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Is Da Moon Onna Stikk cumulative?

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Here's what it says on Skragrott's warscroll:

"If any wounds inflicted by Da Moon Onna Stikk are allocated to an enemy model and not negated, that enemy model suffers 1 mortal wound at the end of each battle round (even if the wounds inflicted by Da Moon Onna Stikk are subsequently healed)."

So... Let's say that in Battle Round 1, Da Moon allocates wounds without being negated to say, Gordrakk, and thus deals 1 mortal wound to him at the end of Battle Round 1...

Then, in Battle Round 2, Da Moon allocates wounds without being negated to Gordrakk... 

... He obviously is dealt the initial 1 mortal wound as a result of Battle Round 1's attack...  Does it deal an additional 1 mortal wound as a result of Battle Round 2's attack?

(And so on...)

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Any = one or more.

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Q: When the word ‘any’ is used in the criteria for an ability, how many times is that ability applied when the criteria for the ability are fulfilled? For example, if an ability said ‘Add
1 to hit rolls for models that are within 6" of any models with this ability’, would I add 1 to the hit rolls of a model that was within 6" of three models with the ability, or would I add 3 to the hit rolls?
A: The word ‘any’ is treated as being synonymous with ‘one or more’. In your example, this means that 1 would be added to the hit rolls, not 3.

So, if one or more wounds  inflicted by Da Moon Onna Stikk are allocated to an enemy model and not negated, that enemy model suffers 1 mortal wound at the end of each battle round.

It doesn't stack, the most damage you do with this special ability is 1 mortal wound each battle round per damaged unit.

Edited by DerZauberer
replaced model with unit in last sentence
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