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Subject: 2 vs 2 card target card deactivation rss

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Dizdi
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In a 2 vs 2 team game, you do not deactivate the target card you played,right?
I ask this because it's not clear in the rulebook (2nd edition).
We played a game and we thought that you deactivate your target card and we found it a little predictable since everyone always knew who would be the next target for each team.
So each turn my team can attack the same opponent?
We will have a game tonight!
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noom777 wrote:
In a 2 vs 2 team game, you do not deactivate the target card you played,right?
I ask this because it's not clear in the rulebook (2nd edition).
We played a game and we thought that you deactivate your target card and we found it a little predictable since everyone always knew who would be the next target for each team.
So each turn my team can attack the same opponent?
We will have a game tonight!


Right, you don't deactivate target cards in a 2v2. You can also use the quickdraw rules as well here.

Also the 2nd edition rulebook says, "if you are playing a free-for-all with 4+ players you must deactivate the target card you used" (pg 9, step 5 point B).

Thus, the deactivating target card rule only applies to 4+ free for alls, not team fights.

Hope that clears up any confusion you had! Please let me know any other questions that come up

 
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Thank you for the precise answers!
We can use the quickdraw rules by playing 2 cards each (one for each opponent) like in a 3 player game?
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noom777 wrote:
Thank you for the precise answers!
We can use the quickdraw rules by playing 2 cards each (one for each opponent) like in a 3 player game?


Yep! it's a bit more complicated to get used to, but it means no one is ever singled out each turn.
 
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