Rules FAQ

  • If Moqorro enters play as the result of a reaction to winning or losing (e.g. Queen of Thorns), he can place a defending character on top of its owner’s deck without affecting the winner of the challenge or the amount by which the challenge was won.

Rules FAQ

  • If you use Banished on a character with printed Shadows, it can have multiple shadows costs. The controller chooses which cost to pay when bringing it out of shadows.

Rules FAQ

  • As long as the defending player controls a card in shadows when claim is applied (or the claim value of your plot is referenced), the claim value will be raised by one, regardless of whether they controlled a card in shadows earlier in the challenge.

Rules FAQ

  • As long as there are no cards in shadows when the renown keyword resolves, Ser Jason will have renown, regardless of whether there were cards in shadows earlier in the challenge.
Played a few times where the "choose a card in shadows" dynamic seems ambiguous... is this random selection? does the player name a card like the ruby necklace? or do they get to see all the cards in shadows? —
@simonmmm "If a player has multiple cards in shadows, that player must ensure that those cards can be easily differentiated from one another. A player cannot shuffle or rearrange his or her cards in shadows in a way that disguises the identity of those cards." —
You choose what card you discard and the opponent can't rearrange. —

Rules FAQ

  • You can play The Bastard's Letter even if you control no kneeling characters with a military icon.