event will not be in the pool of possible events for the encounter.

Note, to make matters more complicated, required roles may have optional targeting preferences, and optional roles may have required score thresholds. These are explained in more detail in the Further Targeting Examples section.

For current purposes, the sub-sections in this section will briefly explain hero scoring, aspects and tests, and theme eligibility.

Hero Scoring

Required and optional roles are the most common roles to come across in hero targeting. They typically choose their matches by the hero scoring the highest score of a score function.

There do exist other choosing methods for targets (for example, one random, but for the sake of clarity, this guide will discuss the by score method as default)

A score function is a function of requirements and their values for the role. These score functions may include, for example, personality or experience stats, specific relationships between heroes, and aspects such as hooks or items.

Examples of Score Functions
Role: hero
Score Function: LEADER >= 50
This score function only targets the LEADER stat, and has a score threshold of 50 or above. For a hero to match this role, they must have a LEADER stat of 50 or above.
Role: hero
Score Function: LEADER+HOTHEAD >= 100
This score function targets the sum of the LEADER and HOTHEAD stats of a hero, and has a score threshold of 100 or above. For a hero to match this role, the sum of their LEADER and HOTHEAD stats must be 100 or above.
Role: hero
Score Function: ((30*hunter) + (30*hook_weird)) + LEADER
This slightly more complicated score function uses both aspects and stats. All aspects have value. The most common aspects in hero targeting include class aspects and hook aspects.
For heroes with the hunter aspect (hunter class) the value of the aspect is 1, for others, the value is 0. For heroes with the hook weird, the value of the hook_weird aspect is 1.
For example, for a hunter hero who does not have the WEIRD hook, the scoring would read ((30*1) + (30*0)) + LEADER
The score function lacks a score threshold. This role will target a hero with the highest score of the sum of the aspect parentheses and the LEADER stat. That is to say, the hunter and hook aspects are not required, but will add to the score.
Note! There are aspects that may have more value than 1.


Hero Aspects

Another common requirement in hero targeting is the listing of Required or Forbidden Aspects. Listed Aspects are required for a hero to match the target role, whereas Forbidden Aspects make a hero with those aspects ineligible for the role.

A less common variant of Aspects is Aspects (One of). This variant requires the target to have at least one of the listed aspects.

Continuing with our previous example, lets add a Required and Forbidden Aspect to the role.

Example of Aspects and Score Functions
Role: hero
Score Function: LEADER >= 50
Aspects: theme_crow
Forbidden Aspects: mystic
This score function only targets the LEADER stat, and has a score threshold of 50 or above. The Aspects lists a required aspect called theme_crow (the aspect for the crow transformation). The Forbidden Aspects lists an aspect called mystic (the hero class). Now, for a hero to match this role, they must have a LEADER stat of 50 or above, have the crow transformation, and not be a mystic.
Note! A similar effect to the Forbidden Aspects example above could be achieved with a Aspects (One of): hunter, warrior.

Hero Tests

A less common requirement is Tests. They are primarily used, when two stats do not want to be mixed in score functions.

Example of Test, Aspect, and Score Function
Role: hero
Score Function: LEADER >= 50
Aspects: theme_crow
Test: AGE <= 35
This score function only targets the Leader stat, and has a score threshold of 50 or above. The Aspects lists a required Aspect called theme_crow (the aspect for the crow transformation). The Test requires the hero's age to be less than or equal to 35. Now, for a hero to match this role, they must have a LEADER stat of 50 or above, have the crow transformation, and be 35 years of age or younger.

Theme Eligibility

Theme Eligibility is ubiquitous in almost any event where a theme (transformation, pet) is given. Theme eligibility is quirky. The Content Editor blurb states:

Must be able to get the given theme (doesn't already have the theme, no conflicting themes, has an available slot for one of the theme pieces to go in, and no other heroes already have that theme).

This means there are quite a few checks to pass when an Eligible for Theme is present in hero targeting.

Important! No member of the company may have the theme that is tested for in Eligible for Theme.

Perhaps the trickiest feature is that there is no way of telling which themes conflict with each other without referral to the wiki or the game files.

Unlike aspects, stats, and relationships, theme eligibility does not appear in score functions. It does appear along side of score functions, similar to lists of aspects discussed above.

Example of Hero Theme Eligibility
Role: target (required)
Eligible for Theme: bear
Eligible for Theme Piece: tattoo
For a hero to match this target role, no hero in the company must have the bear theme. The hero must not have conflicting themes with the bear theme (wolf), the hero must be eligible for a head slot theme piece.

Forbidden Roles

Forbidden roles are far less common. If a forbidden role is matched, the event will not be in the pool of eligible encounter events triggered.

Example of a Forbidden Role
Role: hero
Forbidden Role: hero2
This event would fail to trigger if the hero2 was matched, in this case, we might assume the event is only available to a one hero party.

Role Names

Important! When reading event targets, the name of a role is just a name. How the role is defined with scoring, aspects, tests, and theme eligibility, introduced above, determines if a hero can be matched to the role. Typical role names for heroes used in event targets include hero, hero2, personality names (goofball, healer, etc.), hook, rival, lover, volunteer, and so forth.

With this in mind, a role named rival may well only require a certain personality threshold, or alternatively, it may not have any specific requirements at all. Consider the following quiz:

Quiz: Roles Named Rival
Role name: hero
Let's assume this role will match any hero.
Question: Which One of the Roles Named Rival Requires a Rival?
A) Role name: rival
Aspects: mystic
B) Role name: rival
Score Function: GOOFBALL >= 80
C) Role name: rival
Score Function: RIVAL_WITH.hero
D) Role name: rival
Score Function: RIVAL_WITH.hero >= 1
Answer: D. The score function in C. does not specify a score threshold. This means the role will prefer to target a rival of hero, but it is not mandatory.


Special Cases of Hero Targeting

In straightforward encounter events, a hero is selected for a single role from the party that triggered the event.

However, there are various special cases, where heroes may be targeted for more than one role, as well as cases, where heroes may be targeted from outside the party.

These special cases are typically used for selecting specific heroes for event choice panels, dialogue, and enabling special choices for heroes with specific requirements. An example of the latter, many transformations have unique choices in certain events, and these are targeted with an optional role, that may well target a hero already matched to another role.

Important! This may result in confusion when interpreting hero targeting. There may be more required roles, than there are required heroes.

Why is this? There are simply more mechanics involved to hero targeting. At the time of writing, the Wiki does not account for definitions such as fromRoles,notAlreadyMatchedAs, and alreadyMatchedAs in Event Targeting, or the method by which a role chooses its target.

The fromRoles definition defines from which roles the role is drawn. The MatchedAs definitions are used to make sure that the same entity is either matched or not matched in another role.

These definitions can currently only be found in the Content Editor. Below, an example is given of what a special case might look like:

Example of a Special Case
Role: hero (required)
Score Function: LEADER >= 50
fromRoles: party
Role: rival (required)
Score Function: RIVAL_WITH.hero >= 1
fromRoles: party
notAlreadyMatchedAs: hero
Role: hero2 (required)
Forbidden Aspects: mystic
fromRoles: party
notAlreadyMatchedAs: hero, rival
Role: greedy (required)
Score Function: max(GREEDY, SNARK)
fromRoles: hero, hero2
This example shows four required roles, but, in fact, only requires three heroes. As we have learned, hero requires a LEADER stat threshold, rival is required to be a rival of hero, and hero2 is required to not be a mystic. Unlike the previous three roles, the greedy role is drawn fromRoles: hero, hero2 and does not have a notAlreadyMatchedAs definition. The score function in greedy role will target the hero with the highest GREEDY or SNARK stat, but only from the roles hero and hero2.

Further Targeting Examples

This section will further examine hero targeting by looking at examples.

Scoring Thresholds vs. No Scoring Thresholds

First, consider the difference between a score function with a threshold, and a score function without a threshold:

Example:
A) Role: bookish (required)
Score Function: BOOKISH >= 80
B) Role: bookish (required)
Score Function: BOOKISH

Lets assume these roles choose a target by score. Example A) requires a BOOKISH score of greater than or equal to 80, and will target the hero with the highest BOOKISH stat. Example B) will target the hero with the highest BOOKISH stat.

The Max Scoring Function

The max(x,y,z) function is the most common function (see Expressions) used in hero targeting score functions. It returns the highest value of a set of parameters.

Example:
A) Role: volunteer (required)
Score Function: max(CHARISMA, TENACITY)

Here, the max() function will target the hero with the highest CHARISMA or TENACITY stat.

The max() function can be used with thresholds:

Example:
A) Role: volunteer (required)
Score Function: max(CHARISMA, TENACITY) >= 20

Here, the max() function requires a hero with CHARISMA or TENACITY stat greater than or equal to 20, and will target the hero with the highest CHARISMA or TENACITY stat.

Complex Scoring Functions and Thresholds

So far we've entertained fairly simple score functions. But hero targeting may well look like the example below:

Example:
Role: statPotency (required)
Score Function: (1000*mystic)+((10*max(BOOKISH,POET,SNARK))+POTENCY) >= 1000

This is an example from the Entanglement event. Here, the role requires a hero to pass a score threshold of 1000. The score function uses STATS as well as an ASPECT (mystic).

All aspects have value. For mystic aspect, the value is 1.

The parentheses on the left are then (1000*1) or (1000*0) depending on whether the hero is of the mystic class. In practice, this target will almost exclusively target a hero of the mystic class with the highest stat in BOOKISH, POET, or SNARK (and throw in a little potency for marginal cases).

Note, it is still theoretically possible for the role to target a hero with a very high (100) BOOKISH, POET, or SNARK stat, or a hero with a POET (99) stat and POTENCY (10) stat, for example. For the latter case, the parentheses on the right would read (10*99+10) = 1000.

Relationship Scoring

One of the most common hero targeting functions are relationship scoring functions. Like aspects, relationships have value.

For relationships, the value is between 1 and 5 (a value of 1 being a level one one heart (lover)/lightning (rival)/pawn (friend) relationship and 5 being a fully maxed relationship.

Relationship scoring operates on the same principles already discussed: They may be required (have thresholds) or preferred (lack thresholds).

Important! In relationship scoring, pay attention to the .rolename suffix in the function. This determines the previously targeted role that is the target of the relationship.

Examples:
A) Role: lover (required)
Score Function: LOVER_WITH.hero >= 1

Here, any LOVER relationship is required with the role hero.

B) Role: lover (required)
Score Function: LOVER_WITH.hero >= 5

Here, a maxed LOVER relationship is required with the role hero.

C) Role: lover (required)
Score Function: LOVER_WITH.hero

Here, a LOVER relationship is preferred, but not mandatory, with hero because the score threshold is missing.

D) Role: hero2 (required)
Score Function: SHIP_WITH.hero >= 3

Here, any RELATIONSHIP (Friend, Rival, Lover) greater than of equal to level three is required.

E) Role: hero2 (required)
Score Function: PARENT_OF.hero >= 1

Here, hero2 must be a parent of hero.

Case Study: Drifters

Putting it all together. Let's look at a complete case of hero targeting for the Drifters event.
For sake of clarity, fromRoles and notAlreadyMatchedAs definitions, briefly discussed in the previous section, are added.
Role: coward (required)
Score: max(COWARD, BOOKISH, LONER) >= 80
Eligible for Theme: green
Eligible for Theme Piece: tattoo
fromRoles: party
Role: rival (required)
Score: RIVAL_WITH.coward >= 1
Eligible for Theme: green
Eligible for Theme Piece: tattoo
fromRoles: party
notAlreadyMatchedAs: coward
Role: leader (required)
Score: LEADER
fromRoles: party
notAlreadyMatchedAs: coward , rival
Role: hero (required)
fromRoles: party
notAlreadyMatchedAs: leader

The coward role requires a hero with one of the stats of COWARD, BOOKISH, or LONER to be greater than or equal to 80. No one in the company may have the theme green (Sylvan transformation). The hero must not have conflicting themes (wolf, fire, crow, frog, shadow, skeleton). The hero must have an open head theme slot.

The rival role is otherwise similar, but instead of a STAT requirement, the rival role requires a hero that is the rival of the coward role (notice the score threshold).

The leader role prefers a hero with a high LEADER stat (notice the lack of a score threshold).

The hero role has no requirements. Notice that the notAlreadyMatchedAs definition only defines the leader role. This means that the hero role may match with the same hero that is matched in the coward or rival roles, meaning that the event can actually be triggered with only three heroes.