Carolina Vález immunity
If Sonya Blue is clan impersonating Baali, and blocks Carolina, then play Bloodstorm of Chorazin, does carolina take the damage? Sonja blocks as an ally, but im unsure in the source of the damage or the windoexit happens in.
Same thing with those two and car bomb
ReverendRevolver wrote: Another, super obscure thing:
If Sonya Blue is clan impersonating Baali, and blocks Carolina, then play Bloodstorm of Chorazin, does carolina take the damage? Sonja blocks as an ally,
If Sonja chooses to block as an ally, this principally allows her to evade cards like Daring the Dawn. She doesn't become an ally for the duration of the action (a la the Grandest Trick). It basically just lets her sneak around blocker eligibility.
When she plays other cards or effects, they treat her as the vampire she is.
So when she plays Bloodstorm, she plays it as a vampire, and it resolves as a vampire, and she inflicts damage from it as a vampire.
LSJ wrote: So far it's been ruled that she simply blocks as an ally could block.
Meaning she gets past the DtD restriction. That is, only the "who is an
eligible blocker?" is overridden (if she chooses to block as an ally).
She can still gain intercept as the vampire she is (playing her own
Discipline-requiring reaction cards to gain intercept, for example,
while not being able to benefit from ally-only effects that would add
intercept to her vampire self).
The bit about "ally-only effects" means she doesn't benefit from The Unmasking. (Which was in the question.)