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Subject: Wyldeside and "Priority" Events rss

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Do we know how does "When your turn begins lose [click]" interact with "Play only as your first [click]"?

Example:
Does Wyldeside prevent you from playing Early Bird?
 
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no. If you lose a click you have 3 (or 2 or even fewer)...but you still have a first click
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Nushura wrote:
no. If you lose a click you have 3 (or 2 or even fewer)...but you still have a first click


Not if you have a Wyldside and 3 HaWs in play whistle.

But yeah, being serious, Wyldside causes you to lose a click, not automatically use your first click, so you're still good.
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These guys got it. And here's Lukas's seal of approval.
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Thanks!

On a sidenote it's a shame so many questions get answered on twitter - and basically nowhere else.
 
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Thanks!

On a sidenote it's a shame so many questions get answered on twitter - and basically nowhere else.

If you're lucky it's answered on Twitter where it's at least publicly viewable. Most of the time Lukas sends the answer to a single person in a private email and doesn't post the answer anywhere at all. If you're lucky, that person will copy the text of Lukas's answer in a BGG thread, and you'll have the privilege of being able to take a random BGG user's word that this is what Lukas said.

What I'm trying to say is that maybe updating the FAQ more than once a year would be wise.
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salty53 wrote:
chomoon wrote:
Thanks!

On a sidenote it's a shame so many questions get answered on twitter - and basically nowhere else.

If you're lucky it's answered on Twitter where it's at least publicly viewable. Most of the time Lukas sends the answer to a single person in a private email and doesn't post the answer anywhere at all. If you're lucky, that person will copy the text of Lukas's answer in a BGG thread, and you'll have the privilege of being able to take a random BGG user's word that this is what Lukas said.

What I'm trying to say is that maybe updating the FAQ more than once a year would be wise.


This is the same system they use with any other FFG product, and I've never seen a problem with it. I definitely would like the FAQ to update more often.
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How about Same Old Thing? Can you recur a priority event with same old thing, or does that not work?
 
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sechen_rob wrote:
How about Same Old Thing? Can you recur a priority event with same old thing, or does that not work?


I would imagine not; you're spending the clicks on SoT and not the event in question. I could be wrong though.
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Entice wrote:
salty53 wrote:
chomoon wrote:
Thanks!

On a sidenote it's a shame so many questions get answered on twitter - and basically nowhere else.

If you're lucky it's answered on Twitter where it's at least publicly viewable. Most of the time Lukas sends the answer to a single person in a private email and doesn't post the answer anywhere at all. If you're lucky, that person will copy the text of Lukas's answer in a BGG thread, and you'll have the privilege of being able to take a random BGG user's word that this is what Lukas said.

What I'm trying to say is that maybe updating the FAQ more than once a year would be wise.


This is the same system they use with any other FFG product, and I've never seen a problem with it. I definitely would like the FAQ to update more often.


I've been mulling over the concept of starting a wiki such that these collected FAQs can be associated with each card.
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sechen_rob wrote:
How about Same Old Thing? Can you recur a priority event with same old thing, or does that not work?


I doubt it, Same Old Thing says "[Click], [Click], [Trash]: Play an event card from your heap (paying its play cost)."

So you spent two clicks and then played another card, the first click would have already happened.

If you argue that a card has to resolve fully I think still the answer is no as Early Bird was not your first click, same old thing was.

That's how I'd rule anyway. Come at me, internet.
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Flowen wrote:
sechen_rob wrote:
How about Same Old Thing? Can you recur a priority event with same old thing, or does that not work?


I doubt it, Same Old Thing says "[Click], [Click], [Trash]: Play an event card from your heap (paying its play cost)."

So you spent two clicks and then played another card, the first click would have already happened.

If you argue that a card has to resolve fully I think still the answer is no as Early Bird was not your first click, same old thing was.

That's how I'd rule anyway. Come at me, internet.


This was my instinct too. Admittedly, using same old thing to play early bird would be a ... questionable move. On the other hand, you could do it in Ken Tenma along with Hard At Work, Joshua B, and New Angeles City Hall, and have 6 of your cards exactly cancel each other out!
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