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Hamelin's The Void


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I stumbled on a bit of confusion concering the wording of "The Void".

Hamelin is allowed to draw a card each time the (nominated) opposing player plays a control card.

Does this mean that the Hamelin player get to draw a card even when the opposing player discards a control card (when using relentless, for instance), or does it only apply when cards are added by cheating fate in duels?

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It's not particularly clear, but no, Hamelin doesn't get to draw for discarded cards.

Page 24 of the Rules Manual alludes to the fact that a card is "played" for the period that it is not in your control hand, deck, or discard pile. Since a discarded card moves straight from your hand to the discard pile, it doesn't count as "played".


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