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Interaction between catch and release and coryphees


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Me and a friend had a doubt regarding how this scheme and the coryphees interact.

Catch and release states that the model can not be a replaced one, but if a Colette player starts the game with 2 coryphees, unites them to make a duet and then detach them again, the new coryphees still count as replaced and can not do the scheme, right?

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2 hours ago, Ozzac said:

Me and a friend had a doubt regarding how this scheme and the coryphees interact.

Catch and release states that the model can not be a replaced one, but if a Colette player starts the game with 2 coryphees, unites them to make a duet and then detach them again, the new coryphees still count as replaced and can not do the scheme, right?

That is correct 

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10 hours ago, TheUnseemlyOne said:

 

That is correct 

Ehh...   Catch and release requires that the model wasn't replaced with one of a higher cost.  The coryphee WAS replaced by a model of higher cost, THEN the replaced again.  I don't think it qualifies anymore.

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I think everyone is saying the same thing. Catch and release needs you to have never been replaced by a model that costs more. It isn't comparing the current cost with the original, it cares about the change each replace. So if somehow you were able to start with a 6 cost model that replaces to a 4 cost which then replaced to a 5 cost, it would be ineligible as it performed a replace to a higher costed model. 

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It wouldnt cause you can't Duet as it's not a minion

 

But if you start with a Desolation engine and its killed and replaced by an abomination that abomination can score. If it would replace into a Desolation Engije again it would not be eligible again

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