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The Gate of The Silver Key

The Gate of The Silver Key

The Gate of The Silver Key

Convergence of Space-Time
Type: Support Faction: Yog-Sothoth
Cost: 2
Game Text:
Environment. Attachment.
Attach to a story card.
Forced Response: After you succeed at the attached story, put the The Gate of The Silver Key on the bottom of your deck. Then, reveal the top 10 cards of a player's deck and put them back in any order.
Set: ER
Number: 58
Illustrator: Carolina Eade


Is there any rule that says you can't write down the 10 cards on a piece of paper?  There's enough going on between board, hand, and discard pile, it seems unreasonable to expect a player to also memorize the order of the next 10 cards.

Oct 05 2017 11:06 AM

There may be a tournament rule for that (I don't recall it, but there certain are in some games) but I don't think there is a game rule preventing you writing stuff down. And since we don't play tournaments much anymore, I would say go for it!

Yeah, I guess it depends on the tournament but also the opponent.  I can imagine some players whining about it if they thought it would help their chances of winning.  I guess the house would have to make a ruling in that case, and my guess is they'd side with the guy who is making the complaint.

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