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Units considered committed to the force


Best Answer dbmeboy , 13 January 2015 - 01:28 PM

Units that are considered committed count as being committed for any game or card effect, so they would survive My Ally is the Force. However, you never actually committed them so you can't trigger Reactions to committing them. Go to the full post »


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Karolo82

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Just to be sure :

 

Can i use this reaction : "After you commit a [Sith] unit to the Force, place 1 focus token on a target enemy unit." after attaching Mara Jade's Lightsaber to Mara Jade?

 

Second question : 

 

Are units considered committed to the force "immune" to effects like this one? : Reaction: After you win a Force struggle, destroy all units not committed to the Force.

 

Thanks for the answer.



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Units that are considered committed count as being committed for any game or card effect, so they would survive My Ally is the Force. However, you never actually committed them so you can't trigger Reactions to committing them.

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does it count its force icon during the force struggle?



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does it count its force icon during the force struggle?


Yes, they are now considered committed to the Force. They also get 2 focus tokens for striking.