Quick Questions

Discussion in 'Cards: Strategy and Rulings Discussion' started by Fantasy Fox, Oct 10, 2003.

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  1. Fantasy Fox

    Fantasy Fox New Member

    1. What happens if a player accidentally discards a Supporter instead of putting it beside the active Pokemon?
    Will that player's turn end straightaway?

    Lots of people are sore-losers in the place I'm playing at...so they wouldn't give face to anyone who discards a supporter.

    2. Is there any ruling that says, if its time up and the two players has the same amount of prizes, the player with the most cards in his/her deck wins.
  2. Mr. Grass

    Mr. Grass New Member

    1. There's no set ruling but I'd have to say no. I'd just say it was an extremely minor playing error and is very easily reversible. Now if the player said they were done as they discarded the supporter and forgot to attack, I'd say they gave up their turn and it's their own fault.

    2. There is no ruling as such. I've heard of people circulating this rumor before. It would be a tie.
  3. Big Daddy Snorlax

    Big Daddy Snorlax Administrator

    This ruling was used in a few early Wizards Premier events, prior to the Super Trainer Showdowns. My son once lost in the finals of a Tropical Megabattle qualifier because he was tied on prizes, but had less cards in his deck than his opponent. It was very frustrating, and I was glad to see WotC stopped using this means of determining a winner early on.

  4. Fantasy Fox

    Fantasy Fox New Member

    Ok, thanks for the 2 rulings you two.
  5. White Gryphon

    White Gryphon New Member

    For the draw, if you still need a single winner, then I guess you could determine that by Sudden Death.

    Geez, when Supporters were first being used, I bet a lot of people accidentally discarded them like all the other Trainers they've ever played were discarded. It's a human mistake. What do they think they are to be criticizing people like that, inhuman?

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