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Knight of the Red Fork

Knight of the Red Fork

Type: Character House: Stark
Cost: 1 Strength: 3 Icons: Military, Power
Game Text:
Knight. House Tully.
After you play Knight of the Red Fork from your hand, kneel all non-House Tully cards you control. Knight of the Red Fork does not stand during the standing phase if you lost dominance this round.
Crest: War
Number: 17 Set: LoW
Quantity: 3 Illustrator: Thomas Denmark
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do he not stand only if u don't win dominance when played or ever?
It's a passive effect that happens each standing phase. If you won dominance on the round the standing phase is in then he stands; if you didn't then he doesn't. Whether it's the first turn you've played him or not doesn't effect things (beyond the initial kneeling effect, obviously).
ook thanks ;)
This card seems like more trouble than it's worth to me. Unless you get him out in setup (or have a freakin ton of Tully cards in your deck), you've got to worry about the "after you play" effect, and even w/o that you've got to hold dominance to keep him from getting knelt. Anybody like using this guy? What have I missed?
He's still a good price for what he is. One gold for 3 str red/blue icons and a war crest (as well as two good traits) is a good deal. You are correct, he's not so great once you get the ball rolling, but in setup he's amazing, and for a post-valar recovery he's great too. Keep in mind also that if you lose dom he doesn't kneel, he just can't stand that phase. So if you didn't kneel him earlier, it doesn't matter. With frozen outpost this distinction makes him a great 7-str non-kneeling defensive character. Does he belong in every deck? Certainly not, but he's perfectly decent in a Knight or Tully deck.
    • happyred likes this
Thanks. I see your points. True on "not standing" as opposed to being knelt, too. A distinction I missed there.