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A Game of Thrones 2nd Edition


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Ser Robert Strong
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May 19 2019 09:00 AM by jumbles

Yes, they can be used in the same deck since no rule or text forbids it.

Ser Robert Strong
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May 18 2019 12:31 PM by Elbslayer

would it be allowed to have ser gregor clegane and ser robert strong in the same deck? storywise they resemble the same person in different "condition" but rulewise they don't represent the same card.

Northern Armory
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May 09 2019 05:54 PM by jumbles

That is correct, unless you have a way to remove it from play and then put it back in play.

Northern Armory
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May 09 2019 05:34 PM by Elbslayer

so is the "stand a stark char" actually a 1 time effect only since the armory is not to be allowed to stand again?

Raiding Khalasar
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Apr 29 2019 07:15 AM by jumbles

That would be correct if you also had an attacking Bloodrider.

Raiding Khalasar
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Apr 28 2019 07:10 PM by hypernexus

If a player has multiple Raiding Khalasar's in one challenge, does each of them raise the claim value by 1?

Example:
Plot claim :1

2 Raiding Khalasars: 2

Raised claim : 3

The Spider’s Web
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Apr 25 2019 07:19 AM by jumbles

You would be able to do three.

The Spider’s Web
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Apr 23 2019 06:15 AM by Aniel

Hi, could someone clarify for me, if I would use this scheme in RAINS, together with Casterly Rock will I be able to play 3 INT challenges (+1 from Casterly Rock; +1 from the Spider's Web) or still only two? 

Castle Black
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Apr 22 2019 09:52 PM by jumbles

You don't bring the character out of the challenge. You just stand him and add 2 Str. A character usually has to kneel to join a challenge, but remaining kneeling is not a requirement of participating in a challenge a character has already joined.

Blood of the Dragon
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Apr 22 2019 09:50 PM by jumbles

It lasts through all phases. It is a constant ability.

Castle Black
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Apr 22 2019 09:09 PM by bueneira
No, he don't left the challenge. You declare him as defender (must kneel), then you can use Castle Black after he is already at the challenge as a defender. He will than stand and get the bonus, but stays in the challenge. He will be able to contribuite in this challenge with +2 STR and still be used after the challenge (because you stand him).
Castle Black
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Apr 19 2019 04:09 PM by Shoootnik13

Can you explain the meaning of the card? Playing the castle, I stand the character and bring him out of challenge. But at the same time, I add to him 2 STR that act only in THIS challenge. But he is no longer a party to the challenge, and in the next challenge STR will not be added. Help me!

Blood of the Dragon
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Apr 18 2019 10:56 AM by pjwalery

Yes, the crown character will be killed before the Confiscation can remove the Crown. Confiscation will need to remove something else instead.

 

I encountered a situation that sparked a ltitle debate in a round last night. Does the "and is killed if its STR is 0" continue to apply throughout all phases? 

 

For example, an opponent that attacks me would have -1 STR from the plot, and -1 from Dany standing -- therefore have -2 STR, and if they only have 2 STR would they then die?? 

 

I used "Dragon Sight" to add another -1 STR to non-dragon characters for a compound effect, and the three of us playing agreed that it made sense for any characters hitting 0 STR would die as long as the plot is active, since essentially the Targaryans just lit the battlefield on fire. But i'm curious what others think. 

The Wall
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Apr 18 2019 07:03 AM by jumbles

I believe that is correct.

The Conclave
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Apr 18 2019 06:55 AM by jumbles

You get to look at them.

The Wall
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Apr 10 2019 08:16 AM by zAZ9

Does this mean that your neutral characters are no longer neutral when this card is in play? So, e.g., cannot be knelt for Tithe?

The Conclave
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Apr 09 2019 06:53 PM by zAZ9

When it says "choose 1 card under this agenda", do you get to look at them, or is it just pot luck? 

The Starry Sept
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Mar 31 2019 04:31 PM by zAZ9

Could be good in a Stark deck with Catelyn, the Blackfish, Riverrun, Vyman etc.

The Starry Sept
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Mar 29 2019 06:38 PM by jumbles

Power on a location still counts towards the victory condition. No need to move it to a character to win.

The Starry Sept
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Mar 29 2019 06:04 PM by Toper

You can move power to your own character, can be done multiple times to the same character. I would use it at the end of your challenges to win the game

Power on all cards that you control counts toward winning, so you'll win before you can do this.

The Starry Sept
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Mar 29 2019 04:08 PM by zAZ9

duplicate discarded

The Starry Sept
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Mar 28 2019 03:41 PM by lahirund

You can move power to your own character, can be done multiple times to the same character. I would use it at the end of your challenges to win the game

Oldtown Informer
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Mar 20 2019 05:41 PM by jumbles

No.

 

"Event cards and agenda cards implicitly interact with the game from an out of play area, as established by the rules of their cardtypes" (RRp2).

 

"Unless the ability that puts it into play also changes its cardtype to a cardtype that is permitted in play, an event card cannot enter play" (RRp7).

Someone Always Tells
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Mar 19 2019 07:43 PM by jumbles

Yes.

Someone Always Tells
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Mar 18 2019 11:13 AM by phuizenga1

if you have the gold when it's needed, can you cancel Valar Morg from going off with this?