I don't to speak about the card but there is a little mistake, the name is BesIEged, not BesEIged.

Thanks for your works guys :) !

If I have Margaery Tyrell (HoT) and i force an opponent to kneel a character, must he declare a separate character to be a defender if this plot is in play? —
Yes. He didn't declare that character as defender, but was forced into participation. —

can i put a copy of a card? for example.. i sacrifice a BRAN STARK to cancel a event and play HARD AS WINTER to put another BRAN from my hand (not the same).. .can i?


Rules FAQ

If Second Sons is put into play by Flea Bottom, at the end of the phase the Forced Interrupt on Second Sons will resolve before the delayed effect of Flea Bottom, so Seconds Son will move to the discard pile, not the bottom of the deck.

Rules FAQ:

  • Attached character must be kneeling and participating in order to pay the cost of the ability. However, the target does not necessarily have to kneeling.

  • You can use this ability if attached character is attacking alone - you pay the cost, and then fail to choose an eligible target. However, if there are other participating characters, you must target one of them.
Is it possible to attach this to an opponent's lady and use the Action? —
You can attach this card to an opponent's Lady character, yes. But you cannot stand and disengage a character you do not control as a cost for an ability. —
An opponent's game elements may not be used to pay a cost. (http://thronesdb.com/rulesreference#Costs) —
You cannot use this ability if the attached character is attacking alone. From the RRG: If an ability requires the choosing of a target (or targets), and there is no valid target (or not enough valid targets), then the ability cannot be initiated. This initiation check is made at the same time the ability‚Äôs play restrictions are checked. —
At the time when play restrictions are checked, there is a perfectly valid target - the attached character itself. —

Rules FAQ:

  • You cannot marshal locations or attachments as duplicates either.


You can marshal duplicates, because the card did not state otherwise. —
"Marshal a duplicate" is not a distinct player action. You initiate a "marshal a character/location/attachment" player action, and the card enters play as a duplicate. And while Marching Order is revealed, you cannot initiate the "marshal a location/attachment" player action. See the ruling on Arbor and duplicates, also the ruling on Barring the Gates. —