First question is regarding the chaos card Bloodthirster ( http://deckbox.org/whi/Bloodthirster
). I played with the empire and using the tactic card forced march I made my opponent put this card into his quest zone. My aim was to make him draw at least 6 cards a turn so he gets outcarded. When he put it there he had 2 more units in that zone. In the third turn he remained with the Bloodthirster only and in lack of other units he sacrificed it. Is this correct?
Or he could just sac the BT to its own Forced the very first turn after you move it there, so he doesn't have to draw for the BT's 5 Power.
Second question is regarding the empire card pistoliers. Can i move these units in any phase even in a fight before declaring defenders and as many times as i want (and have the sufficient resources)?
Example 1. My opponent says that he wants to attack my quest zone. My pistoliers are in the battlefield so i pay one resource and move the card to the quest zone.
Example 2. In my kingdom phase I pay a resource to move my pistoliers from the battlefield to the quest zone to gain 1 more card and at the end of the quest zone i pay one more resource to put him back in the battlefield and send him on an attack.
Sure. Pistoliers are one of the key cards in the Empire Jumping Jacks deck, which I think uses Greatswords in BZ, then Pistoliers jumping in and out to boost the GS by +1 Power each time they enter the BZ.
Third question is regarding the empire card warrior priest. My friend insists that i can only transfer the damage to one of my own units from the battlefield but in my opinion I can assign that damage to my attackers also.
WP doesn't say "in any battlefield" for nothing.
One more thing. Lets say my opponent has two units in his battlefield and I have a warrior priest in my quest zone. He says he wants to attack
my quest zone with only one unit that has 1 hit point and 2 power. I of course defend. His first damage is reflected but since i will also attack once more i choose to redirect that damage to his other unit that is not included in this fight but it can be found in the battlefield zone.Is this correct?
Not exactly sure what you mean when you say the bolded bit. WP has 1P, 1HP. Opponent attacks with 2P, 1HP unit. He assigns 2 dmg to WP, one of which you can bounce to his non-attacking unit in the BZ, leaving WP with 1 assigned. WP assigns 1 dmg to the attacking unit itself. WP and attacking unit both die barring Tactics, if the other unit in his BZ has 1HP, it too dies.