"My Enemy's Enemy" with 2 players left
Name: My Enemy's Enemy
[aus] +1 intercept.
[AUS] Only usable when a minion controlled by your predator is bleeding you, after blocks are declined. Lock this reacting vampire. The acting minion is now bleeding your predator's predator.
There is a LSJ ruling on this matter, but I cannot find it right now. Is that still valid?
Strange enough, the card text on "Lackey" explicitely reads that "My Enemy's Enemy" is NOT usable in a 2 player game. Why so?
Thanks in advance.
National Coordinator Germany
Toreador Prince of Darmstadt, Heart of the Jugendstil
Some cards or effects may allow or force you to bleed a Methuselah other than your prey. You can never bleed yourself, however.
I see what you meant. Actually I see no reason why it is not playable, but it is still useless.
Hakuron wrote: Is "My Enemy's Enemy" superior playable with only 2 players at the table?
Yes. Unlike most bouncers, it doesn't ask you to choose another Methuselah etc.
LSJ wrote: > You can use My Enemy's Enemy to send it back to you... Right? If it's
> down to 2 players... Not sure how's that's helpful...
Yes. It is useful in that it moves the card -- you might draw something
Or it'll get you closer to decking and then you can withdraw.
Note that the ordinary re-opening of blockers that you get at this point wither other bounce cards doesn't apply, because the target hasn't changed.
Italian National Coordinator
Lurking in the underground of Bologna, Italy
Because it's not the official version but the alpha version of the next cardtext (subject to change). If you want the official cardtext, select that option in Amaranth.
thelonius reloaded wrote: Sadly, Amaranth version of my enemy's enemy reports a variation stating that cannot be played In 2 players. Why there's such variations? (Not only in this card anyway)
And if you want to give some feedback about the alpha version, please do so (I think there are some buttons on the website).