Monday, December 21, 2009

Did you know, that ... (Part 39)

(c) 2008 by White Wolf/CCP.. you can play "Brick Laying" against the "Secure Haven" on an opposing vampire, but only at inferior Potence. When you're playing "Brick Laying" at superior Potence, you're targeting also the vampire with the "Secure Haven", which is not allowed to "Secure Haven's" card text.

Another "Secure Haven" shenanigan is, that you can play "Edged Illusion" at superior Chimerstry against another player, even if one of his vampires has a "Secure Haven". The action is allowed (and doesn't fizzle) the vampire with the "Secure Haven" is just not affected.


1 comment:

floppyzedolfin said...

As discussed, I think my assessment was incorrect in the Brick Laying vs Secure Haven discussion.
I now changed my mind (in order to match RTR 08/08/08: ), and think that any action having multiple targets (should they be given at declaration or at resolution) will only affect targets it can affect.

But then, that difference between targets being specified at declaration / at resolution might be the key... it's probably up to LSJ, now..