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Nikola Tesla
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Yesterday, 12:26 PM by Nightmare588
for the low cost of discarding cards from the top of your deck, you basically turn your opponents success tokens into your success tokens.
Bound and Gagged
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Yesterday, 09:02 AM by NuFenix
Yes, as per FAQ 2.33

An attachment only checks the requirements for attaching it when the card enters play. For example, if an attachment had the requirement “Attach to a Servitor character,” and if the Servitor character it was attached to later on loses the Servitor subtype, the attachment would still remain.

Nikola Tesla
*****

Yesterday, 09:00 AM by ultimate26

so oracle + tesla = everyone is screwed?

Cunning Mascheraro
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Yesterday, 07:59 AM by NuFenix

The thing is, unless both you and your opponent are running conspiracies, it limits how often his ability will happen, if at all. Whereas a more reliable 1 cost character brings more to the table.

Bound and Gagged
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Yesterday, 07:54 AM by Nightmare588
If you use a skill reduing effect such as clover club torch singer to reduce the skill of a character to 2 or below and then attach this to that character. does it stay on the character after the skill reduction effect expired? I say yes, but wanted a more official ruling.
Nikola Tesla
*****

Yesterday, 07:46 AM by Nightmare588
The fact that he combos with other restricted cards so well, mainly lost oracle, means that Tesla had to get restricted as well. the restriction knocks him from a fun destroying crazy awesome, to simply a good supprise if you build around him
Nikola Tesla
*****

Yesterday, 06:42 AM by ultimate26

I am surprised he is still restricted when by himself he cant do much, is it really needed?

Nikola Tesla
*****

Yesterday, 04:29 AM by Nightmare588
Im a bit confuse, what exactly is an effect triggered from your discard pile? I was under the impression that only cards that say, can only be triggered from your discard pile, counted. Uroboros doesnt say that.
Cunning Mascheraro
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Jan 28 2015 07:16 PM by FunkeXMix

I heard some bad things about this card. But running conspiracies and then putting an icon boosting attachment on him seems pretty cool. It does not say printed icons

Wentshukumishiteu
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Jan 28 2015 01:55 AM by Mnemonaut

Thanks a lot!

Wentshukumishiteu
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Jan 28 2015 12:06 AM by WWDrakey

Yes.

 

The relevant FAQ entry:

 

Responses on Cards Leaving Play
 
Some cards respond to themselves 
leaving play, self-referentially, or to 
effects that may cause that card to leave 
play. Such responses can be triggered 
as if the card were still in play. Note 
that only Response or Forced Response 
effects can be triggered in this manner, 
and they must respond to leaving play or 
the effect that causes them to leave play. 
Cards may not take “one last Action” 
before they leave play.
Wentshukumishiteu
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Jan 27 2015 11:29 PM by Mnemonaut

Does Wentshukumishiteu trigger when put into hand with Mists of Lethe?

Strange Delusions
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Jan 27 2015 01:02 AM by dboeren

First, it doesn't "change" the faction of a card.  It just adds one.  So if a card is Shub and you use Strange Delusions and grant it Miskatonic, the card is now both Shub and Miskatonic until the end of the Phase.

 

Second, Neutral is not a faction, so you can't pick Neutral as your grant.

Strange Delusions
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Jan 26 2015 01:23 AM by Harvra
Can I use Strange delusions to change a card of a specific faction into neutral?
Hall of Champions
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Jan 21 2015 07:45 AM by tdnordine

Is there a list of all the Champion cards that have been Published in the LCG format?

Eon Chart
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Jan 20 2015 07:05 AM by NuFenix
Being unsure, I sent a mail to Damon, and got this as a response:
 

This is a very good question, and a little tricky, the triggered effect that resolves, is not resolving on The Claret Knight, it resolves "on the game state” as it were. Once that triggered effect has resolved it creates two constant effects, adding an additional struggle to the story and discard attached character. When the sacrifice effect resolves at the end of the phase it is no longer the triggered effect but the altered game state which is resolving, which The Claret Knight cannot ignore.
 
To further illustrate the difference Eon Chart would need to read something like the following to have The Claret Knight’s immunity protect it,
 
"Action: Add an additional story struggle of your choice to 1 story until the end of the phase. Limit once per phase.
Forced Response: At the end of the phase which Eon Chart has added a story struggle, sacrifice attached character and shuffle Eon Chart into its owner's deck."

 
So, yes it would sacrifice Claret Knight. You were correct TwoShedsJackson that the lasting effect would get rid of him.
Bringer of Fire
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Jan 16 2015 03:45 AM by GrahamM

No, since you couldn't exhaust all copies

Bringer of Fire
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Jan 16 2015 03:20 AM by ultimate26

Could i un-exaust 1 of the 2 in play to re-use the ability potentially killing 2?

Eon Chart
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Jan 12 2015 09:34 PM by TwoShedsJackson

Would this one fall under the 'creates a lasting effect' so it wouldn't protect Claret Knight?

Eon Chart
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Jan 12 2015 11:31 AM by NuFenix

If this is attached to Claret Knight, am I correct that triggering this would give the additional struggle, and Eon Chart would shuffle into my deck, but the Claret Knight would not be sacrificed?



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