Does the trait (ignore enemies ZoCs) works for scenarios too? Example, the idols, you cannot turn one normally if you stand in an enemies ZoC.
I'd say that Elusive does not help you. Even if the model ignores the ZoC it is still in it.
I follow the rules of bushido. I am a bushi.
If you are engaged by a dozen enemies you can happily turn an idol, because engaged models loose her ZoC, and they are engaged with you. Even if this sounds stupid, but so is the rule change.
Follow this logic, elusive should work. But i expect a rule change for all the scenarios anyway.
I thought that all been changed to the same wording as in Keii: 'not in Base to Base or Zone of Control of an enemy model' - I'm certain that is the intent.
Losing ZoC while engaged is a very good rule, in my eyes. Among other things it means you can engage one opponent to get another to engage an enemy just beyond it. Models like Jin could really mess up your movement otherwise - 3" ZoC (using Ki Feat) even if still occupied by enemies on all sides. (Now place Yoshio 4" away from her.)
An engaged model simply has to focus on the attacker and cannot spare time to stop others from passing by or leaving an offering&turning an idol.