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About Artiee

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  1. They will both take the damage. Reactivate is a may not a must. They both were a the last model activated.
  2. I play with mine with the misprints. I don't want a replacement.
  3. Yes. They are markers.
  4. Wow.. Me and my local all missed that.. We always played Attacker filpped, then the defender flipped. I didn't see the word simultaneously flip. Never been corrected at a tournament.
  5. Burning cards are part of the game. Since this is " When damaging" you do the damage flip. If you flip a BJ, then you did no damage and the trigger doesn't happen. Real question is would be if you like your damage flip, can you back out of the trigger. Unless my search is bad, Austringers trigger is After Succeeding. So it happens before the damage flip.
  6. Didn't like the answer in the Henchman forum?
  7. Any buy this much and get this model?
  8. I play with the deck.
  9. WOW. Your question really does not match the picture. So the Stiched is not standing on the wall? And the raptor is at greater than 1" from the edge? By vantage rules the stiched can't see the raptor nor the raptor can see the stitched. if the stiched was on the wall, the same thing would be true by a quirk in the rules.
  10. It is not a legal target for Nekima. It is not in Nekima range. The same thing if I was shooting at Burt with a 10" range at 10" away and the rat is at 12" away. It is not a legal target. Randomizing into an engagement is a separate situation and the range and LOS is ignored for the new target because shooting in to engagement states that.
  11. No.. Bishop is still able to declare its Df trigger.
  12. I think the same error was on the Pandora Foil cards.
  13. What is your rules question?
  14. I applaud this decision. I think it is the right move. I have always been a strong supporter on the LGC . Without them I would have no place to play. I have no issues with doing it during GenCon. If is understandable during that time.