Ok so a friend is playing with Olgoth who has the quite powerful reaction "volatile".
This ability says:
"If this figure is hit, adjacent units are crushed and adjacent buildings and monsters take 1 damage. If this figure is a unit, crush it."
So a question arose during the game if performing something like beat back its obvious he gets pushed back then volatile goes off since triggers go off before reactions however what about things like lightning attack or chain attack which grant the user an extra attack? Does volatile go off between attacks or after the second?
I mean the second attack is a trigger so it would seem both would go then volatile would react but at the same time can you even resolve a second attack without first accounting for reactions to the first attack?
Obviously this means the difference between 1, 2 or 0 damage so it's quite important.