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Call Their Bluff

Call Their Bluff

Call Their Bluff

Type: Event House: Lannister
Game Text:

House Lannister only.
Dominance: Pay 2 gold to name a card. Each opponent then reveals his or her hand and discards all cards with that name.
Number: 164 Set: Core
Quantity: 1 Illustrator: Patrick McEvoy
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Very, very rarely will this be worthwhile. You have to already know the contents of their hand and this plus 2 gold has to survive until Dominance. I wouldn't play it.

Guys, as for this event - does it mean, that after I name a card, my opponent(s) should show me his or her hand (so, I'll see all the cards) - and discards all cards with that name. And if I have one more "Call Their Bluff" event, I can play this event again (using two golds) and name another card (which I exactly know, that he or she has it)?

When you play this card, all opponents reveal every card in their hands to everyone. If you have a second copy and two gold (and paid attention to the cards they had), you can certainly play another copy. That said, the four gold and two card slots used to do this would probably be better served putting a character or two into play.

It's a single trigger on a single card, so you do all of this each time you trigger it. You name a card (by title), look at your opponents' hands, and discard any cards with the title you named.


Granted, a second one right on top of the first is probably going to be more effective because you will already know what people have in their hands, but there is nothing stopping you from making educated guess with just one copy of the card.