Rules refereeing time!
The situation: the party has just cleared out and killed an entire room of fairly easy monsters. four or five loot tokens litter the floor where the baddies fell. There is a door leading out of the room that remains closed.
I am playing solo with 3 characters, and very cooperatively, so I’m not overly worried over which character loots the various coin tokens.
On the other hand, I also know I will likely be fighting again in the next room. I have a Spellweaver who has exhausted one of her cards, but also has a Recover all cards play in her hand.
In gameplay structure, we can declare rounds and go ahead and perform long rests, heal, and replenish cards while looting the room. There are no scenario restrictions in this case for the number of rounds to win. No one has a battle goal for rounds or cards in hand.
The conditions to end the scenario have not been met, either, in that combat to clear this room. I understand that when the scenario’s conditions are met, the scenario ends and any/all unlooted gold is unlooted.
But in this case, for speed and convenience, is there anything that prohibits us from just scooping the tokens into loot, going to full HP, refreshing all discards back into everyone’s hands, and even recovering “lost” cards if another card action in-hand allows it without playing out the multiple rounds?