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Venomspitter, AoE, and Poison

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Does the Reptus Venomspitter inflict a wound and a poison marker with their AoE RAV?


I'm used to my Gnoll archers inflicting a wound and poison with their arrows, but I'm not sure about these Reptus, and will be playing them soon!!


I'm at the office and away from my rulebook. Sigh.


Any help appreciated.

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