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Subject: Solitaire: Can Diaz assassinate partners? rss

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The solitaire rules state that Diaz will play black and orange cards to steal gold and incite unrest.

However, can he also use the event/action text of these cards? For example, can he play Pancho's Coffee to assassinate one of my partners?

There doesn't seem to be mention of such situations in the rules, but if would be nifty (and terrifying) if he were inclined to do such things .
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I think there was a clarification that if he can do something bad to you, he does it.
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The living rules says the following: "If it is an Orange or Black card, Díaz plays it against you to steal gold or inflict Unrest, if possible. If you have no valid target, he plays it for strawman actions against his own partners/enterprises if possible. Discard if not playable."

This makes it sound like he would assassinate his own partner for strawman.
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This is what I was wondering; it sounded like Diaz would play the Orange and Black cards against the player to only steal or cause unrest, but failing that, would use the card against himself for the strawman effect.

In other words, assassinate his own partner but not mine.
 
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