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Valkyrie and hannibal

Discussion in 'Rules' started by Aemaru, May 21, 2019.

  1. Aemaru

    Aemaru Well-Known Member
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    hi folks

    If hannibal plays the card to allow one of his ally to perform an action - after moving 3 times- and plays his card on valkyrie does she roll 3 oranges dices because « you » have spend 3 mov points during activation ?

    Looks illogical but text look valide for this. Which seems really nasty
     
  2. Chikahiro

    Chikahiro Well-Known Member

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    Is that Code: Dive? That can only be used on Hannibal's turn.

    Which card are you thinking of to make her move? Odin's Breath can only be used on Valkyrie's turn. Likewise, Musashi's Kaze Do can only be used on his turn.
     
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  3. Damiel

    Damiel Domaru sexytorizado :3
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    If I get you correctly, you say that Hannibal moves 3 times (spending MP), and then uses code: Dive to have Valkyrie perform Charge of the Valkyrie...

    You don't get the 3 :,:, as long as the "you" in Valkyrie's card means directly to Valkyrie (as stated on Reference Guide, page 1, paragraph "Who does what").

    Hope this helps!

    :3
     
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  4. Aemaru

    Aemaru Well-Known Member
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    Ah my bad

    Me and my opponent thought that "you" was the player ^^
    sorry i had photograph of the cards but only in french so my topic was not very clear