The Prince that was Promised

Rules FAQ

  • You can have different versions of a unique character in your deck and search for any of the different versions.
  • You shuffle your deck even if you were able to find a copy of the named character without searching your deck.
rickon stark can cancel that reaction, rigth?? —
@naitz @naitz Yes, Rickon can cancel it because it has the word "search" in it's effect. In fact, Rickon can even cancel an opponent's Rickon —
does the Agenda prevent you from getting power through desert Raider? Does it force your opponent to let you draw a card with Poor Fellows? —
@Palpa, yes it prevents your characters from gaining Desert Raider power. Your Poor Fellows question is already answered on the Poor Fellows page. —
How does this card work with cards that move power as appose to gain them? (Melisandre from the same expansion comes to mind) —
"Gain" is a special game term that means taking a token from the treasury. Moving power from another player's card is different from gaining power. Compare with Riverrun's wording. —
Can you draw more than one copy of the named character with one activation of this agenda? —
No, only one copy per trigger —
The Horn that Wakes the Sleepers

Rules FAQ

  • You must be able to choose a kneeling Builder, Ranger and Steward to play this event. Under review whether one character with all three traits will work.
Nightfire Visions

Rules FAQ

  • You may draw 3 cards if your opponent’s plot gains the named trait before it’s revealed. (Ex: Old Nan can have a plot gain a trait before it is revealed)
"A Cask of Ale"

Rules FAQ

  • You can choose any card that are in play controlled by same player. Characters, locations, attachments, duplicates, faction card, plot card, melee title card are all considered to be in play.
Azor Ahai Reborn

Rules FAQ

  • If at any point during the challenge, you no longer control an attacking R’hllor character, the attached character is no longer considered attacking.
  • A character must be declared as an attacker to use stealth because declaring stealth targets is part of the challenge declaration. By the time a character with Azor Ahai is added as a participating character, it is too late to use stealth.
A quick question: what if I'm playing Trading with Qohor, and I remove Azor Ahai Reborn with the agenda after claim has been applied? Is that character still being considered as participating? —
if you remove azor ahai reborn, then the attached character is no longer participating —
What happen if attaches character is also R’hllor and the other r’hllor participating is removed? —