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Ardois-Bonnot
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Today, 05:15 PM by VonWibble
Sacrificing all characters at the story (9th Plague?) is pretty nasty - having this guy standing pretty much ensures the opponent won't try to succeed at that story.

And if the opponent has only uniques out then searching for cards to put into play sounds nice to me!
The Claret Knight
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Today, 01:59 PM by Danigral

~He defends the purity and sanctity of red wine from any who would harm it.

 

The wikipedia article references Claret as an anglicized name of clairet, a red Bordeaux popular among British upper class - a term which apparently is never used in France itself. It's incredible how one word can evoke such vivid implication. I imagine that he is a member of the red council, or its champion; hence the allusion to the color red and to England.

The Claret Knight
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Today, 03:30 AM by Saldre

"A deep purplish red colour."  So, for all intents and purposes, he's the "Dark Red Knight".

Ardois-Bonnot
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Yesterday, 08:23 AM by mnBroncos

GOOD so i guess chaos is defiantly what you want to trigger. still good but not broken good (: 

Ardois-Bonnot
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Oct 18 2014 09:47 PM by Saldre

Nope! That Information has already been clarified it seems - maybe in the official answer thread? Or the FAQ? I am sure someone will find a link with the answer, but seeing as the effect would cause an "Unwon" story to be put into your stack, the effect cannot resolve. 

Ardois-Bonnot
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Oct 18 2014 09:01 PM by mnBroncos

do you win a story with this if seventh gate is in play?? 

The Claret Knight
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Oct 18 2014 05:42 PM by VonWibble
To me it sounds like a euphemism for some very strong red wine (like the green fairy = absinthe).
The Claret Knight
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Oct 17 2014 04:53 AM by Saldre

You know, what the devil IS a Claret Knight?

Nikola Tesla
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Oct 17 2014 12:10 AM by Karrius

Uroboros is the big one, though, especially with something like Ritual of Summoning.

Nikola Tesla
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Oct 16 2014 05:44 PM by Carthoris

Now that Tesla and most of his Yithian chums and Lost Oracle are all restricted, it looks like the list of cards that can join Tesla in a deck to put success tokens on him is pretty short. For Yog-faction cards, I believe it's just four: Mists of Lethe, Scholar from Yith, Stalking Hound, and Vortex of Time.

 

Cthulhu has Uroboros who could help. Any others?

On the Lam
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Oct 16 2014 04:56 AM by SapperD
You exhaust in order to commit (usually), so it would prevent a character from committing to a story (unless a card effect is used to commit the character which circumvents the need to exhaust to commit.)
On the Lam
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Oct 16 2014 01:44 AM by Saldre

Hey!

 

Quick question about this card- does it prevent a character from committing to a story (for either defence or offense)?  Do you commit, then exhaust characters - or do you exhaust in order to commit?  

Yithian Scout
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Oct 15 2014 06:08 PM by NuFenix

FAQ 3.4 - Restricted

Studying the Void
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Oct 15 2014 06:08 PM by NuFenix

FAQ 3.4 - Restricted

Lost Oracle
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Oct 15 2014 06:08 PM by NuFenix

FAQ 3.4 - Restricted

Nikola Tesla
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Oct 15 2014 06:08 PM by NuFenix

FAQ 3.4 - Restricted

Speak to the Dead
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Oct 15 2014 06:07 PM by NuFenix

FAQ 3.4 - Restricted

Interstellar Migration
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Oct 15 2014 06:03 PM by NuFenix

Errata 3.4

Interstellar migration should read “Action: Put Interstellar Migration on the bottom of your deck to choose a deck. Discard X cards from that deck. X is equal to the number of Yithian cards in your discard pile. This effect can only be triggered from your discard pile during the story phase. Limit 1 per phase.”
Professor Nathaniel Peaslee
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Oct 15 2014 05:58 PM by NuFenix

Errata 3.4
Professor Nathaniel Peaslee should read “Action: During the operations phase pay X (which must include at least one Yog resource) to choose a non-Ancient One character of X skill or less. The controller of that character gains control of Professor Nathaniel Peaslee and you gain control of that character.”

Claude Owen
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Oct 15 2014 07:05 AM by Kwakkie

No. It is indeed in the FAQ:

 

My opponent takes control of one of my characters through a card effect. Then I play Prepared Alienist (The Key and the Gate F38). At the end of the turn the effect that stole my character ends, what happens to that character?

 

That character returns to your control. Prepared Alienist only prevents characters from changing control, not returning to their owner’s control.



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