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Disturbance in the Force

Disturbance in the Force

Disturbance in the Force

Type: Event
Cost: 1
Reroll all dice.
<span style="">“I fear something terrible has happened, as if millions of voices suddenly cried out and were silenced.” – Obi-Wan Kenobi</span>
Side: Neutral
Color: Blue
Rarity: Common
Number: 146
Illustrator: Allen Douglas
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I'm assuming this rerolls dice players have already used. Not just die in their dice pools?
Dec 27 2016 04:55 AM

It only re-rolls dice in pools.  The advantage of playing this card is that you can force your opponent to re-roll a great roll.  If you only want to re-roll your cards, you're better off discarding it for the game's built-in action.

I think not.  Per the RR, page 10, under "Dice On Cards", it states that such dice are not active and cannot be manipulated.  Secondarily, although there seems to be no glossary definition of the term "Reroll", the language under "Discard To Reroll Dice" on page 14 indicates that rerolls only apply to dice in the dice pool.  Hope that helps.  Thanks!

I'm pretty dubious about this card.


Compare to Scramble:


"Spot a yellow character" is a mild limitation.

all of an opponent's dice vs all dice, I'd say all dice is only SLIGHTLY better, and then only because you can partially time this to exclude your own dice if you have strong dice.


However, those limitations don't justify 1R difference in cost. I'd rather have seen this card cost 0R, and have some different mechanical drawbacks. As it is, resource cost is a big downer on an event this random.