|From:||Brett Barksdale <brett@***.ORST.EDU>|
|Date:||Wed, 27 Aug 1997 12:05:45 -0700|
as, say, Magic does. Once a player declares that he's going on
a shadowrun and turns his runners to do so, that's it. It's too
late to use Archie McDeven to prevent anyone from going. If
you want to keep (from your previous example) the person with
technical from /not/ going, you need to pay 3 nuyen and turn
Archie during your opponents nuyen/card draw phase or some such.
Therefore, you couldn't use ARchie as a bluff like you described.