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A Game of Thrones 2nd Edition


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This Must Be Answered Fiercely!
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Today, 04:21 PM by jumbles

No, I would not say that you can trigger this after your characters attack. I think the wording of Daenerys was more wordy than it needed to be.

Driftwood Cudgel
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Today, 03:54 PM by hypernexus

It could be "If it is not the Plot phase". Then, it would not be broken or OP. You would have to use Mag or count on military claim to acivate this.

Or 'Given to the Drowned God'

This Must Be Answered Fiercely!
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Today, 10:41 AM by gramyotron

Since world "against" is overloaded in RRG, does it mean I can trigger this after my own Characters attack? Look how core's Daenerys is worded.

Driftwood Cudgel
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Today, 10:05 AM by gramyotron

It could be "If it is not the Plot phase". Then, it would not be broken or OP. You would have to use Mag or count on military claim to acivate this.

Driftwood Cudgel
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Yesterday, 11:11 PM by hypernexus

It's an interrupt. You can move it to all of them before any of them die. The only difference between "would be killed" and "is killed" is that "would be killed" interrupts happen before "is killed" interrupts. Both types of interrupt happen before the killing. Page 23 of the rules reference lays out the difference in the "Would" section.

Thanks. So if there were two copies fo this cudgel out and 3 drowned god characters - would that mean 6 power?If so,Then this is card broken beyond belief.

 

Seems like this should have been a Reaction to make it less janky .If, for instance if it said Reaction: When a ... or After a ....  Then it would work as I assumed previously?

Driftwood Cudgel
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Yesterday, 08:26 PM by jumbles

It's an interrupt. You can move it to all of them before any of them die. The only difference between "would be killed" and "is killed" is that "would be killed" interrupts happen before "is killed" interrupts. Both types of interrupt happen before the killing. Page 23 of the rules reference lays out the difference in the "Would" section.

Driftwood Cudgel
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Yesterday, 08:13 PM by hypernexus

Can someone explain to me how you can gain (as exampled) 3 power from one cudgel using valar if you have 3 drowned god characters? Each character has to be killed to completion, before the interupt goes off, and the interupt, move and power gain have to be fulfilled to completion before you kill the next character, even though they are considered to be killed simultaenously.

 

So if Chr A has the cudgel - is killed - we move the cudgel to next character B, gaining one power on them.

Character B then has to die, and therefore loses the power on them, surely? So it would only be the very last character you move it to, that would keep the power (and only then if that would have to be saved)

 

No?

Driftwood Cudgel
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Yesterday, 10:18 AM by jumbles

I was wrong. You guys are right. I was thinking the difference between "would be killed" and "is killed" was different from what it actually is.

Driftwood Cudgel
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Yesterday, 05:06 AM by mnBroncos

can trigger it once per character that is killed. so if you have one out and 3 drown gods in play can win with valar on 12 power......its pretty dumb and assuming will get errated at some point 

Driftwood Cudgel
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May 23 2018 08:29 PM by ArinRahl

No, it's an interrupt, interrupts trigger before the kill. But I found the answer: Every interrupt can trigger only once per action that triggered it (FFG Rules Reference). That means u can do it only once per Drowned God character (that is killed). At least that is a BIT better then I thought.

Driftwood Cudgel
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May 23 2018 08:04 PM by jumbles

Valar kills the characters simultaneously. He can't move this to another character that is killed by Valar.

Driftwood Cudgel
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May 23 2018 07:26 PM by ArinRahl

GUY PLS HELP: Smne just played this card and had a few drowned god chars out. I played valar, so he just mooved the attachement around from char to char until he had 15 power and instawin the game? That can't be, right? It would mean all u need is 2 Drowned God Chars and this attachement first turn and second turn u play valar and win the game???

Halder
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May 22 2018 06:27 PM by hypernexus

Are you able to kneel a craven that has been placed  on an opponent to activate Halder's ability?

Yup

Halder
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May 22 2018 04:33 PM by phuizenga1

Are you able to kneel a craven that has been placed  on an opponent to activate Halder's ability?

Flea Bottom
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May 21 2018 01:20 PM by Serazu

Isle of Ravens is generally a very useful card with several applications. Especially its combo with Shadowblack Lane is fantastic.

Daenerys Targaryen
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May 20 2018 01:36 PM by Serazu
Tried her out for the first time. She's the icing on the cake. Targaryen are now plain ridiculous. Targ decks -with just a minimal neutral addition- do *everything*. Character control, location control, attachment control, amazing draw and recursion, stand, great and easy economy and the list goes on. Burn rips everything to shreds. You combat it? There come Drogo and the Second Sons and start the pounding. They are easily *the* House to beat it the current environment. And to think that their box hasn't even arrived yet. They were always strong (save the few months when First Snow was dominant), but, with the latest additions, it's insane how powerful they have become.
Forced March
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May 15 2018 07:45 AM by ArinRahl
Anyways she is not knelt by the card effect, u choose to kneel her to trigger/pay for the card effect. She is only immune to be knelt BY the effect. :)
Saltcliffe Sailor
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May 14 2018 09:24 AM by ArinRahl

yeah, or in a bestow-deck, I have seen some crazy things already together with that Lannister-Girl that can also moove gold around... For now I like her with my Frey-Chars in a Crossing-Deck, giving Walder Frey Stealth or the Black Walder more Str. (or converting gold into power with Frey Bastard) is fun... ^^

Saltcliffe Sailor
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May 14 2018 09:18 AM by hypernexus

yeah well but that is what I really like about her, that u can put the gold on ANY (non-gj) character, not only ones with bestow. :)

She's probably good in a banner deck.

Forced March
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May 14 2018 08:27 AM by NikolaP

Can I trigger Forced March with Ygritte: is cost also a card effect?

I believe kneel is cost, so you could kneel Ygritte to force opponent to kneel one of their characters.

Forced March
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May 13 2018 10:33 PM by Rivarama

Can I trigger Forced March with Ygritte: is cost also a card effect?

Varys’s Riddle
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May 13 2018 08:19 PM by ArinRahl

Explicitly addressed in the FAQ.

 

I finally know what is still buggin me about this. It is understood, but not explicitely written, that "X" is always refering to Summer Harvest, even if it is triggered by someone else, and it affects only this particular Summer Harvest. So it is NOT like the player with VR had virtually his own copy of Summer Harvest revealed, the trigger is clearly bound to the plot of the player who owns it and affects only this player. (or it would be like an empty trigger for the VR-Player, because that player has no "X".)

 

But what is the difference to "draw 3 cards" then? Effects that affect only the player that played the plot should not be "copied", but be triggered again (so that player would be able to draw 6 cards). Unlike Valar Morghulis, which effectively targets both players, and so it is triggered twice for both players. I am sure there is some explanation for this too, but I just don't like it. It feels wrong.

Saltcliffe Sailor
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May 12 2018 11:34 AM by ArinRahl

She also has the ability to give gold to non gj chrs which feeds into the ability, but it's quite cool that silences crew would have stealth from her.

 

yeah well but that is what I really like about her, that u can put the gold on ANY (non-gj) character, not only ones with bestow. :)

Saltcliffe Sailor
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May 12 2018 11:27 AM by ArinRahl

Yeah, I wasn't sure because it didn't really work well on theironthrone.net, sometimes it gave stealth and sometimes not so I thought maybe I got it wrong :D

Saltcliffe Sailor
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May 11 2018 10:37 PM by hypernexus

Yes. What is it that is confusing you specifically? She also has the ability to give gold to non gj chrs which feeds into the ability, but it's quite cool that silences crew would have stealth from her.

 

But alas, that artwork style is too out of place to even consider having in any deck :) (jk) #Whatweretheythinking