Yes, they each get individual attacks, one after the other. Brutal!
I had some problems figuring out how to play the legion devils as well. I think the bottom line is that a monster card activates all monsters of that type on the board. So the legion devils all take action when you execute the instructions on the legion devil monster card. Each devil therefore gets an individual attack.
If Person A draws the legion devils, then the party kills one or two of them, then Person B draws another legion devil card, the one or two previously killed devils are then placed by Person B. Whenever Person A and B enter their villain phase, they move ALL the devils. Both devil cards remain in play until all the devils are killed.Fun! err, I mean... Run!
Am I totally off base here? Can someone post a reasoning for the whole '3 seperate attack' argument?
The same applies for the Legion Devils. Each of the 3 legion devils move and attack independantly when a Legion Devil card is in play.Hope this helps!