Wow. An interesting situation but my opinion is you cannot cast Heretic's Rebuke on a mutation as it is no longer classed as a 'common' unit and that is one of the stipulations of the event card. I love this game!
Hi everyone, I'm seeking a rule clarification:
As the Filth, what happens if you use Heretic's Rebuke to place a mutation onto an enemy
unit that already has a mutation?
The situation came up in a Benders vs Filth match today.
As the Benders, I used the event 'Mind Control' on my opponent's Bestial
Mutant, taking control of the stack of two cards (Mutant on top, Common underneath). I immediately rushed his Summoner to score some cheap hits.
Next turn, my opponent used the Filth event card "Heretic's Rebuke" on the Bestial
Mutant I just converted. He decided to play a Corpulent
Mutant onto the Bestial
Then we sat there and puzzled over:
1.) Whether the cost for him to play his Corpulent
mutation was reduced by the Bestial
2.) Where the Bestial
mutation card went (my hand, his hand or in the stack even)?