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Paul Ivanovskis

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Sorry if this has been covered before, or is explicit in the rules somewhere. The question is pretty basic: say a noise roll is failed by player A; can player B invoke a blessing card requiring a re-roll?
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Ron Harper
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We argued over this one a little bit and I think it is just something you have to make a decision on. We decided that you can't but it could go either way.
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Frederic Moyersoen
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The idea behind the blessing cards is that it is a personal trump.
Thus, I would say "no, you may not use the card to help someone else".

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Paul Ivanovskis

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Frederic Moyersoen wrote:
The idea behind the blessing cards is that it is a personal trump.
Thus, I would say "no, you may not use the card to help someone else".



Works for me - and thanks for the quick answer!

Paul
 
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Joe Mucchiello
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I would say definitely know for two reasons: First, most blessings, when played, are played silently. How do you know the player did not already play a blessing on themselves? Second, it could add an element of timing to a game that is too simple to handle a timing element. Can the guards play blessings on the players? Whose blessing plays first (should that ever matter)?
 
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