Windblade AOE Frustrations
You attack the middle of a "V" -- one end of the V gets 50% damage and one 25%. Why? Completely counter-intuitive.
You want to pre-potion, move up the windblade and attack next turn. If you arent in range to test it, you pretty much have no idea which targets your Windblade will actually hit. Its a raw guess.
I'll grant that most of us dont always know how the Wizard's chain will go (and sometimes the Chieftain can surprise as well) but, at the least, if you are right about which targets will be hit, you certainly know which targets get which damage. And of course the other AOE units all do constant AOE. The Windblade is the only unit where which target gets what damage is unknowable until some esoteric mechanic is discovered.
For starters, please tell us what the rule and the thinking currently is, so that we can have a group discussion about whether and how it should be adjusted.
One idea to float for discussion is, if the Shaolin need a small buff, boost the Windblade to 100/50/50. If they dont need a small buff, then 100/35/35 would be preferable to 100/50/25. This would not help with the pattern, but at least it takes the unequal damage to the sides of a "V" out of the mix.