Thursday, December 15, 2011

Did you know, that ... (Part 83)

.. you can play Eagle's Sight on superior when your predator (or any other player) is taking a (D) action against you. This works since the use of Eagle's Sight (by it's own cardtext) is not restricted to those situations where you're not an eligible blocker. This, of course, has no other effect than you cycling cards (when your predator is using 0-stealth actions, for example).

3 comments:

Ossian said...

It does have a minor effect: it forces you to attempt to block.

Anonymous said...

Is the block order 1. prey 2. predator 3. eagles sight (falcons eye, anneke)? In other words is other blocks possible after eagles sight attempt? Predator bleeds you - you cycle eagles sight at superior - superior elder impersonation - are you still allowed to block with other minions?

Ankha said...

On directed actions, target Methuselah(s) first, then each other player (provided they play a Eagle Sight/Falcon's Eye/Anneke effect).
On undirected actions, prey, predator, then each other player (provided they play a Eagle Sight/Falcon's Eye/Anneke effect).
A Methuselah can't block anymore when she says she gives up trying to block. Until then, she may try as long as she wants.

So if your predator bleeds you (prey), you can still attempt to block after she has played a Elder Imp. at superior. Playing Eagle's Sight to attempt to block when it's your "turn" to attempt to block changes nothing.