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  1. Vengeful Oathkeeper is a Conflict character and has 2 influence (so you can use it out-of-clan). That means the deckbuilding rule for influence is about which deck a card goes into rather than which type a card is (unlike in the CCG, card type doesn't completely determine which deck a card goes in).
  2. That's not what happens. Dynasty cards don't have influence (bamboo), but Conflict cards do. Characters can be found in both decks. What it probably means is that you cannot include cards from another clan in your Dynasty deck. But you can include out-of-clan cards (including characters) in your Conflict deck for the appropriate amount of influence.
  3. It didn't stop the need to have an FAQ a few months afterwards, though.
  4. Aside from the conversion, don't forget that European taxes include tax, while North American prices don't. So, to compare them meaningfully, you need to subtract the tax from the European price.
  5. Putting such limitations in the rules isn't the way FFG usually does things. They prefer to put it on the cards themselves. However, I think they're going to put the "once a round" limit for actions in the rules (which would also be unusual for them), because we've seen some actions with no cost or limit in card text (the Unicorn character and a reducer holding, I think).
  6. @Jobu Quote from the FAQ. Note that Skids doesn't control Hospital Debts either, because treacheries and enemies are always controlled by the scenario (the relevant quote is in my post just above yours). Before the FAQ, it would have been discarded in step 4 (and removed from the game as specified in step 1).
  7. If you go a bit further on page 21, you get this: This says those weaknesses are encounter cards. So they're definitely covered by the second bullet point in (1.2).
  8. It actually looks like Nerishma, because the dot on the I seems absent, just like in Blackmail. It doesn't seem correct, so I assume they meant Nerishina, or maybe Nerishima.
  9. I've played Unicorn (and specifically Battle Maidens) since I started, and I'll play Unicorn again when the LCG comes out. Also, in AGoT, I've been playing Stark for 6 years now (I started halfway in the 1st LCG edition).
  10. That was the format for the demo decks (the box needed to support 4 at the same time) and the demo tournaments (which needed to offer some deckbuilding beyond choosing factions). There are 20 cards for each faction in that box, 12-15 of which are usable out of faction, and 28 usable neutral cards (excluding the 4th copy of economy locations) for the main deck (there are plenty of plots). So it's just barely possible to make 1 legal deck out of 1 AGoT2 Core Set.
  11. Yes, they tend to be that way. That said, there is a difference between "during a conflict" and "during the conflict phase" (the latter covers more). For instance, in AGoT, the challenges phase (closest equivalent to the conflict phase) has action windows outside the challenges.
  12. The Boltons from AGoT would like a word with you about the silliness and childishness of pink...
  13. To be honest, FFG appears to be outright neglecting the multiplayer format in AGoT. It has been relegated to side-events (in 1st edition, it was nearly as important as 1 on 1 in Regionals tournaments and up) and there are still no tournament rules for it.
  14. The numbers are not so different between Standard and Hard. The +1 becomes a 0, a -1 becomes a -3 and a -5 appears. The -6 and -8 appear only on Expert.