Rules FAQ:

  • You cannot use effects like Winterfell Archery Range to remove a character that is "considered to be attacking" from the challenge (Walder's ability would immediately make that character re-enter the challenge, so there would be no change of game state).
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Rules FAQ:

  • After Oldtown Informer enters play, you may use its Bestow ability first, then trigger its Reaction ability.

  • The Reaction ability can be triggered after any card enters play during the challenges phase, including duplicates, events like Risen from the Sea or Blood Magic Ritual (note that normally events do not enter play), as well as new plot cards being revealed (via "The Rains of Castamere").
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This card is amazing.... if it was in the Nightswatch for supression decks. Unfortunately it only really works in King of Winter decks which prevent having good combos with the Nightswatch again. It's to expensive for what it does, if your enemy plays a summer plot it's negated either way, which ironically is also often when you want the card to work, if it was in the Nightswatch i would reconsider it but as it is, it serves almost no purpose aside from getting the initiative with a Winter plot card which makes it even more narrow.

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Rules FAQ:

  • Margaery's ability can be used on kneeling characters, characters without the corresponding challenge icon, and characters that "cannot be declared as a defender" or "cannot be knelt", to make them participate in the challenge. It can also be used to kneel a character that cannot participate (due to Marriage Pact).
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Cannot: The word "cannot" is absolute, and cannot be countermanded by other abilities. —
I would like a more detailed explanation of the interaction of Margaery with "cannot be knelt" and "cannot participate" cards, given the definition of "Cannot" in the RRG (see above). Tyvm in advance! —
Margaery can kneel a character that cannot participate, or bring into challenge a character that cannot be knelt. Two parts of her effect are not inter-dependent: if one part cannot affect the target, but the other still can, then the ability as a whole can trigger and resolve. This is different from the version of this card from the First Edition, where the "make participate" effect was dependent on the "kneel" effect (via the word "Then"). —