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Rock's Patented Footstomp
« on: March 01, 2015, 03:03:59 PM »
There are two types of Rock's Patented Footstomp. First type is a 5 fort 5 D Non-Unique Strike maneuver, and the second type is a 0 fort 5 D Unique Multi Strike maneuver. If I want to put this card into my The Rock deck, do I have to choose which type to add to my deck, or can I pack both types since they have different stat?

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Re: Rock's Patented Footstomp
« Reply #1 on: March 01, 2015, 03:10:13 PM »
Not because they have different stats, but because one is Unique.  So you can pack 3 of the non-Unique original version OR 1 Unique Throwback version.  Just not both.

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Re: Rock's Patented Footstomp
« Reply #2 on: March 01, 2015, 03:12:30 PM »
Not because they have different stats, but because one is Unique.  So you can pack 3 of the non-Unique original version OR 1 Unique Throwback version.  Just not both.

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Re: Rock's Patented Footstomp
« Reply #3 on: March 02, 2015, 03:01:24 PM »
In the case of Throwbacks in general, though, you can have up to 3 of any one card title. So you could pack 2 Kick and 1 Kick TB, but not 3 Kick and 3 Kick TB.

If the Throwback is Unique and the original isn't, or vice versa, you can pack either 1 of the Unique or up to 3 of the original, as Creed demonstrated.

If the Throwback is a Set-up and the original isn't, or vice versa, you can pack up to 3 of the non-Set-up and as many copies of the Set-up as you'd like. You can pack 3 original Japanese Arm Drags along with as many copies as you like of Japanese Arm Drag TB, which is a Set-up.
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Re: Rock's Patented Footstomp
« Reply #4 on: March 02, 2015, 06:04:48 PM »
Thanks! I was thinking about asking whether I can pack the original and TB in my deck and whether I would count them as the same or different card, since TB cards have very different card text than the original. This clears up my confusion.
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Re: Rock's Patented Footstomp
« Reply #5 on: March 02, 2015, 11:15:14 PM »
So I cannot pack 6 Kicks then, with 3 of the Multi version and 3 original? I see.


For the rules regarding mixing Classics and Revolution cards together, can I use, say, 3 of the Spears and 3 Revolution Spears in my Goldberg deck?

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Re: Rock's Patented Footstomp
« Reply #6 on: March 03, 2015, 05:01:56 AM »
For the rules regarding mixing Classics and Revolution cards together, can I use, say, 3 of the Spears and 3 Revolution Spears in my Goldberg deck?

Yes. 

For Revolution cards, Revolution is always the first word in the title.  So when you talk about Spear vs. Revolution Spear, it's like comparing Who Booked This Match? to Revolution Shock The World.  They're completely different cards.  You may pack 3 of each if you wish.
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