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  1. What happened to the new FAQ? On the page, where the contents are described etc. the link for the download only leads to the old FAQ (5.31) or do I miss something? EDIT: Here the link to the page I am talking about: https://www.fantasyflightgames.com/en/news/2015/2/12/avoid-a-backstabbing/
  2. So if all remaining phases are considered to end, the effect of for example Riverrun would also take effect at the end of the challenge phase if Rhaegar somehow was killed during marshaling phase?
  3. I had a question regarding this card (Dorea Sand) and quick forum search did not provide me with an answer. Dorea Sand's Response: Response: After you lose a challenge as the defender, until the end of the phase Sand Snake characters you control gain: "This character does not kneel to attack." So following situation: I have Red Viper (TftRK) in play and also Dorea Sand. I lose a challenge and trigger the response of Dorea Sand, so all Sand Snakes do not kneel to attack until the end of the phase. After this at some point in the same challenge phase, the Red Viper dies to any card effect. I play No Use for Grief and bring out all Sand Snakes remaining in the Deck. The question is now: Do all the newly in play Sand Snakes also dont have to kneel to attack? Thanks in advance!
  4. I was a bit confused about HastAttack's post at the first moment, because there was not indicated why X should be 0 by default. I really did not notice this entry about default value of X in the FAQ, that clears it up of course, thank you for pointing this out Ktom. Thanks to the both of you!
  5. When I read the new plot card 'Common Cause' I wondered when exactly the claim value is determined. As I understand it, it is more like a dynamic concept. When someone wins a challenge, he/she looks at his/her plot card, takes that value, adds or subtracts modifiers if there are any, and then the claim effect is implemented. No problem at all. But if you look at 'Common Cause', you cannot do it like this. What if your opponent has 'Forgotten plans' as his/her revealed plot card? The text box of your 'Common cause' would be blanked in every phase except the plot phase. So, you have a claim value of 'X', but you cannot determine 'X' in any phase except plot phase because you have a blanked text box then. So you would have to determine the 'X' value of 'Common cause' in the plot phase? Then every character you would play/put into play after the plot phase could not add his house affiliation to your 'X'-value. This would work, but it would be neither fair nor logical in my opinion. What do you think about this? Did I miss something important (like an entry in the FAQ where the exact time to determine the claim value is described; I could not find such) or is there really a problem here?
  6. I would rather buy allies than blessings. Unless in special situations, like breaking the curse for Rex.
  7. At the moment, my favorite is Daisy Walker. With her extremely useful abilities, a rather easy personal story and the possibility to pick every spell there is she is just awesome. She can adapt to almost every situation and no matter what setup gave you, she will complete your equipment. The best combo is her taking Arcane Insight, in my opinion. Doing this you can take the game to another level. It is not anymore: 'Oh, lets see what the Ancient One does and respond to it.' Its: 'We know what you are gonna do and we are going to stop it'. That is for gameplay. Thematically I have not yet decided whom I like most. There are some candidates including Silas Marsh, Diana Stanley, Wendy Adams, Rex Murphy, Tommy Muldoon, Roland Banks, etc … just too many. If I think about the Ancient Ones, I don't have an arch-nemesis there right now. Most times I / we lost, I can trace it too some strategical / tactical mistakes or really great bad luck in key situations. But maybe someday there will be one. For now I can only list some AOs that annoy me because of their mechanics. There is Ctugha for example, who's ability is just a constant pain in the neck of 2/3 of all investigators. But thats okay, still way better than Rhan-Tegoth! And also Nyogtha with his tendrils, that is just so boring.
  8. Anything new on this topic? Winter is coming going, and Spring is coming
  9. 1: Regarding that the gate may not only be closed but sealed this statement of the FAQ might be not enough. I don't know, but it does not match perfectly. But I cannot give any better advice here.
  10. So you know that this is the Arkham Horror Board and there is a separate board for Mansions of Madness? Although I am sure someone here could help you out, you might have better luck over there to get a quick answer ...
  11. By the way, I have a question to all folks, who use alternative methods than drawing mythoscards from one mythospile: How do you deal with Arcane Insight? I found it an incredible useful spell if you have the right Investigators for it in play and I would not want to miss it entirely in my games.
  12. I think I pointed this out before: Dice rolling can never achieve the same results as card drawing. Even if you had somehow projected the card distribution onto your dice rolling system perfectly, the percentages would still change with every card drawn. A dice rolling system that can handle these changing probabilities would be absurdly complex I guess and not practicable.
  13. The people of Innsmouth (or some of them) seem to be on the side of the Ancient Ones and their creatures. So be happy that the police does not join the combat … on the side of the monsters
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