Bayushi Shunsuke

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  1. Tip 1: Ask in the General forums, instead of the Rules section.
  2. Under Max X per [period] in the Rules Reference. (And a similar rule is in place for Limit).
  3. Voice of Honor (and Forged Edict, and others) cancel the effects of an Event. It doesn't state that it checks the type of Triggered Condition (Ability, Reaction, Interrupt), so For Greater Glory can get its effects cancelled.
  4. Max X per [period] This phrase imposes a maximum number of times that an ability may be initiated from all copies (by title) of cards bearing the ability (including itself), during the designated period. Initiating an ability on a card counts toward the maximum for all copies of that card. Each maximum is player specific. If the effects of a card or ability with a maximum are canceled, the use of the card or ability is still counted against the maximum.
  5. Did this person provide a link to the ruling, or is it simply Chinese Whispers?
  6. Unfortunately, there is nothing in the Rules Reference that we can point you towards to get a 'ruling'. It is basically just the English definition of the word 'first'. If he said '...cancel the next action ability..., he would work like your opponent thought.
  7. https://fiveringsdb.com/card/hida-kisada Hida Kisada cancels the first action ability of the conflict, not the first action ability since he had been present.
  8. If an opponent's event instructs a player to choose a target, the character with Above Question cannot be chosen. This also applies to events that instruct another player to choose targets (e.g. Court Games). Above Question does not prevent attached character from being sacrificed for Way of the Crab (that event doesn't instruct a player to "choose" a character, so it's non-targeting).
  9. It keeps your character around for an extra turn, the same way a fate token does, but that's as far as the similarities go. So long as you have attached Reprieve earlier in the round/game, you can trigger its Interrupt in step 4.2 (You cannot trigger it from hand) While there is an action window in the Fate Phase, it occurs after fate is removed, and characters leave play. (after step 4.4)
  10. The sequence of play is completely legal. Somewhat unlikely, but legal. To declare a conflict, a player need to declare ready attacker, type and eleent, and province. From the Rules Reference:
  11. To me, when Seeker of Knowledge wins as an attacker, it creates a delayed effect (chooses which ring to resolve) rather than resolving immediately. ie. When you get to the Resolve Ring Effect step (3.2.6), you resolve the chosen ring effect. Then, Display of Power is played, and does its stuff. Seeker of Knowledge gets sad because its choice doesn't matter. My only (new) question on Seeker, is when is the choice made: during 3.2.3 after winning, or in 3.2.6? Based on assumptions above, I say that Seeker still only gets one resolution.
  12. Except for when they use 'base', like on Way of the Lion.
  13. Under Ability on Page 2. Card abilities only interact with, and can only target, cards that are in play, unless the ability specifically refers to an out-of-play area or element. Card abilities on characters, attachments, holdings, strongholds, and provinces can only be initiated or affect the game while they are in play unless the ability specifically refers to being used from an out-of-play area, or require that the card be out of play for the ability to resolve. Event cards and role cards implicitly interact with the game from an out-of-play area, as established by the rules of their cardtypes.
  14. I'm literally working on the unofficial compilation today. (All I'm doing is taking rulings/sources from fiveringsdb and putting in one file) This document should be useful until FFG release something themselves.
  15. The main difference to look for is the +/- that precedes the stats on regular attachments.