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Hugor Hill

Hugor Hill

Unique Hugor Hill

Type: Character House: Lannister
Cost: 4 Strength: 3 Icons: Intrigue, Power
Game Text:
Traitor. Fool.
Discard Hugor Hill from play if you control Tyrion Lannister.

If you win a challenge in which Hugor Hill attacked alone, instead of the normal claim effects, choose a character in the losing opponent's discard pile with a cost of X or lower. Put that character into play under your control. X is the amount by which you won the challenge.
Crest: Learned
Number: 4 Set: VM
Quantity: 3 Illustrator:
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Is The Red Viper (PotS) immune to Hugor's ability, while TRV is in discard pile?
Oct 22 2012 01:23 PM
I don't believe so. Card text like "immune to character abilities" only applies while in play.
Oct 22 2012 01:53 PM
This should neatly answer the question...

(3.13) Out of Play States
Attachment, location, and character card
effects can only be triggered (or affect the
game) when the card is in play. Event cards
can be triggered from your hand using an
action. In general, card effects on non-event
cards in a player's hand, deck, shadows area,
discard pile, and dead pile are not considered
to be actionable unless the card specifically
states that it can be triggered while in its outof-play state.

Tried him out for the first time today, and was impressed!
An unopposed Power challenge, followed by using the stolen char (Asha Greyjoy (WLL) in this case) for the remaining challenges.
Unless going for a Clansman build, I would now be tempted to use this version over Tyrion now.

Tried him out for the first time today, and was impressed!

That's interesting. What kind of deck did you run?
A Hyperkneel deck, so had it where there weren't any eligible characters to defend against him, as even if they had a character, so long as they don't have stealth you can walk past.