Harry Paget Flashman

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  1. Okay. Makes sense. Thanks for the quick reply and have a great rest-of-the-day!
  2. Hi. Can you point me in the right direction on this? Say I put a character into play and place 2 fate on the character. Later, I want to play an event for 2 fate. Can I use the fate on my character to cover the cost? Or is that 2-fate investment basically locked onto the character? Thanks. If that's something you can point me towards as a reference in the rules, it would be hugely appreciated. Many thanks, Randy
  3. Hi. Can someone point me in the right direction on what I might be missing to manage the devastation of this rule: In the Regroup phase, "each player must discard all faceup cards from their broken provinces." (5.2) I'm finding that to be frustratingly brutal. It forces my hand so much in the Dynasty phase to play or abandon whatever cards happen to flop on a broken province. Once a couple provinces break, that limitation on your play options seems almost irrecoverable-- especially if the provinces fall early in the game. I had a game this weekend where Lion got me back on my heels hard and early. I felt like I maybe could have clawed back in to make a game of things except that my Fate investment had to prioritize whatever random card popped-up on the broken provinces, stripping me of any real flexibility. I'm curious how some of the advanced players play around the limitation. Am I missing some tactic on this that helps mitigate? So far I'm playing with the clan builds from a single starter set, so no triples in the decks. Does this rule maybe become more of a non-issue when you play with a full deck? Thanks in advance and much appreciated.
  4. Bannermen, I've been away from the game for a fair bit and have lost track of how the game's doing these days. What's the general feel from the player base? Is there a sense that the game is growing? Or at least holding steady? (As opposed to the Star Wars LCG, where the sense is that the player base is dwindling.) Any thoughts on that in general? Thanks in advance.
  5. Bannermen, I've been away from the game for a fair bit and have lost track of how the game's doing these days. What's the general feel from the player base? Is there a general sense that the game is growing? (As opposed to the Star Wars LCG, where the sense is that the player base is dwindling.) Any thoughts on that in general? Thanks in advance.
  6. Hi. Can anyone point me towards a league or tournament in Orange County or LA, California? Many thanks!
  7. Hi. Is there an active meta in the Organge County / LA area that someone might point me towards? Or if not, is there interest in starting one? I'd be happy to help organize if players are out there. Anyone? Thanks! Randy
  8. Thanks for the reply, Deathjester26. I wasn't aware of the metagame section in the forums and will check into that right away. Thanks! And, yes, I'd be up for a game. Weekends are tricky on my end, but no impossible. And I can come down your way, too. Let me get a handle on my calendar for the next few months or so and we'll try to work something out. Thanks!
  9. Great. Thanks, Winter. I appreciate the reply!
  10. When constructing a deck, you are allowed up to three copies of a particular card in the draw deck. That of course includes Characters, right? Or am I missing something here? If it DOES include characters, how are people justifying, say, three Ser Jamie Lannisters in their deck? Doesn't that disrupt the narrative of the game for players? Or is it just me? Thanks!
  11. Hi. I'm looking for a league, tournament, or even regular casual play in southern California--- Orange County or LA. Can anyone point me in the right direction? Thanks in advance.