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Enslaved



Enslaved


Type: Attachment House: Lannister
Cost:2
Game Text:
Condition.
Attach to a character with printed cost 2 or lower.
Take control of attached character.
Number: 87 Set: THoBaW
Quantity: 3 Illustrator: Regis Moulun
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11 Comments

If this attachment is discarded through a card effect after it was successfully played, does control of the character revert back to the character card's owner? It doesn't seem to say it would...(!)
It does, that's the general ruling. Same goes to Ward (VM). Dubious Loyalties (IG) is a different case though, but you can find out more reading comments there.
"A Better Offer" is back. Neat.

Oh, "Threads of Disloyalty" is back. Neat ;D


I seriously like this card. Would have thought an effect like this would be non-uniques only, but no. Really solid. You are limited to "playing" a character you opponent controls, but it also wastes their investment into it. All available attachment hate balances it out though.
And how does it work with shadow cards? Can i take control of a card with printed cost S1 or only S0?

ShadowcatX2000
Jan 23 2013 03:47 PM
Only S0. S = 2 gold.
Thank you Shadowcat ;)
What occurs if the character with a printed strength of "2" has an attachment that increases the printed strength by "x". Do you take control of the attachment as well? If so, does the strength still count as what is printed on the character card excluding any attachment(s)?
Enslaved attaches to a character with printed cost, not strength.

When you take control of something, you only take control of that thing. Anything attached to it, or what it is attached to, is not affected.
Hmm, When you take control of a character who has an attachment the attachment goes with the character, however your opponent still controls the attachment so you cant then use any triggered effects on it etc, however if the attachment increases the characters str via a passive effect then it still counts towards the new strength of the character stolen.
Duplicates are also a special case mentioned in the FAQ, when control of a character changes the control of duplicates change as well.