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From: "Norman R. McLeod" <mcleodn@***********.NET>
Subject: Re: SoC
Date: Fri, 10 Apr 1998 18:16:02 PDT
> Tony goes to Nerps! a copy of Muscle Replacement for Skwaaaaaark only
> to find Nerps! is a copy of his Glitz's Walther Palm Pistol instead. =

You couldn't do this, as the Weather Palm Pistol is not a legal target =
for you can't put a NERPS! of any non-cyberware card on Skwaaaaaark any =
way (IMHO anyway)

> Now here's the twist. Let's say Tony is again Nerpsing the H-man's
> Muscle Rep for his Skwaaaaaark. I toss out SoC and instead target it
> to duplicate my Ice Queen's Redirect Datatrail. Tony doesn't have any
> Deckers out. Can he tuck the Nerps'd RD back in his hand for when he
> can get Caeser out? Does it stay a copy of RD in that case?

Once again, as Skwaaaaaark can't carry the RD, IMHO you couldn't do this,=
RD not being a legal target

> Same type of scenerio except I know Tony doesn't have any Mages in the
> deck so I target Nerps on my Tempest's Combat Fetishes. Does Tony just
> discard the Nerps in this case, as he has no practical way to use the
> CF copy?
> Ok, a different twist on SoC. Sudden Goblinization (SG).
> Tony is wanting to beef up Turbo a bit, and tosses out SG while saying
> that Turbo is monkeying-out and becoming an ork. I think it'd be more
> interesting a different way. If I use SoC on his SG, can I target
> H-man instead and make him a troll (thus taking his skills)? Is the
> choice of race part of the targetting of the card, or since Tony had
> already said it was to make Turbo an ork as the card is coming out, is
> the race already locked in? (Potential speed/slap-fest issue.)

I think that would depend on when you played the NERPS!, IMHO if you play=
ed it before he stated which race, then he would still get to chose, if =
after, then it's too late


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