times Trochomancy

28 Feb 2011 03:59 - 29 Jan 2013 11:35 #1937 by Robba Yaga
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So, if Methuselah A is bleeding Methuselah B and uses Trochomancy up front for a +1 Bleed ...

1) Does Methuselah B lose the cards from their ash heap even if its blocked?

2) If Methselah B bounced it to Methuselah C, who loses the cards from their ash heap?
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28 Feb 2011 04:01 #1938 by Robba Yaga
Replied by Robba Yaga on topic Trochomancy
I found the answer to part 2, but I'd still love clarification on part 1. I am assuming the answer is yes.

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28 Feb 2011 04:22 #1939 by Haze
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yes, it only affects Methuselah B. you remove the cards as soon as Trochomancy is played, not later.
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28 Feb 2011 07:41 #1945 by Lönkka
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Haze wrote: yes, it only affects Methuselah B. you remove the cards as soon as Trochomancy is played, not later.

Which makes it so good versus Girls -type of deck as it doesn't matter whether Aksinya (or whomever) bounces the bleed or not, you still get to discard from their asheep. You just have to play Trochomancy before they bounce. which usually means playing it up front.

Also I'd say that in most tables people are willing to bouce your basic bleed to Girls in order for you to be able to boost the bleed with Trochomancy using the Girls' asheep.

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28 Feb 2011 12:54 #1954 by Pascal Bertrand
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The cards are chosen as part of Trochomancy's terms (inferior, superior). They are removed as part of Trochomancy's resolution (that is: if it is DI'd, they aren't removed). They are always removed from the target of the bleed when Trochomancy is played.

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28 Feb 2011 16:38 #1958 by Joscha
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@ Robba: I'd appreciate it very much if you would qoute the cardtext you ask about. It makes it much more fun to find an answer. Thank you :kiss: .

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