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In a recent Smash Up match we had the base 'The Homeworld', that has the following ability:

After each time a minion is played here, its owner may play an extra minion of power 2 or less.

I played wizards (and something else that doesn't matter, because I had at this point mostly Wizard cards in the hand). I had a lot of creatures, because of a previous Portal and they were mostly Enchantress and Neophyte. We concluded I can them all play on The Homeworld, as they all have a power of two and playing one triggers the ability and allows me to play the next until my hand is emptied (or I decide to stop). Was that played correctly?

  • Each minion you play on the Homeworld gives you an extra <=2 power minion play that turn, which doesn't have to be on the Homeworld as well. If it is, you get another one. – Samthere Jun 22 '15 at 9:33
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Yes. If it could only be triggered once per turn, it would read:

After the first time a minion is played here each turn, ...

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  • That feels so overpowered, but probably I had just luck that the Portal got me a lot of low powered minions on the hand before. – Mnementh Jun 20 '15 at 11:41
  • @Mnementh It's situationally powerful, but a stack of low-powered minions are a tasty target for a few different decks, and can be taken advantage of by opponents in a variety of ways. – Samthere Jun 22 '15 at 9:33
  • @ikegami You're not wrong that it's incredibly powerful for robots, but it's actually an alien faction base! – Samthere Jun 22 '15 at 9:55

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