Should reckoning effects on an investigator's conditions execute as if done simultaneously (starting with the lead investigator)? Two situations come to mind here.
1) If a reckoning effect condition results in my investigator being blessed or cursed, should I wait until after resolving all other reckoning effects to put the new condition into play (i.e. not benefit from the blessed condition for the other reckoning effects)? This would effectively be like executing the effects simultanously.
2) If a reckoning effect kills my investigator, should I resolve all other effects as well? The case I am thinking of is where the Dark Pact roll of 1 results in another investigator being devoured. If my investigator dies from another effect, does he get to skip resolving this dark pact or should he have to resolve it as well, as if simultaneous?
Mostly, this question came to mind because of a recent answer on this question.