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The Hand's Judgement vs A Dragon Is No Slave reaction (and other recursion events)

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Best Answer mplain , 05 June 2018 - 10:29 AM

Can The Hand's Judgement be used to cancel the reaction ability on A Dragon Is No Slave (and the other recursion events)?


Yes. FAQ (1.5) says:

If an ability cancels the "effects of an event," that ability can cancel the effects of any triggered ability on an event card.

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Can The Hand's Judgement be used to cancel the reaction ability on A Dragon Is No Slave (and the other recursion events)?
 

The Hand's Judgment

Interrupt: When the effects of an opponent's event would initiate, cancel those effects. X is that event's printed cost.

 

A Dragon Is No Slave

Challenges Action: Choose a character without attachments. That character gets -2 STR until the end of the phase.

Reaction: After you win a challenge in which you control a participating Dragon character or Daenerys Targaryen, pay 1 gold to return A Dragon Is No Slave from your discard pile to your hand.



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✓  Best Answer

Can The Hand's Judgement be used to cancel the reaction ability on A Dragon Is No Slave (and the other recursion events)?


Yes. FAQ (1.5) says:

If an ability cancels the "effects of an event," that ability can cancel the effects of any triggered ability on an event card.







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