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    Lindgaard got a reaction from pobolycwm in Beginner help   
    Don't forget to download the rules reference Guide ( if you haven't already done it ) .
    https://www.fantasyflightgames.com/en/products/star-wars-destiny/
     
    Go to the support section and choose "Rules" to find it.
     
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    Lindgaard reacted to TIE wing in Epic ewoks?   
    it is a character as its subtype is character
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    Lindgaard reacted to PeoplesChampion in Twin Strike   
    From the Rules Reference Guide page 31:
    “Can I play Ataru Strike (z101) or Finishing Strike (b60) and 
    resolve one of Luke Skywalker’s (a56) dice showing a shield 
    with it?
    • Yes. Ataru Strike and Finishing Strike resolve a die, so you 
    can use Luke’s ongoing ability to resolve his die showing 
    a shield as melee damage. Luke’s die is considered to be 
    showing melee damage as you resolve it. Luke’s ability only 
    works when his die would be resolved, not when it would 
    be removed.
    Can I play Circle of Shelter (Z107) and resolve one of Luke 
    Skywalker’s (a56) dice for melee damage?
    • Yes. You can resolve his character die with Circle of Shelter 
    to change the symbol to a shield, then Luke Skywalker’s 
    ability can change it to a melee symbol.”
     
    FFG has ruled on these types of interactions twice now. If the effect says “resolve” then the dice can be showing whichever of the available symbols. If however it says remove, then it continues to show the original symbol. Thus, while twin strike, Ataru strike, and finishing blow all work on Luke’s dice, Guard and guardian abilities don’t work on his dice. This ruling also makes clear for us that if you have both Phasma3 and Advanced Training, you can resolve dice showing blanks as 1 melee, because you can simply chain link the abilities to change the blank to an indirect, and change the indirect to a melee.
    Your friends may dislike the ruling, I know I’ve disliked several rulings myself, but this is an official interaction, not a player ruling, thus it cannot be disagreed with, just disliked. 
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    Lindgaard got a reaction from JohnGarrison1870 in Rotation?   
    Relaxed and Formal Tier tournaments: All product is legal in North America upon the product's official release. (Includes Store and Regional Championships)
    Premier Tier tournaments: All product is legal in North America 11 days—typically the second Monday—after the product's official release. This allows players at these high-profile tournaments sufficient time to acquire and prepare with each new release. (Includes National, European, North American, and World Championships)
     
    https://www.fantasyflightgames.com/en/op/legality/
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    Lindgaard got a reaction from Amanal in Dice storage options in UK (or Europe)   
    FrozenSquirrel asked for cheap shipping to UK/Europe, and the very first line on the page says :
     FREE shipping in the European Union for all orders 60 Euros and up!
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    Lindgaard got a reaction from Atomisk in Dice storage options in UK (or Europe)   
    Feldherr makes a lot of really good storage and carrying solutions.
    I find their prices reasonable, when you consider the quality.
    Almost every Destiny player I have met has one or more Feldherr bags.
    www.feldherr.net
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    Lindgaard reacted to gokubb in Basic gameplay question [noob]   
    The game is about managing odds and resources. So, when deciding to reroll, you need to consider two things:
    Are the odds in my favor to get a better outcome rerolling dice?
    Does the card I am discarding for a reroll feel critical to this or the next round of the game? If you have a card where you know you will have the resources to play it, it will likely have more impact as a played card than discarded. If you have a card with a high opportunity cost to play (spot something you don’t have, modify for you don’t see, high resource cost, require a combo setup, etc) then it may be more valuable to pitch the card for reroll.
    Almost always choose the card with the highest opportunity cost to pitch first. Keep the cards that are more likely to have immediate impact. In this game you’re going to likely draw your entire deck in a matchup, so don’t be afraid to pitch a card now when you have another copy in your deck that you may draw in a more appropriate situation.
    Last, the game situation will often dictate what to do. If your opponent is showing discard and you have one card in hand, better to discard it for an effect than to have them discard it for none. Also, watch out for mill decks. Be very conservative discarding anything from hand against them.
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    Lindgaard got a reaction from Amanal in Snoke’s Power action on special sides   
    You can NOT do multiple specials.
     
    Specials have a value of 0 that cannot be increased or decreased. 
    Rules ref. guide page 9 - Special
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    Lindgaard got a reaction from Rafug9 in End of game, no cards left in either players hand or deck, 3 characters (2 for one player, 1 for the other), who wins?   
    See rules reference guide, bottom of p. 15, Winning the game.
     
    The player who controls the battlefield  at the end of the round wins.
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    Lindgaard reacted to Whingewood in [Article] Building Your Own Deck - Some Tips & Tricks   
    With all the new Legacies cards bouncing around, I thought it would be a good idea to do a basic deckbuilding article. Have a read and see what you think.
    https://tabletoptimesinks.com/2018/01/14/building-your-own-deck-some-tips-tricks/
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    Lindgaard got a reaction from kaffis in End of game, no cards left in either players hand or deck, 3 characters (2 for one player, 1 for the other), who wins?   
    See rules reference guide, bottom of p. 15, Winning the game.
     
    The player who controls the battlefield  at the end of the round wins.
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    Lindgaard got a reaction from Amanal in End of game, no cards left in either players hand or deck, 3 characters (2 for one player, 1 for the other), who wins?   
    See rules reference guide, bottom of p. 15, Winning the game.
     
    The player who controls the battlefield  at the end of the round wins.
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    Lindgaard got a reaction from Dice lord in Legacies release date   
    And here I thought they were out.
    I just received 2x Rey+Kylo starter sets, 2x Bobba Fet starters and 2x Luke Skywalker starters today !!!
    ....but I'm not an American :-) 

     
    Sorry about the picture quality...I really need a newer phone, but guess where my money went :-)
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    Lindgaard got a reaction from Ywingscum in Legacies release date   
    And here I thought they were out.
    I just received 2x Rey+Kylo starter sets, 2x Bobba Fet starters and 2x Luke Skywalker starters today !!!
    ....but I'm not an American :-) 

     
    Sorry about the picture quality...I really need a newer phone, but guess where my money went :-)
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    Lindgaard got a reaction from Punning Pundit in 2 Core Sets + Dunwich, 4 players: How many weaknesses?   
    "players should use the same pool of weaknesses, which is constructed using all of the basic weaknesses from only 1 copy of each product they own"
     
    Quote from the official FAQ, page 5 top right.
     
    You can get the FAQ from the support section of this page: https://www.fantasyflightgames.com/en/products/arkham-horror-the-card-game/
     
    That's the official answer but if you want to use 2 of each, by all means try it....it's your game
    I can't imagine it will make much of a difference in a 4 player game.
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