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Subject: Freeing Dreamcatchers in finding no card case rss

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I have a question with playing Dreamcatchers.
Rulebook says about freeing that

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search through the deck, not find the card, trigger a Freeing, and take the card from next to a dreamcatcher.


Can I search through the deck and free a dreamcatcher even if I know no door is in the deck?

If it is possible, how about the case I know no door is in both the deck and any dreamcatcher?
For instance, I have already get two red doors. Then I play three red labyrinth cards. At that time, can I search red door in the deck (of cause, no red door in the deck) and perform to freeing?

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Yes, in both cases.
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Thanks for your answer!
Now clearly.
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goblintrenches wrote:
Yes, in both cases.


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Also regading Dreamcatchers expansion: I have exactly one Lost Dream card in each of the 4 Dreamcatchers, but I have not won the game because I'm still trying to get the 8 doors on the table. Do I continue to lose Dreamcatcher cards and return the Lost Dream cards to the deck if I continue to get cards in Limbo? In other words, does the Limbo rule of Dreamcatchers continue to apply even after all of the Lost Dreams have been found?
 
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Yes, it does.
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