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 +===== Fierce =====
 +<div info>**From the Comprehensive Rules 4.0:**
 +During a turn, after all normal skirmishes are resolved, surviving minions with the keyword fierce must be defended against a second time. Players perform another assignment phase and then complete a separate skirmish phase for each fierce skirmish.
 +Players may again perform assignment actions (special abilities on cards in play with “Assignment:” and events with that keyword) using the action procedure.
 +The Free Peoples player then assigns defenders just as during the regular assignment phase, and then Shadow players assign any fierce minions that remain unassigned. (See ally.)
 +Then each defending companion fights in a separate skirmish phase, just as during the regular skirmish phases, in an order decided by the Free Peoples player.
 +<div fgbrown>//Aragorn is assigned to defend against a fierce Uruk-hai. In the normal skirmish phase, Aragorn wins and the Uruk-hai takes one wound. During the following fierce skirmish phase, the Free Peoples player may once more assign a companion to defend against the Uruk-hai. This companion may be Aragorn or may be a different companion.//</div>
 +A minion must be in play and fierce at the start of the fierce assignment phase to participate in a fierce skirmish. During the fierce assignment phase, ignore any effect that results in assignment with a minion that is not fierce.
 +Once a minion is assigned in the fierce assignment phase, that minion’s fierce skirmish must be resolved, even if that minion somehow becomes no longer fierce.
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