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I have noticed that it is impossible to use abilities such as summoning wolves with "Brother of Wolves" or buffing structures with "Tool Initiate" more than once on a turn. This would of course be done by using cards like "Speed" or "Rallying" to set the countdown back to 0 again after using said ability.
I suspect that this is Intended as being able to do this might possibly be O.P. in some situations.
Anyway I believe that it would be useful to know that this is impossible without having to discover it the hard way.
I'm not sure what the best way Inform players about this is. I believe that I read a discussion some time ago about the need for something like an advanced strategy tutorial to be implemented, and if such a thing would be added I believe that It would be appropriate to put Information like this there. But that's only if that happens and I don't think that that would be the optimal thing for Mojang to work on right now.
To avoid confusion I suggest a change to the wording on Proximity Charge from:
´´When Proximity Charge is destroyed in combat´´...
´´When Proximity Charge is destroyed in melee´´...
since it does in fact not affect ranged attackers.
Does anyone agree with me on this?
Yea, I know that at least the token created by Proximity Charge can be targeted by opponents, so I'm pretty sure it doesn't have to do with that.
But how ever it is supposed to be, I think we can all agree that it needs to be more clear how and when it works, right?
I just had to sacrifice a Sinmarked Zealot to himself because I was unaware that the Mega Ogre was untargetable by spells and abilities.
This made me think that there really needs to be an easy way to see what buffs and special rules are applied to units like this. Preferably something like how normal buffs are displayed.
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