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Recent Card Discussion
Hall of Champions
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Jan 20 2015 08:45 PM 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 19 2015 08:05 PM 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 15 2015 04:45 PM by GrahamM

No, since you couldn't exhaust all copies

Bringer of Fire
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Jan 15 2015 04:20 PM 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 10:34 AM 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 12:31 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?

Prism of Many Views
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Jan 11 2015 06:50 PM by Obtuse

You cannot reveal a card that is already revealed, is the essence of the ruling. Since the card is already revealed by the prism, it cannot be revealed again by the rite. I can see why you'd be lawyering that "face up" is not the same thing as "revealed" but they are the same thing.

Prism of Many Views
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Jan 11 2015 03:50 PM by tdnordine
As a newbie, I get that I might not fully understand how the interactions mentioned above are affected by the information in the FAQ, but my counter argument goes like this: Prism states that each player must play with the top card of his deck face up, and the FAQ seems to only put a restriction on cards that are "Revealed" such as in Gate. I get that this might be parsing words ("rules lawyering") but the restriction on Revealed cards doesn't seem to me to apply to this combo. Is there an additional resource I need to consult beyond the FAQ?
Decrepit Wizard
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Jan 11 2015 02:11 PM by GrahamM

Von Wibble is right.

 

According to section 2.13 of the FAQ, "Costs are any resources paid in order to play a card, as well as anything before the “to” part of a card ability," so discarding a resource is a cost of using Decrepit Wizard's ability. 2.13 goes on to say that "You may only pay costs with cards you control," so no, you don't get to choose your opponent's resources.

Decrepit Wizard
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Jan 11 2015 02:09 PM by TwoShedsJackson

There is a difference, the bit before the 'to' is a cost, and costs can only be paid with cards you control. You don't control your opponent's cards which are being used as resources so you can't discard them to pay this cost.  Page 12/13 of the FAQ.

Decrepit Wizard
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Jan 11 2015 01:21 PM by FunkeXMix

It does not say it has to be your domain. Other cards that do not say it has to be your cards allow you to chose. No difference here.

Gustaf Johansen
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Jan 11 2015 10:33 AM by ahzrab
The key card for cultist decks. Love this guy.
Decrepit Wizard
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Jan 11 2015 09:45 AM by VonWibble
This has to be a domain you control as you can't use opponents cards to pay costs, right?
Chess Prodigy
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Jan 11 2015 04:11 AM by Yipe

David Pan and Parallel Universe have the same effect.  Therefore, according to the FAQ Chess Prodigy will change the icon struggle, but David Pan's ability decides that the struggle will use skill instead of icons so Pan's ability will take precedence.

Chess Prodigy
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Jan 11 2015 02:45 AM by ultimate26

If david pan and chess prodigy are in the same story, which ability takes priority? will chess prodigys "Select struggle and resolve with "I" symbols" ever come into play? or since he doesnt have enough skill, it doesnt matter?

Khopesh of the Abyss
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Jan 11 2015 02:19 AM by ultimate26

I just read that khopesh was errata'd so that putting a wound on your own guy is the cost therefore canceling the wound would cancel the effect.

Prism of Many Views
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Jan 10 2015 09:14 AM by BeldVanGuard

Sadly, that combo doesn't work anymore tdnordine. A ruling made awhile back broke this and many other fun combos. A revealed card cannot be revealed. So having this out prevents you from using Gate. Same issue came up with Peter Clover and Martin Herring =/

Professor of Folklore
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Jan 10 2015 06:07 AM by GrahamM

Also this guy deserves more than three stars!

Professor of Folklore
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Jan 10 2015 12:52 AM by NuFenix

No, as Khopesh was errated, so paying the wound is now a cost. As such, cancelling it wouldn't work.

Prism of Many Views
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Jan 09 2015 09:20 PM by tdnordine

There is a cool synergy between this card and Rite of the Silver Gate where you can target characters with Silver Gate with perfect knowledge because this card puts the top card face up.  Add in a Stone Calendar and you can rinse and repeat to the point of taking out half of your opponents deck.

 

Obviously this is susceptible to support destruction but can be devastating until it is countered.



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