Apologies if this seems a no-brainer - but the same might be said for certain of my Talisman group…
I pick up the False Grail - "you may not not accept any quests until you rid yourself of the False Grail by visiting the castle". I have a better idea - visit the nearby Alchemist and turn it to gold. Naturally this is disputed, but a quick check of the Forums shows that this is legit.
The others then have a brainwave: yes I can turn my False Grail to gold, but I haven't satisfied the condition of ridding myself of it "by visiting the castle" so I will still be unable to accept any quests. And now that I've alchemized the thing, I'll never be able to meet that condition. I'll have to look elsewhere for my Talisman, they chuckle with malicious glee and smug self-satisfaction.
Please, in the name of all that is reasonable: what's the ruling on this?
It would also help if there were a more general ruling, to the effect that conditions specific to objects / followers / whatever only last so long as the card is in play - once the card is discarded (or transferred to another player), the condition no longer applies - unless the card exlicitly says otherwise. I would see something similar with the Hag for example - "You may have no other Followers until you rid yourself of the Hag by visiting the Village Mystic" - i.e. once you've rid yourself of the Hag (whether by visiting the Mystic, or at the Chasm for example), you are free to have followers again.