Ser Davos Seaworth

Rules FAQ

  • If your opponent did not have any power on their faction card for you to discard, you have not met the pre-then condition and thus cannot have a King character you control gain 1 power.
Salladhor Saan

Rules FAQ

  • If you marshall a duplicate of a character with the smuggler trait, you did not meet the triggering condition for the reaction.
For example: may I kneel to Cape Wrath ? —
You can kneel your own locations, if that's what you're asking. —
Melisandre

Rules FAQ

  • If you were not able to move a power from a character controlled by the losing opponent to Melisandre, you have not met the pre-than condition and thus you do not get to kill that character.
  • Her ability does not target a character, as such the ability cannot be cancelled with Fear Cuts Deeper Than Swords or redirected with High Septon.
  • Power tokens on a character that is immune to character abilities are not immune to being moved by Melisandre. However, Melisandre cannot kill that character after the last power is taken due to the immunity. (Ex: A defending character with Dragonglass Dagger attached)
Stannis Baratheon

Rules FAQ

  • Immunity only protects the card itself and peripheral entities associated with the immune card (attachments, tokens, abilities originating from an immune card or duplicates) are not themselves immune. (Ex: Stannis’ reaction to winning a power challenge can be cancelled with Treachery)
Does Stannis' Immunity to events apply while he is out of play? IE, can he be discarded from hand via Seen in Flames or stolen from deck via Bound for the Wall? —
He can be discarded from Seen in Flames or stolen by Bound for the Wall. His immunity only applies while he is in play. —
Rationing

Does this cover forced reactions as well? Like does it prevent you from being forced to trigger the new ser Gregor Clegane’s forced reaction to kill one of your characters after winning a challenge?