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Jared Parkinson
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When a power card says you use its power when you sacrifice a card, how do you sacrifice it? Do you discard the sacrificed card? Or do you just turn it 90degrees and keep it in front of you? That seems to make a difference because it would clog up or free up space for more power cards against your summoning gauge.

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Jack
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Sacrificing a card is taking one of your cards on the table and discarding it from play.
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Ken Thibodeau
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senorcoo wrote:
Sacrificing a card is taking one of your cards on the table and discarding it from play.


Oh darn! We were cutting the card in 2 halves before burning it in the fire place... Rules weren't very clear.
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fardoche wrote:
senorcoo wrote:
Sacrificing a card is taking one of your cards on the table and discarding it from play.


Oh darn! We were cutting the card in 2 halves before burning it in the fire place... Rules weren't very clear.


Well usually the vernacular for that action is discard which caused me to wonder if sacrifice meant that you used/sacrificed it but then had to keep it front of you. Otherwise it doesn't seem like much of a sacrifice since, with many cards, doing so gives you the benifit of the bonus and since you dont keep it in front of you it doesn't take up a spot on your summoning gauge. And the card wasn't even worth any possible points at the end of the game if you didn't sacrifice it so why would anyone choose not to sacrifice it. So it makes no sense to not sacrifice it so why do they say 'if you choose to sacrifice this card'
 
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I think that wording was chosen because there are cards whereby you can discard from hand. That is where "discard" is used.
 
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