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Has Wyrd come out with a definitive FAQ or something on the order of soulstone use and card flip timing on initiative. The two camps are "starting with the lower number, you both elect to spend a stone to reflip and then reflip at the same time" "starting with the lower number, player spends a stone and reflips, after seeing the opponents reflip, the original higher number may choose to stone and reflip" I understand the arguments for both sides. Please let me know how you play, think, and if there is an Official Wyrd Clarification. Thanks
Assume it is the Initiative phase player A flips a 1, player B flips a 2. Both want to spend a stone to refip. Player A must choose to spend a stone first, but I'm not sure when player B makes that choice. Which is correct? Sequence 1 Player A spends a stone to reflip. Player A flips a new card. Player B decides whether or not to spend a stone. Player B flips if they elected to. Sequence 2 Player A spends a stone to reflip. Player B decides whether or not to spend a stone. Player A flips a new card. Player B flips if they elected to. We've been using sequence 2, both player decide before either player flips, but I'm not sure that is correct.
When I have the 'Seize the Day' upgrade, is the reflip from, an equal value initiative flip, also done with a bonus card? In a game, I lost the flip with 2 cards, so I used a soulstone, got an equal value and then tried a reflip with 2 cards again, much to my opponents dismay. The one SS cost of the upgrade seams just a little to good. John D.