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Recent Card Discussion
The Jedi’s Resolve
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Yesterday, 11:58 PM by BobaFett

from what i hear, the nay-saying is two pronged.  First, the jedi don't need any help taking and holding the force as it is, and second, cards like balance obi wan are actually hurt by doing this since there is no force struggle, so no recurring cards when its used.  I think it definitely has windows where it would be good to play, unfortunately, since its situational, its tough to hang on to it unitl that situation arises.

The Jedi’s Resolve
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Yesterday, 10:00 PM by Budgernaut

A lot of people have been nay-saying this card, but I think it has its uses. This is more of a defensive card. Sometimes DS wants to attack to get tactics on all the LS units committed to the Force, then commit somebody new to the Force and take control of the balance of the Force. If you play this during their conflict phase, they must skip their Force phase and can't commit new units to the Force.

Jubba Bird
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Yesterday, 01:35 PM by Budgernaut

Is Zekka standing in Yoda's way? Sacrifice the Jubba bird to take away Yoda's unit damage, then place a tactics icon or two on Zekka. Then let your other units attack objectives at will.

The Hunters
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Yesterday, 01:33 PM by MonteKev

Do these stack? Played against this over the weekend with two hunters and another scum obj. on the opening flop. Were they really both 7 health?! :D

 

yes - as long as the 3 scum objective requirement is met. both effects are active and stack.

The Hunters
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Yesterday, 12:42 PM by R2Dork

Do these stack? Played against this over the weekend with two hunters and another scum obj. on the opening flop. Were they really both 7 health?! :D

Ysanne Isard
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Jan 22 2015 12:17 PM by BobaFett

also, one thing to note is that She does not stop cards from being "put into play".  So if you captured a yoda, or other jedi for instance, the LS player can still use cards like yoda, you seek yoda, and return of the jedi to get them back into play circumventing Isard's ability.

Ysanne Isard
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Jan 21 2015 08:53 PM by Majestaat

The revealed card goes back face down for future use or rescue. So basically, unless the LS player destroys the objective with the captured card or Ysanne herself, he will not be able to play another copy for the rest of the game, or rather, he should not, as you can keep reacting and revealing the captured copy to return the one attempting to be played.

Ysanne Isard
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Jan 21 2015 08:33 PM by sdrewthomson

When you reveal the card, does it stay revealed? Or can you reveal it again if your opponent tries to play another copy of the captured card again?

Yoda, You Seek Yoda
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Jan 21 2015 11:25 AM by GreyLeader

Thank you for the help, my roommate was pleased to hear that he was correct. Though that didn't help him win the game unfortunately.

Yoda, You Seek Yoda
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Jan 20 2015 08:40 AM by Crouton

And if you have a copy of Yoda in play already, then the Yoda you searched for gets shuffled back into your deck. 

Yoda, You Seek Yoda
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Jan 18 2015 07:06 PM by BobaFett
"Put into play" means you don't pay for the card, "play" means you have to pay for the card.
Yoda, You Seek Yoda
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Jan 18 2015 04:12 PM by chunkygorillas

My friend wants to know if the if able part of the cards text means that you have to pay for Yoda before you put him into play. I believe that it does mean that, but he disagrees.

You don't have to pay for Yoda, after you pay for this event card it puts Yoda into play for free. The if able is there since if you already have a Yoda in play you can't put the one you searched for into play

Yoda, You Seek Yoda
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Jan 18 2015 01:59 PM by GreyLeader

My friend wants to know if the if able part of the cards text means that you have to pay for Yoda before you put him into play. I believe that it does mean that, but he disagrees.

Confiscation
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Jan 15 2015 11:13 AM by GreyLeader

Okay it is obvious that there are more cards to get rid of enhancements that I first realized. Thank you KirdanKenobi and CarsonFlintlock for pointing out the flaws in my assumption.

Confiscation
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Jan 15 2015 06:15 AM by CarsonFlintlock

"Yub Yub" and "Saboteur" can also discard enhancements.

 

Yub Yub: "Action: Focus an Ewok unit to discard a target enhancement from play."

Saboteur: "Reaction: After this unit enters play, discard a target enhancement with printed cost 2 or lower."

Confiscation
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Jan 14 2015 11:55 PM by GreyLeader

You are right...but that is only one card, two if you use both of the Last Minute Rescue Objective Sets. That is 2 out of about 1100 cards (550-if the cards are divided equally between LS and DS- I have not divided these two categories into the thirds that make up the three decks for each side) which is not a lot to work with really.

 

On the other hand Confiscation is just one card as well so maybe it balances out.

Confiscation
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Jan 14 2015 09:40 PM by KirdanKenobi

Force Rejuvenation can discard enemy enhancements.

Confiscation
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Jan 14 2015 12:32 PM by GreyLeader

I'd say no, since you can only pay the cost of an action with a card you control.

So the player controlling BtS Luke couldn't pay the cost of the unfocusing action by discarding "Confiscation", since the DS player controls it.

 

Action: Discard an enhancement from this unit to remove 1 focus token from this unit. (Limit once per turn.)

 

"Discard an enhancement" is the cost of "remove 1 focus token from this unit."

I agree with medfreeman, you can't get rid of an enhancement that is not your own unless your unit is destroyed, captured, or returned to your hand. To my knowledge there is no card to get rid of an enemy enhancement.

 

On the other hand the reaction could still be triggered because it is a generic in nature and is similar to the core Yoda's reaction regarding enhancement. Furthermore because it is once per turn you could apply the reaction when you play an enhancement and when your opponent plays an enhancement on BtS Luke.

A Hero’s Trial
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Jan 14 2015 12:19 PM by GreyLeader

Except it's not 26 objective sets. There are 2 copies each of 5 sets for Jedi and 5 sets for scum. 2 copies each of a single set for Navy and a single set for Smugglers. And a single copy each of a single Sith and a single Rebel set. While that does make the box physically contain 26 objective sets, that's only 14 unique objective sets for 84 cards.

*face-palm* Your right there are only 14 unique objective sets, I wasn't thinking properly.

 

But that means the only other explanation as to why the cards are not in the deck builder is just human error.

Confiscation
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Jan 14 2015 11:29 AM by medfreeman

I'd say no, since you can only pay the cost of an action with a card you control.

So the player controlling BtS Luke couldn't pay the cost of the unfocusing action by discarding "Confiscation", since the DS player controls it.

 

Action: Discard an enhancement from this unit to remove 1 focus token from this unit. (Limit once per turn.)

 

"Discard an enhancement" is the cost of "remove 1 focus token from this unit."



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