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To Save a Friend
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Mar 27 2017 05:38 AM by TheNameWasTaken

They don't. Captured cards are one thing, enhancements are another, and generic facedown cards are another. And game rules allow objectives to have captured cards and enhancements, so blanking an objective doesn't get rid of either (unless, for example, an enhancement said "Enhance an elite objective" - blanking the objective would remove elite and thus it would no longer be a legal target for the enhancement). Facedown cards are a different thing in that the rules don't mention them and it seems like the game doesn't check whether it's legal for a card to have facedown cards attached, so Tarkin blanking such a card doesn't discard the facedowns. In the case of Hero's Beginning and Imperial Bureaucracy Tarkin does absolutely nothing because the ability to use the facedown cards is a lasting effect set up when the Reaction initially resolved, and Tarkin doesn't touch already initiated lasting effects. In case of Hidden Grove and R2-D2 a Tarkin blank removes both the ability to add new facedowns and the ability to use existing facedowns (because there the ability to use them is a constant effect, not a lasting one), but the cards stay where they are.

To Save a Friend
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Mar 26 2017 11:47 PM by RoyalAegis

I didn't know if captured/facedown cards count as enhancements or not. 

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Mar 26 2017 09:04 PM by TheNameWasTaken

No, why would they? The effect resolves, places cards as captured here and that's the end of it. LS missions are DS objectives and game rules allow DS objectives to have cards captured at them.

To Save a Friend
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Mar 26 2017 06:28 PM by kiramode

We don't ask such questions. But I would guess not seeing as how Dirty Secrets doesn't remove captured cards from scum objectives.

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Mar 26 2017 06:03 PM by RoyalAegis

If Tarkin blanks this objective, do the captured cards get discarded? 

We Shall Double Our Efforts
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Mar 25 2017 10:55 AM by lumpikuchen

You play the card as you are focusing a card to generate resources.  It now generates double what it would have (ie if you placed 1 focus token on it, it generates 2 resources; if you placed 2 focus tokens on it, it generates 4 resources; etc).

thx a lot. but like you are explaining, it seems that this event card effects just one resource producing card. What means, that if i play this event card i can just double the amount of produceable resources of one card. I always understood it as every card which produced a resource, can produce an additional one if you play the event card.

Death Star II
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Mar 25 2017 12:08 AM by dbmeboy

Correct.  Though note that the Death Star II did receive an errata to include the text "This unit cannot be affected by enemy card effects."  That doesn't protect it from combat icons, but it does protect it from various event cards.

We Shall Double Our Efforts
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Mar 25 2017 12:05 AM by dbmeboy

You play the card as you are focusing a card to generate resources.  It now generates double what it would have (ie if you placed 1 focus token on it, it generates 2 resources; if you placed 2 focus tokens on it, it generates 4 resources; etc).

Luke Skywalker
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Mar 24 2017 11:36 PM by Raptor225

I'm feeling like this card is similar to Pilot Boba in that it may be better to play this as a unit instead of a Pilot. Not elite, but has good icons.


I've never played him as a pilot. He's always better as a unit
Death Star II
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Mar 24 2017 10:26 AM by lumpikuchen

Even if the dark side is able to built/play the death star II, the dark side still has to destroy at least one objective card from every light side player to win the game? And if the death star II appears, as light side player i can treat this card as a normal enemy unit, what means, i can even stun the death star II with tactic (focus tokens)?

We Shall Double Our Efforts
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Mar 24 2017 10:18 AM by lumpikuchen

Do i have to play this card before i use the resources (so that i can use the double of the "production" of resources --> for every resource i use, i can use an additional one). Or do i have to play the card after i have already used the resource in a normal way, but then i play "We Shall Double Our Efforts" and i get therefore for every resource i produced an additional one? thx for helping

Ezra Bridger
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Mar 23 2017 05:07 PM by dbmeboy
Several cases here:
 
  • How does the Reaction on Ezra Bridger work if your opponent has no cards in hand or no participating units?
    • If an opponent has no participating units *and* no cards in hand, Ezra’s Reaction cannot be triggered, due to FAQ 3.6. This case is fairly straight forward
  • Obviously if an opponent has both participating units and 2+ cards in hand, they may make either choice.
  • If an opponent has no cards in hand, but controls participating units, they must choose an option that can change the game state, so they must choose to place 1 focus token on one of their participating units.
    • This covers the 2v2 situation as well. If you have no participating units, you must discard.
    • Conversely, if an opponent has no participating units but does have 2+ cards in hand, then they must choose the discard cards option for the same reason
  • If an opponent has exactly 1 card in hand, then discarding cards is a viable option
    • Cards can be discarded, so the game state will change (which passes the FAQ 3.6 check); and once that option is selected one resolves as much of the effect as possible (the same as how a “discard 2 cards” effect can resolve when someone has only a single card in hand).
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Erik Dahlman
LCG Developer
Luke Skywalker
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Mar 23 2017 03:23 PM by RoyalAegis

I'm feeling like this card is similar to Pilot Boba in that it may be better to play this as a unit instead of a Pilot. Not elite, but has good icons.

Ezra Bridger
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Mar 23 2017 01:56 PM by Gremlinator

It doesn't rely on the dark side player defending, only that Ezra is focused to strike.

Ezra Bridger
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Mar 23 2017 11:27 AM by michaeldirrim

If the dark side player does not defend he has no defending units. He doesn't have to discard two cards to avoid a non-existent threat. 

Moment of Triumph
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Mar 20 2017 07:09 PM by Superdave40

OK. Not Loth Cat. It says targeted

Moment of Triumph
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Mar 20 2017 07:08 PM by Superdave40

Loth Cat

Luke Skywalker
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Mar 20 2017 07:37 AM by Renegat

Thanks a lot for the answer and explanation. The help from both of you and the fast response is really appreciated.Read it right away and didn't lose any more sleep over it, just couldn't find a keyboard earlier to say thank you.

Apology Accepted
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Mar 19 2017 04:31 PM by RoyalAegis

Didn't even think about that. Moreover, Captain Needa's ship was the Avenger so it fits in thematically.

Moment of Triumph
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Mar 17 2017 06:20 PM by Majestaat

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