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Subject: Question about the "Coppertwaddle" favour rss

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David Witzany
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I believe I know the answer to this, but just to be sure: The "Coppertwaddle" favour cards can only be played as the opponent plays a new non-Threlm card to the table, correct? In other words, it can't act like the "Peaked Cap" favour to remove a Declaration card that was played to a Threlm in a previous turn?
 
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Mitch Willis
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I think you're interpreting that rule correctly...at least that's the way we've always played...
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fuldhim wrote:
...The "Coppertwaddle" favour cards can only be played as the opponent plays a new non-Threlm card to the table, correct? In other words, it can't act like the "Peaked Cap" favour to remove a Declaration card that was played to a Threlm in a previous turn?


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You are correct - for the (ex) Magic players, it's the Coppertwaddle equivalent of a COUNTERSPELL (but only for non-creatures)

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Tony
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