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Recent Card Discussion
Luke’s X-34 Landspeeder
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Today, 02:11 AM by CharlieFilms

Correct. You can only declare an engagement once against a given objective, but you can redirect engagements without restriction.

 

If this is the case, what is the point of using the word "eligible"?

 

Scenario:

Yoda declares against Fall of the Jedi, resolves an attack.

Luke's Landspeeder declares against Emperor's Web, but reacts to change the target to Fall of the Jedi. 

 

Is this correct?

Black Market Exchange
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Jul 28 2015 03:28 AM by BobaFett

This synergy would be so juicy if there was an inexpensive way to enhance IG-88; right now there's just the 2-cost Flamethrower that's allowed to enhance him because he's a Droid, not a character. 

 

Yeah, clearly the core boba set with the 2 enhancements should have worked on droids, certainly the blaster...  i remember trying to come up with a deck to get that damn assassin droid to be good by adding the blaster to him, but that quickly fizzled as soon as i realized he was unable to use it....  same with the armor.

Black Market Exchange
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Jul 28 2015 03:05 AM by pantsyg

DRK-1 droids...

 

This synergy would be so juicy if there was an inexpensive way to enhance IG-88; right now there's just the 2-cost Flamethrower that's allowed to enhance him because he's a Droid, not a character. 

Training Procedures
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Jul 28 2015 03:03 AM by peterhelm

This is another example why the design team should put restrictions on actions like on this objective. Sad part is that it will limit the design space too, because every time an pilot gets designed for the DS this action has to be considered. 

Black Market Exchange
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Jul 28 2015 01:30 AM by peterhelm

DRK-1 droids...

Force Shield
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Jul 25 2015 12:03 PM by someguy11
Maybe a litle better with the upcoming mission cards.
Race Circut Champion
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Jul 24 2015 02:31 AM by dbmeboy

The reference to readying on this card means any time after enhanced unit loses its last focus token, correct? Not just during the refresh step. So you could use cards that remove focus tokens to trigger it?

Yep, that should work.
Luke’s X-34 Landspeeder
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Jul 24 2015 02:24 AM by pantsyg

There's no limit to the number of engagements at each objective each turn; you're only allowed to declare and engagement against an objective once. 

Luke’s X-34 Landspeeder
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Jul 24 2015 02:20 AM by dbmeboy

And another question - using this, you can actually engage the same objective twice per turn, right? Using the reaction on this card doesn't make the objective that you move to count as engaged so you can just declare a regular engagement against it as well, right?

Correct. You can only declare an engagement once against a given objective, but you can redirect engagements without restriction.
Race Circut Champion
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Jul 24 2015 12:17 AM by MitkoSim

The reference to readying on this card means any time after enhanced unit loses its last focus token, correct? Not just during the refresh step. So you could use cards that remove focus tokens to trigger it?

Luke’s X-34 Landspeeder
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Jul 23 2015 11:52 PM by MitkoSim

And another question - using this, you can actually engage the same objective twice per turn, right? Using the reaction on this card doesn't make the objective that you move to count as engaged so you can just declare a regular engagement against it as well, right?

Clearing House
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Jul 23 2015 12:14 PM by dbmeboy

BUT "Draw" IS ON MY AFFILIATION CARD!!!

You should check out ebay for the full art affiliation cards they used as prizes during the 2013 regionals.  They're really cool and don't say "draw" on them. ;-)

Clearing House
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Jul 23 2015 11:50 AM by Fayde

Stating the obvious, but a player last night needed this clarification...

Frame effects- such as drawing to your reserve during the draw phase- are not card effects and therefore do not trigger the Clearing House's reaction.

BUT "Draw" IS ON MY AFFILIATION CARD!!!

Clearing House
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Jul 22 2015 10:47 PM by dbmeboy

How about returning things to hand? Is it considered as drawing?

Nope.

Clearing House
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Jul 22 2015 09:33 PM by jakube

How about returning things to hand? Is it considered as drawing?

Luke’s X-34 Landspeeder
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Jul 21 2015 01:01 PM by pantsyg

I'm very interested to see this mechanic play out, as it makes selecting defenders very tricky if any of your objectives are close to death. When this becomes more common in the Endor cycle, I think we could see a major shift in the way the game is played. 

Luke’s X-34 Landspeeder
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Jul 21 2015 10:59 AM by Solaris

Not quite.  The engagement doesn't end and restart, it just changes which objective it's declared against.  Your opponent actually must use the originally declared defenders and cannot add any new defenders as you are after the declare defenders step.

 

Ah, okay, that clarifies it for me then.

Luke’s X-34 Landspeeder
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Jul 21 2015 10:02 AM by dbmeboy

So after the defenders are declared, I can move the Landspeeder to a different objective, and my opponent cannot use the same defenders he declared for the first objective, right? 

Not quite.  The engagement doesn't end and restart, it just changes which objective it's declared against.  Your opponent actually must use the originally declared defenders and cannot add any new defenders as you are after the declare defenders step.

Luke’s X-34 Landspeeder
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Jul 21 2015 09:43 AM by Solaris

So after the defenders are declared, I can move the Landspeeder to a different objective, and my opponent cannot use the same defenders he declared for the first objective, right? 

Surprising Maneuver
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Jul 21 2015 08:54 AM by pantsyg

It's great if you can bait a strong defense, but often Sith defend with a few chuds, or just one big unit. You have to wonder whether the cost of 2 focused vehicles is worth it to kill a main; it possibly could be, depending on the situation. 



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