The card Livre D'Ivon is confusing and i need to know if there is an errata on this someplace. This is from the kingsport set and i will break it down into its base statements to illulstrate my point :
Movement : Discard and spend 2 movement points to make a lore (-2) check.
Ok, nothing wrong there. Looks pretty straight forward. We discard it, spend 2 movement, and make a lore (-2) check.
If you pass, search the spell deck for a spell of your choice and take it, then discard Livre D'ivon and lose 2 sanity.
Didn't we have to discard it to even get the lore(-2) check in the first place? So how can we discard it after we search for a spell of our choice, if we already were forced to discard it to get the check?
On the one hand, It could be argued that most of the other tomes only get discarded if you pass the check, and that the first "discard" was a mistake and this tome is meant to be kept on a failed roll.
On the other hand, it looks more powerful than the other tomes, and is only $6 to boot, so perhaps it was meant to be discarded either way on the first use, pass or fail.
Was there any official errata on this card? It seems worded poorly, if the intent was to put 2 places where it must be discarded in order to make sure it goes to the discard pile and cannot be saved in any way, i can think of a million better ways i could have worded it.