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Recent Card Discussion
Quarren Bureaucrat
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Yesterday, 06:23 AM by dbmeboy
"Triggered" abilities are Actions, Reactions, and Interrupts.
Quarren Bureaucrat
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Aug 01 2015 01:46 PM by jakube

Is generating resources(like advisor can) considered as using ability?

Zekka Thyne
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Aug 01 2015 12:30 PM by Solaris

Okay, thanks for the clarification. 

Zekka Thyne
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Aug 01 2015 01:33 AM by BobaFett
No, sacrificed and destroyed are two different effects. Only things that destroy him trigger his ability.
Zekka Thyne
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Jul 31 2015 11:55 PM by Solaris

Stupid question, but if I sacrifice Zekka via Aggression, it is counted as destroyed so it triggers his Force Interrupt ability, right?

Luke’s X-34 Landspeeder
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Jul 30 2015 02:49 PM by mikado

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. 

Rulebook p.18 states: 

"Each enemy objective may be engaged only once per conflict phase. If the active player has already engaged all of his enemy’s current objectives this phase, he must proceed to the Force phase."

Engaged - not declared as target. Even though this text appears in 1.Declare Objectives -section. Is there errata ruling elaborating this?

 

EDIT:

 

Dang. Latest errata seems to define 'engaged' quite clearly now. Situation solved.

Luke’s X-34 Landspeeder
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Jul 29 2015 03:12 PM by dbmeboy
We've had official clarification that eligible was to indicate that you were still limited to the opponent across from you in 2v2, and even then it may be extraneous. Your scenario is correct.
Luke’s X-34 Landspeeder
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Jul 29 2015 09:11 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?

ET-74 Communications Droid
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Jul 29 2015 04:06 AM by MitkoSim

I've been wondering this for a while now but can this guy react to the refresh step and move a shield that was removed due to refresh? Or rather, I know he can but the question is would that shield persist or then proceed to be immediately removed as well (since we are still in the "remove all shields" step)? Thanks!

Black Market Exchange
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Jul 27 2015 10:28 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 27 2015 10:05 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 27 2015 10:03 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 27 2015 08:30 AM by peterhelm

DRK-1 droids...

Force Shield
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Jul 24 2015 07:03 PM by someguy11
Maybe a litle better with the upcoming mission cards.
Race Circut Champion
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Jul 23 2015 09:31 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 23 2015 09:24 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 23 2015 09:20 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 23 2015 07:17 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 06:52 AM 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 22 2015 07:14 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. ;-)



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