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playing trashed inherited Estate
« on: January 31, 2019, 10:50:29 am »

I remembered another old question when I was reading Sauna&Innovation topic.

On my previous turn, I played Ghost to reveal my inherited Estate. On this turn, I played it as Experiment. It moved to the Supply. I tried to play again, but failed. I had Conspirator in my hand. I played it.

Do I draw a card?

(I remember that Donald said I failed to play plain Estate, so I did not play a second Action. Is this interpretation correct? When I first asked, this was not a problem since we didn't have Ghost.)


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Re: playing trashed inherited Estate
« Reply #1 on: January 31, 2019, 12:31:38 pm »

No, you don't draw a card.

The second time the Estate is played, it is just an Estate and it's just a Victory card (not an Action card). So Conspirator counts only 2 played Action cards (including itself).

Whether you played a card or not is open for debate, but currently no cards care about that. But you certainly didn't play an Action card, which Conspirator cares about.
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