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Someone used a single Scrap Flinger to destroy multiple constructs to get 2 power apiece which we thought couldn't be right.
 
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It says, you may destroy a construct. For the vast majority of things in Ascension, a = one time action.

Consider how (even more) powerful Arbiter of the Precipice would be if you could ignore the banish a card limitation and trash as many cards as you liked.
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Warlord beats Troll, Troll beats Elf, Elf beats Water Sprite, and basically everything else beats Enchanted Bunny.
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Whisperhand wrote:
It says, you may destroy a construct. For the vast majority of things in Ascension, a = one time action.

Consider how (even more) powerful Arbiter of the Precipice would be if you could ignore the banish a card limitation and trash as many cards as you liked.


I argue about this all the time with my wife. I agree with you: a = one time action.
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Robman wrote:
Whisperhand wrote:
It says, you may destroy a construct. For the vast majority of things in Ascension, a = one time action.

Consider how (even more) powerful Arbiter of the Precipice would be if you could ignore the banish a card limitation and trash as many cards as you liked.


I argue about this all the time with my wife. I agree with you: a = one time action.
What Whisperhand said makes sense, but some reason, this card seems to invoke this sort of question more than others Good to know it wasn't just our group.
 
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No worries guys.

I tried to loophole the crap out of this guy when he first came out too (Sac all my Constructs? Kill Nemesis with one card? Don't mind if I do).


My playgroup was as vehemently opposed to my initial way of playing it as I'm sure yours are/were.
 
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