Agent Fletcher

I was not buying Kymani thematicaly for some reason. I think part was the lack of a backstory connection to the mythos, part the lack of a compelling identity

This card changes that, as they have now more of a Duck Avenger or Fantomallard identity as something close to a gentleman (gentlethey?) thief with their own personal rivals set out to get them

Certanly going to be trying them out when I get my hands on the scarlet keys

"It's got me!"

One of those treacheries that wastes your precious actions. Good thing this card can be removed by Alter Fate (better if you have Parallel Agnes in your team).

The quick brown fox jumps over the 200 character limit.

ichinokata00 · 209
The Sign of Hastur

Contray to the other review here, I would argue (at least in four player) it is the worst treachery in the game. The potential to have it stay out for six+ turns, in a deck filled with horror, much of which is unavoidable, cannot be understated. Just one of these can easily cause 10+ horror across a team, and woe betide if you end up with two on the table at the same time. With two a guardian can go from full sanity to out of the game in a single mythos phase without even drawing from the bag. Brutal.

bobsmall · 4
Gang Up

You control cards in your hand. Does that count for this card aswell? When I play it do I control the card itself? This is the pay-off card for classes like Lola, Charlie and Subject. Permanents count which makes this card very good for Lola as she can very cheaply control a lot of classes. I wonder if there is a build for other classes using Multi-Class assets.

Cards can only interact with cards in play. You do control cards in your hand but they do not count for Gang Up. Gang Up itself does not count as a Guardian card while it is being played either. — Soul_Turtle · 335
"Control" is one of the most frustrating rule confusions for me. As written in the rules, you "control" cards in your hand. Don't believe me? It says so in the rules. And yet, somehow, we're supposed to know that on cards like this, "control" does not include the cards in your hand. Can anyone, anywhere, point to where the rules specify that? — acotgreave · 759 — Thatwasademo · 49