Gonna make it quick:
Say I take control of someone's minion with a card from the Ignobles deck. Doesn't matter which, but I have control of someone else's minion.
Now, someone plays a card that specifically says (it's an OLD card from an older deck):
"Destroy one of YOUR minions to ..."
Does that refer to minions he OWNS or minions he CONTROLS?
I thought it meant minions he controls. But it does say YOURRR minion, and even if I CONTROL HIS minion, he still TECHNICALLY OWNS the minion, so doesn't that make it HIS minion?
This is all being said with the rule that Control != Owning.
Own = one of your two factions that game.
Control does not equal own.
Your opponent still owns any of his minions that you control.
This distinction is important to remember if/when you're playing with Ignobles because that's key to their abilities.
That still doesn't answer my question. I am well aware of the difference between own and control.
Let me re-iterate.
If you control someone's minions, and they play an action that says:
"Play on one of YOUR minions..."
Is that referring to minions they control or minions they own?
"Your minion" always refers to a minion you control, whether you're its owner or not.
- Last edited Sat Nov 12, 2016 9:24 pm (Total Number of Edits: 1)
- Posted Sat Nov 12, 2016 9:24 pm
When they mean minion that you own, it is written, else it is always minions that you control.
From the Cease and Desist rulebook (bolding mine):
“You” on a minion or action means
the controller of the card; on a base it
means any player it describes, often
the current player. “Other players”
means everyone except “you”. “Your”
cards are those you control, whether
or not you own them.
“Here” means the base the card is
at; “there” means the location just
referred to on the card.
If you “look” at a card, show it to no
one else. If you “reveal” it, show it to