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Rules Forum / Re: Another TTP Question
« Last post by CRASHER on November 18, 2019, 07:37:57 PM »
Correct the "considered played after" perk of the ACE would be modifying Lex's chop.....that's a no-go
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Rules Forum / Another TTP Question
« Last post by Drywall on November 18, 2019, 07:32:22 PM »
The Total Package
Starting Hand Size: 6     Superstar Value: 3
WWF Superstar Ability: Your cards cannot be modified by non-Backstage card effects or your opponent's Ability.
You may pack No Sell Maneuver cards and Lex Luger cards, replace "dynamic" with "BASH" in their text, and they are WWF cards instead of WCW or nWo cards.

Irish Whip - Throwback
Mid-match Action
Your Lock, Stock, and Barrel maneuvers are blank.
During your turn when this card is in your Backlash, you may put it into your Ring.
During your turn when this card is in your Ringside, you may discard 2 cards and then put this card into your Backlash.
ACE: Once during each of your turns, you may discard 2 cards and then your next card played this turn is considered to be played after Irish Whip and after a Set-up card.
F: 0     D: 0     Unique

#621/643 Knife-Edge Chop (S)  (RUMBLE PACK FOIL)
Strike
When played after the card titled Irish Whip, can only be reversed by unique Reversal cards or Reversal cards that specifically reverse a maneuver if that maneuver is played after the card titled Irish Whip.
When this card is in your Ringside pile, during your turn you may discard 2 cards and then put this card into your hand.
Throwback
F: 0      D: 2

Just to clarify: the ACE of Whip TB cannot be used for maneuvers such as Knife-Edge Chop TB since TTP's cards basically have RMS, correct?
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Rules Forum / Re: Dumb question is the Backstage and backstage cards apart of prematch?
« Last post by W4RP47H on November 18, 2019, 09:06:28 AM »
Thank you.
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Hi Keith. Thank you for re-posting what was written. I am looking for a binary answer to a question. Yes or no works well for me. I read what was posted about a new area etc. Maybe some one her can help me with this:

Are backstage cards prematch cards?

Thanks James.

They are not Pre-Match cards, but some of there effects happen during the Pre-Match phase.
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Haha I did mention at the bottom, might have missed that out. Nope, they are not.
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Rules Forum / Re: Dumb question is the Backstage and backstage cards apart of prematch?
« Last post by W4RP47H on November 18, 2019, 08:03:58 AM »
Hi Keith. Thank you for re-posting what was written. I am looking for a binary answer to a question. Yes or no works well for me. I read what was posted about a new area etc. Maybe some one her can help me with this:

Are backstage cards prematch cards?

Thanks James.
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Backstage Area
-The new zone of the game is called the Backstage Area.  Enforcer cards and Superstar cards are all revealed from the Backstage Area.
-The only cards legal to pack in the Backstage Area are those with specific wording that allows them to be packed, or cards named by the Superstar Ability that may be revealed.
-All Enforcer cards now have Most Recent Printing stating that they are revealed from the Backstage Area.
-Cards revealed from the Backstage Area are not considered to be in your Ring Area.
-You do not have to reveal every card in your Backstage Area.  Cards that remain unrevealed cannot be used in the game until they are revealed.
-The Backstage Area follows the Face/Heel and Raw/Smackdown rules for deck construction, and must correspond to your Arsenal and Backlash deck.
-You cannot have more than one of each card in your Backstage Area.
-'Hide' is a new term in Raw Deal. When applied to Backstage cards, they are no longer revealed, and have no effect on the game.
-The Backstage Area is a public area of the game, an opponent may see the cards in the Backstage Area during the game.
-Unless specified, only one copy of any card can be packed in the Backstage Area, with the exception of Test who can pack and reveal two copies of Unique Backstage Area cards like WWE Signing Appearance.
-Unless otherwise stated, Backstage Area cards are revealed when revealing the Superstar card.  This is done simultaneously, including choosing any Enforcers from revealed Enforcer cards.  There is no option to wait until an opponent has revealed his Backstage Area cards or chosen an Enforcer to make these choices.

TLDR: Backstage cards are in backstage area which is different from your Ring where your backlash cards go to when played.
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Rules Forum / Re: Dumb question is the Backstage and backstage cards apart of prematch?
« Last post by W4RP47H on November 17, 2019, 08:35:32 PM »
So are backstage cards, prematch cards?
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Yeah I figured that's how it worked too Rachelmon
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What i understand is:
Mine is bigger than yours states your opponent's prematch cards do not reduce your starting handsize. The reduce handsize effect comes from backstage therefore We face each other will reduce big show's handsize depending on how many prematch does big show played in this scenario.
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