Archmaester Marwyn

Rules FAQ

  • The cards placed under your agenda facedown with Archmaester Marwyn and The Conclave agenda are considered the same pool of cards.
  • You cannot trigger Archmaester Marwyn if your deck does not have an agenda.
  • Cards under your agenda CAN be marshaled into shadows. The problem with the other cards that allows you to marshall a card as if they were in your hand is that they all have a characteristic requirement. King's landing allowing you to marshal locations, Tarle allowing you to marshall drowned god character and Gormon allow you to marshal a non-Tyrell card. You can't marshal a card into shadows because a card in shadows does not have any of those characteristics. However it should be noted that Marwyn has no characteristic requirement for what you can marshal as if they were in your hand.
Does this allow you to play cards with the ambush ability? —
No. Ambush is different than marshal or play. —
Cool. Appreciate the quick clarification. Thank you. —
Sure? —
Yes... Ambush = "put into play", which is different from the "marshal or play": the "play" is referred exclusively to events.. if I'm not mistaken —
Ser Meryn Trant

Rules FAQ

  • If multiple replacement effects are initiated against the same triggering condition, the most recent replacement effect is the one that is used for the resolution of the triggering condition. Ex: Your opponent triggers Missandei to put her into play instead, then you trigger Ser Meryn Trant to remove her from the game instead.
Mathis Rowan

Rules FAQ

  • If a lasting effect would return a card back to hand at the end of phase and you’ve given control of it to your opponent, the card still returns to the owner’s hand at the end of phase.
Can i choose pleasure barge? —
No. —
if i give control of an attachment to my oponnent, (f.e. "milk of the poppy" attached to an oponent's character), Can he change the equipment equipped in their character to one of mine? or not? —
No, it doesn't move, all that happens is that your opponent now controls the attachment instead of you. —
Clydas

Rules FAQ

  • First player has the first action in each phase. Ex: After the first player collects income during the marshalling phase, his first action may be to marshall or play a card that spends all his gold before the 2nd player may trigger Clydas’s ability.
Pentos

Rules FAQ

  • If you setup Pentos, you cannot trigger it if you drew an attachment card while drawing cards until you have 7 cards in hand. (Pending FFG confirmation)
  • When you draw an attachment using an effect that indicates that you must discard a card afterwards (Ex: Oldtown Informer), if you discard the attachment that was just drawn, you cannot trigger Pentos to put it into play from the discard pile. If you choose to discard another card, be certain that the attachment that was just drawn is identifiable for when Pentos is triggered.
  • If you draw an attachment using Highgarden Jester and then place a card randomly on top of your deck, a method you can use to be certain the card you just drew is identifiable is to lay out your hand with the attachment card that was just drawn in an identifiable manner and roll a dice to determine which card to randomly place on top of your deck. If the attachment card that was just drawn is placed back on top of your deck, you will not be able to trigger Pentos.
  • If you put into play a duplicate of a unique attachment, you do not get to draw a card.