In Dominion, if my opponent plays the Enchantress, this prevents my first action card from executing its instructions and gives me +1 Card and +1 Action instead. My question is, what happens if my opponent plays two Enchantresses? Will I get +2 Cards and +2 Actions on my first action card? I guess No, but I need an official source or convincing reasoning on this.
Initially, it might sound like the Enchantress is "replacing the instructions of the action card with +1 Card, +1 Action", and replacing it twice still leaves a single +1 Card, +1 Action. But this is not the phrasing on the card:
Until your next turn, the first time each other player plays an Action card on their turn, they get +1 Card and +1 Action instead of following its instructions.
The crucial word here is "instead". I do not know how to interpret this exactly
One interpretation is as follows: the second Enchantress encounters the first action card, prevents its instructions from happening (even though they would not have happened anyway because of the first Enchantress) and gives me +1 Card and +1 Action, stacking with the first Enchantress,
The Wiki is not helpful on this, not addressing this point at all. Is there any official source telling me that I will get only +1 Card, +1 Action? Has anyone encountered this situation in the online game?