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nakano- master's maneuver
While Master’s Maneuver is in play, each turn you do not play a Special card allows you to make one of your attacks that turn Hidden. You may not have more than one Master’s Maneuver in play at any time.
nakano- mirror image
Any attack made by your opponent has a two in six chance of being aimed at the correct target. If he misses, his next attack has a three in six chance. If he misses again remove Mirror Image from play.
nakano- power blow
Play this card in conjunction with an attack. You do not need to make an Exertion to a make this attack a Power Blow.
nakano- shadow of the mind
While this card is in play, any attacks you play may be Hidden. Remove Shadow of the Mind from play if you draw a card
nakano- shadow to snakes
While Swords to Snakes is in play, all of your attacks may be Hidden, and your opponent may not attack. Your opponent may remove Swords to Snakes from play by discarding two attacks from his hand at the start of his Defense Phase.
You force your opponent onto rough ground, tripping him. Your next attack this turn is Hidden. Your opponent loses any Standing Defenses.
You may attack areas you just blocked. If you Power Blow, your opponent’s next Attack cannot be Hidden. You may include up to six Master cards.
PERSONA - MCBC- misprinted card Play this card before the game begins in conjunction with the Duncan MacLeod Persona card. Your Master cards cannot be countered or removed from the game. «Born in 1592 in the Highlands of Scotland, this foundling baby was taken in and raised as a chieftain’s son until he was killed in bottle in 1622... and didn’t stay dead. First trained by Conner MacLeod, Duncan has «all of the fun and most of the good women«. He fights with a carved Dragon-Head Katana bequeathed to him by a Samurai in 1778.» Misprint: Duncan Quickening Font / Duncan MCBC Back
PERSONA - Premium Play this card before the game begins in conjunction with the Duncan MacLeod Persona card. You may use up to 2 additional Pre-Game cards beyond the normal restriction of Pre-Game cards. This card modifies your persona card and may not be removed from the game
duncan- a masters focus
Play this card at the beginning of your turn. For the remainder of your turn, you may ignore the effects of any number of Situations in play. Turn those Situations face down until the end of your turn as a reminder that they have no effect.
If your opponent played more than 1 attack last turn, and you are able to prevent their last attack from damaging you. You may discard this card to prevent all damage done to you by all other attacks this turn.
duncan- belligerent attack
If this attack is unsuccessful and is still in play during your next Sweep Phase, you may place this card into your hand instead of your discard