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Subject: Gouvernante de France and Core Presence question rss

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Oliver L.
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Hello everyone,

Could someone please help me with the following situation:

In France, the Protestant politically controls Rouen, and Rouen only. 2 spaces in France are Protestant: Rouen and Paris. France plays the Gouvernante de France Event, second option (all conditions apply).

Can the Protestant decide that Rouen converts back to Catholic, and since there must be at least 1 Protestant space in France, Paris stays the same?

Or: is the Protestant forced to convert Paris back to Catholic, and since there must be at least 1 Protestant space in France, is also forced to give up political control of Rouen?

Thanks in advance for your help.

 
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The Protestant makes all the decisions with this card, so YES it is legal.
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Oliver L.
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Thanks Ed!
 
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Ed Beach wrote:
The Protestant makes all the decisions with this card, so YES it is legal.

It's clear the Prod makes the decision, sure, but where things get Jesuitical is that this relies on choosing an unflippable space to be flipped is "licit but void", rather than being an impermissible choice in the first place. I'd think this'd be worth a card-FAQ entry...

ETA: this does cast some light on a topic raised in another thread, on the significant distinction between skippable flips and illegal conversion attempts...
 
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