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Type: Ally Sphere: Leadership
Cost: 5
Willpower: 2 Attack: 2 Defense: 1 Hit Points: 3
Dale. Scout. Warrior.
Response: After you play Wiglaf, play an Item attachment on him from your hand for no cost.
Action: Exhaust an attachment on Wiglaf to ready him. (Limit once per phase.)

Set: Roam Across Rhovanion Number: 27
Quantity: 3
Illustrator: Aleksander Karcz


Can you trigger his response if you get him into play with Send for Aid?

My guess is yes, you could trigger his response with Send for Aid. If you couldn't his card would read something like "After you play Wiglaf from your hand..."


But I'm not 100% sure, though. I've heard people say that "Putting into play" and "Playing" are two different things.



Oct 29 2018 07:04 AM

No, 'play' and 'putting into play' are definitely different things, and since Send for Aid uses 'putting into play' it does not trigger Wiglaf's response.

Thank you guys for clearing this up. It definitely is two different things after re-reading the update RRG. Appreciate it! My advice is not to use Send for Aid for Wiglaf! Although King of Dale should make sure you aren't struggling to pay his cost anyway.

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