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[LSJ] Condemnation: Mute questions

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Anonymous
August 23, 2005 5:44:43 PM

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#1: A prince with a Condemnation: Mute on him calls a referendum and
plays a Bewitching Oration. Does he have 4 votes from the B.O or does
the "excess" -1 from the C:M apply to this resulting in 3 votes?

#2 A prince has a C:M on him. Having 0 votes is he still considered a
titled vampire? If no, is the now non-titled vampire still a prince?

#3 C:M stays on the vampire even if the player who controlled the minion
that played it is ousted (just like Mind Numb), right?
Anonymous
August 24, 2005 12:20:26 AM

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In message <def27b$d72$1@news01.versatel.de>, Johannes Walch
<johannes.walch@vekn.de> writes:
>#1: A prince with a Condemnation: Mute on him calls a referendum and
>plays a Bewitching Oration. Does he have 4 votes from the B.O or does
>the "excess" -1 from the C:M apply to this resulting in 3 votes?

3 votes. Pre-BO, the vampire is casting:

2 - 3 = -1, zero effective votes.

After BO, the vampire is casting.

2 - 3 + 4 = 3, three effective votes.

>#2 A prince has a C:M on him. Having 0 votes is he still considered a
>titled vampire? If no, is the now non-titled vampire still a prince?

Still titled, still a prince. Just a prince casting zero votes, without
some sort of modifier. (Like Bewitching Oration.)

>#3 C:M stays on the vampire even if the player who controlled the
>minion that played it is ousted (just like Mind Numb), right?

Right. Minion cards are controlled by the minion they are on, by
default. (Master cards and event cards by the Methuselah who played
them, by default.)

You need card text, or a control changing effect, to overturn this.

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Anonymous
August 24, 2005 2:46:54 PM

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James Coupe wrote:
> In message <def27b$d72$1@news01.versatel.de>, Johannes Walch
> <johannes.walch@vekn.de> writes:
>>#1: A prince with a Condemnation: Mute on him calls a referendum and
>>plays a Bewitching Oration. Does he have 4 votes from the B.O or does
>>the "excess" -1 from the C:M apply to this resulting in 3 votes?
>
> 3 votes. Pre-BO, the vampire is casting:
> 2 - 3 = -1, zero effective votes.
>
> After BO, the vampire is casting.
> 2 - 3 + 4 = 3, three effective votes.
>
>>#2 A prince has a C:M on him. Having 0 votes is he still considered a
>>titled vampire? If no, is the now non-titled vampire still a prince?
>
> Still titled, still a prince. Just a prince casting zero votes, without
> some sort of modifier. (Like Bewitching Oration.)
>
>>#3 C:M stays on the vampire even if the player who controlled the
>>minion that played it is ousted (just like Mind Numb), right?
>
> Right. Minion cards are controlled by the minion they are on, by
> default. (Master cards and event cards by the Methuselah who played
> them, by default.)
>
> You need card text, or a control changing effect, to overturn this.

Correct.

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