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Darksbane

Star Wars LCG


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Recent Card Discussion
Observation Point
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Today, 11:33 AM by Grrorgh

Besides - you can't discard cards from Objective Deck. :)

Protection
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Jul 21 2014 06:35 PM by Majestaat

Our Most Desperate Hour, that comes in the Forgotten Heroes jedi pod.

Protection
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Jul 21 2014 03:42 PM by TwoShedsJackson

No you can't, rules page 23 'A shield token may not be assigned to a unit that already has a shield token'.

 

There is a Rebel card whose name escapes me right now that does allow extra shields, but it specifically states so in the card text.

Protection
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Jul 21 2014 02:49 PM by theduke26
Can you use this fate card to put a second shield on a unit?
Seeds of Decay
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Jul 21 2014 06:37 AM by Majestaat

What I've always though is that commiting to the Force just brings a lot of problems. Luke was a simple farmer until he discovered he was a Jedi (rather, had potential to become one). Then he lost his hand, met Ewoks and got electrocuted. Not cool.

 

Just like how being Force Sensitive in the RPG means all the Empire wants to hunt you down.

Observation Point
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Jul 21 2014 01:18 AM by Majestaat

Any effect that refers to a "deck" means the Command decks, unless it specifically says "Objective deck".

Compare to Behind Enemy Lines, for example.

Seeds of Decay
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Jul 21 2014 01:11 AM by theduke26
Anybody know how the art on the card reflects the card's purpose? is that Luke falling?
Observation Point
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Jul 21 2014 01:05 AM by theduke26
No. I believe the rulebook says any mention of the word 'deck' specifically refers to the command deck.
Observation Point
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Jul 20 2014 11:04 PM by Oliverr
Does It work on objective decks too?
Logistics Officer
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Jul 20 2014 08:46 AM by Grrorgh

Yeap :(. In SWCCG title of the card indicated characteristics of a card as well. This here is unacceptable...

Logistics Officer
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Jul 19 2014 11:34 PM by BobaFett

Sadly that's the case. Really hurts cards like apology accepted that could benefit from some cheap officers to sac instead of having to sac motti, or veers, Piet etc etc

Logistics Officer
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Jul 19 2014 08:48 PM by Grrorgh

So, basically, Logistics Officer is NOT actually an Officer?

Behind Enemy Lines
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Jul 18 2014 04:15 PM by Majestaat

Yes, it reacts to itself. So flipping it first lets you see 3 objectives (you react to each of your own objectives). If you flip another Behind Enemy Lines as your second objective, it reacts to itself and to your third objective. Thus you get to see up to 5 DS objectives + 3 he has in play.

Behind Enemy Lines
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Jul 18 2014 01:44 PM by theduke26
I thought you could react to this objective flipping as well making it trigger three times if you flip it first.
Behind Enemy Lines
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Jul 18 2014 10:13 AM by PiesCzasu

If I'm reading this right, the bad guys go first on their intial objective flop. You will only get to trigger this one twice on turn 0, provided you reveal Behind Enemy Lines first from your three objectives.

Behind Enemy Lines
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Jul 16 2014 04:27 PM by Majestaat

It does trigger. You will get a lot of information, but might lose a fair deal of utility as well. Careful.

Jabba the Hutt
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Jul 16 2014 03:14 PM by TwoShedsJackson

Very nice, I was never playing Bounty as it was too awkward to try and land it - this had made me think again.

Behind Enemy Lines
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Jul 16 2014 09:28 AM by leizeQ

after reading the rules, this seems to trigger of the initial objective flop as well, am I right?

this way, having 2 of these will allow me to see 5 DS objectives and know 80% of opponents deck

Jabba the Hutt
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Jul 15 2014 09:50 PM by samuellinde

That's an utterly insane combo. I've focused too much on putting units into play with him, not realizing how great Bounty becomes.

Jabba the Hutt
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Jul 15 2014 01:11 PM by Etaywah
I'm curious to see if anyone has found some really killer combos using this card. So far the combo I've used that is most effective is playing him then committing him to the force, Then I do not use him in any engagements, Then I will wait until my next balance phase and use him to play Bounty. This allows you to skip the possibility of losing an edge battle, captures a card immediately, Then he refreshes and can be used again in this fashion or for an engagement, or to drop a surprise unit during the conflict phase. Using him in conjunction with his pleasure barge opens up some more combos.


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