Does it works with jousting Pavilion? If a knight character attacks alone can i use the reaction of the highgarden courtier to stand that knight?

Yes, Courtier can trigger when STR is increased by a constant ability (Robert or Jousting Pavilion). —

Rules FAQ:

  • You cannot kneel Ygritte to initiate the effect again. (Source)

  • There is a window for reactions to kneeling after each resolution of the effect. Each new resolution is a separate effect. (Source)
You said you CANNOT kneel Ygritte to initiate the effect again but your source you linked to specifically says that the kneeling is a cost and not an effect which would seem to contradict that. —

Rules FAQ:

  • If you place [The Hand's Judgment]() into shadows, it can then be played for free to cancel any event, regardless of its printed cost. (Source)
How does the agenda interact with The Things I Do For Love? I mean the event, not the things themselves. —
You can put TIDFL into shadows, and then bring it out to bounce a 0-cost character! —
Once a Shadow token is placed on a card does it retain that token and count as a card with shadow while in play after being removed from shadows? —

Rules FAQ

If one option cannot resolve successfuly, it can still be chosen by the losing opponent.

For example, if the High Sparrow is in play and the winning player has already drawn 3, the losing player can still choose the draw, and then nothing happens.

Or if the Your King Commands It plot is revealed, the losing player can choose for Poor Fellows to gain a power, and then nothing happens.

Rules FAQ:

  • Sea of Blood's discount applies to playing events from shadows. (Source)


Can you use The Sea of Blood trigger to search for a Put To The Sword and then immediatley play it having won a military with 5 or more strength? —
Yes —
can i put a blood token on it before Rickon Stark cancel the effect? —
Some card abilities are presented in a “do X to do Y” construct. In such a construct, the “do X” aspect (preceding the word “to”) is a cost, and the “do Y” aspect (following the word “to”) is an effect." —