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Jun
15
comment Can you block with a creature then return it to your hand before it takes damage?
@ArthurGardiner Thematically, returning a creature to your hand is like having that creature run away while dodging the attack that's coming at him. The blocking worked because the enemy creature already used up his attack / ammo / whatever in trying to hit the creature that was blocking instead of trying to hit the player.
Jun
9
comment Whats the perfect set for Agricola solo series using E, I, and K decks?
Actually the rulebook discusses the option to choose your own cards. Solo player Agricola can be seen more as a puzzle to solve than a "game". From the rulebook: "Many Solo players enjoy choosing their own cards – even determining the order of the Round cards. You can also try the following three “contests”: restrict your Occupation and Improvement cards to only one of Deck E, I or K."
Jun
9
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9
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Jun
8
comment What is a good modification of rules to make a game of Dominion slower?
@powerlord Good point, added.
Jun
8
revised What is a good modification of rules to make a game of Dominion slower?
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Jun
3
answered What is a good modification of rules to make a game of Dominion slower?
Jun
2
comment Can damage be removed from creatures after it's already been dealt?
I think changing the zone of a creature, such as with Flicker, should be listed here. Though the creature that comes back is a brand new object, it still does the job of removing the damage from your creature.
Jun
2
comment Band of Misfits copying Feast and then Island
@codebreaker Edited with quote and link confirming my answer.
Jun
2
revised Band of Misfits copying Feast and then Island
Added quote.
Jun
2
comment When races are defeated, do the tokens all go back to the tray for redraw (if power allows)?
I don't agree on it being a moot point. The number of available Skeleton and Sorcerer tokens is purposefully limited so that you can run out. If killed tokens were removed from the game instead, those races would be less powerful.
Jun
2
answered When races are defeated, do the tokens all go back to the tray for redraw (if power allows)?
Jun
2
comment Band of Misfits copying Feast and then Island
@codebreaker I have asked your question over at dominionstrategy, where Donald himself will hopefully answer soon; as I'm not 100% sure I'm correct.
Jun
2
comment Band of Misfits copying Feast and then Island
@codebreaker I think so, yes. For example, Throne Room + Mining Village. If you choose to trash Mining Village the first time it is played, then you cannot trash it again the second time, because it expects itself to be in play. (Though in that case, even without Lose Track you couldn't trash it because to trash it means to move it from somewhere that isn't the trash to the trash).
Jun
2
answered Band of Misfits copying Feast and then Island
Jun
1
comment Band of Misfits and Throne Room
Not that I know of; wiki.dominionstrategy.com should always have the latest information, along with details about if a ruling is new or a reversal of a previous ruling. Such a thing is very rare.
May
31
comment In Monopoly, Can I mortgage properties as I am bankrupted?
It's a start, but I don't think that answers the question. It clarifies that you must sell your houses, but doesn't say anything one way or the other about mortgaging properties.
May
31
comment In Monopoly, Can I mortgage properties as I am bankrupted?
Do you have a rules quote for this? As Ivo Becker's comment said, I usually see people mortgage everything they can before giving up.
May
29
comment Band of Misfits and Throne Room
Note that there was recently a lengthy discussion about this, which resulted in Donald X actually changing a previous ruling, and saying that Palying BoM as another card counts as playing 2 actions. See here: forum.dominionstrategy.com/index.php?topic=13115.0
May
26
answered can the value of x change in a turn