I'm slowly getting to grips with this rule
ktom : "This boils down to not being able to use the same Response effect on the same card (i.e., piece of cardboard) twice for the same Response opportunity"
I got thrown by some cards appear to allow multiple responses - were you pay a cost (Iron Cliffs) - but it turns out there is still the restriction of one response per trigger, per card
This is one of those rules that appear to be quite simple and I do wonder how I got confused in the first place ... accepting the high quality rules book and the magnificant Sansa Stark example!!!
Maybe another reason is due to what one learns using just the core set - I was looking at some cards yesterday and Lannisport struck me as odd
Response: After you win an Intrigue challenge, pay 1 gold to claim 1 power for your House (limit once per challenge).
Why does this say "limit once per challenge"?
Isn't the winning of the challenge the single trigger which according to the rules only allows one response per card? (Lannisport is not unique)
I think that when you start playing and read text like this, it implies that when the text (limit) is not there that the limit does not apply
Is there an element that some of the core pack cards are over wordy to give beginner that extra bit of "help"? - (another instance being the limited response being fixed yet having the wording re the limit of once per round)