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I Fight to Win

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I Fight to Win

I Fight to Win

Type: Plot House: Neutral
Income:3 Initiative: 5 Claim: 1
Game Text:
Power Struggle.
If you have more than 1 opponent, after each player has selected a Title, you may select a second Title from the remaining Titles and use both Titles this round.
Number: 100 Set: TBC
Quantity: 3 Illustrator: Felicia Cano
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Card design only for melee.Stats not bad, would be better to have one more gold but 5 ini value. It's almost autoinclude in melee fromat. Being able to have two titles gives us more resource or special abilities and as second title we can chose support or oppose depending on our needs at that moment.
Feb 22 2012 04:25 AM
How would this work with Myrcella Lannister (ODG). Say Myrcella has one title and is switching with someone who has two. Would Myrcella take both titles or pick one?
They would pick one.
This would mean that, in a 3-player melee, all titles would be available the next round (as there would be only 2 titles left and 3 players), wouldn't it?
That is also correct
Now with this card, a player who supports only one of my titles may not attack me? Or does this support check only apply to them for the first title I picked?
the other day i played a 3p melee. I supported both players and them both supported me. I opposed my self xS

I was first player and couldn't attack. Both players forgot about me and i won a couple of supportings and played make an example and other winning events xD was so funny.
Lol sounds hilarious :) so then I think we both agree on how the plot can be used. Another question that I keep forgetting about though: can you use your supporting ability to defend for the same player more than one time per phase? I know the crown and kingsguard are both limit one per.
Of course you can. But only if they don't defend. It's different with the crown and kingsguard cause supporting is not redirecting.
Right. I am looking at a combo like Targ heir agenda on a turn with WotN Khal and royal favor on him (or another renown). I especially like that this is a power struggle, which makes me want to include Art of Diplomacy in the deck with a few other pow struggles.