Priestly Feud

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Kakita Ijiwaru
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Priestly Feud

Postby Kakita Ijiwaru » Fri Nov 28, 2014 10:36 am

Priestly Feud

Open: If you control one or no Rings, your target unbowed Personality challenges another player's target Personality. Spells and Kihos have +1FV during the duel. The loser must declare an attack this turn (if legal) and must assign his Personality from the duel opposing an army (if possible).

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On occasion, taryu-jiai duels can lead to bitter accusations and blood feuds.

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Re: Priestly Feud

Postby Kakita Ijiwaru » Fri Nov 28, 2014 10:39 am

Thinking about testing this one... Any thoughts? Can this replace Demonstrating Technique for use with Discretionary Valor/Sadamune? Or is it going to cause problems?

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Re: Priestly Feud

Postby Kakita Shiro » Fri Nov 28, 2014 12:13 pm

Nothing can truly replace Demonstrating Technique because it forces your opponent to focus, which in turn gives you the opportunity to focus.
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Re: Priestly Feud

Postby Kakita Ijiwaru » Sat Nov 29, 2014 3:21 pm

What good is this really? The only thing I can think of is to flesh out some key dishonor personalities. The focus aspect would be great, but like you say, undependable.

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Re: Priestly Feud

Postby Kakita Onimaru » Sat Nov 29, 2014 4:41 pm

The card is for forcing someone who wouldn't normally attack into attacking you. Defensive honor, dishonor, ect.

I suppose it could be used with magistrates as well. Lets say you dishonor someone and now want to use all your abilities that target a dishonored personality, but they are just gonna leave him. Pretty narrow scenario, but there ya go.
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Re: Priestly Feud

Postby Kakita Shiro » Sun Nov 30, 2014 10:11 pm

Kakita Onimaru wrote:The card is for forcing someone who wouldn't normally attack into attacking you. Defensive honor, dishonor, ect.

I suppose it could be used with magistrates as well. Lets say you dishonor someone and now want to use all your abilities that target a dishonored personality, but they are just gonna leave him. Pretty narrow scenario, but there ya go.

I am told that the card as printed doesn't work like that. The key phrase is "The loser must declare an attack this turn (if legal) and must assign his Personality from the duel opposing an army (if possible)." Parsing it, if I lose the duel, a legal declaration of an attack would be to assign no one to any battlefield. Since my losing Personality is not opposed, he does not have to assign.
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Re: Priestly Feud

Postby Togashi Jo » Fri Dec 26, 2014 7:19 pm

This card just received a tech errata. It now works as intended.

http://imperialassembly.com/oracle/#cardid=11996
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