Hi guys, I'm would like to share a doubt with you about this symbol: =>.
I think to know how it works: we may use it several times during a turn, but it gives us ONE bonus effect for attivation.
With an example:
I have "Merchant guilds" filled with all cubes. Activating "Arts" tech, I get 3 gems (and not 4), instead of 2; while, if I active two different techs in one turn (for example, "Treausaries" and basic gem tech), I get 4 gems because "=>" works for every activation.
Ok, the problem comes now.
Let's suppose that I have "Merchant Guilds" and "Mysticism" filled with all cubes. I active the basic gem tech. What's going on? I surely get 2 gems, but how many times should I draw? One or two?
For who doesn't know the cost/effect of the cards I mentioned above:
MERCHANT GUILDS: Y Y ANY (continuous) -> GEM => GEM
ARTS: Y Y ANY -> GEM GEM
TREASUARIES: Y -> GEM
BASIC GEM TECH: Y ANY -> GEM
MYSTICISM: GREY BLUE (continuous) -> GEM => DRAW
Thanks in advance. Sorry for incorrect english.
In your scenario you draw once.
Mysticism allows you to draw a cube when you generate a gem.
Merchant Guilds extra gem when generating a gem does not count as generating a gem, and therefore doesn't trigger Merchant Guilds a second time.
EDIT: Also keep in mind that gaining VP Gems when killing a second or more miniature of an opponent doesn't count as generating a gem either, so it doesn't trigger Merchant Guilds.
- Last edited Tue May 5, 2015 2:54 pm (Total Number of Edits: 2)
- Posted Tue May 5, 2015 2:50 pm