Harmed by <effect>: Some creatures take damage when struck by certain spells or effects, even if it is an effect which would not normally cause damage. If this happens, the creature only takes the stated damage, not the original effect. In this case, the creature should call “Altered” to indicate that the effect did something different from normal. For example: a strange magical creature has “Harmed 20 by Sleep” on its Monster Card. If the creature is struck by a Sleep spell, it will call “Altered” and take 20 damage instead of being Slept. If the creature is struck by a poisoned sword with the call “5 Poison Sleep,” it would call “Altered” and take 25 damage total—20 from the Sleep and 5 from the weapon itself.