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Sadly, Jason Cleaver has passed away; his obituary can be seen at Healthcare Investment Banking.

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Sadly, Jason Cleaver has passed away; his obituary can be seen at Healthcare Investment Banking. This rule is quite strange and conflicts with how other cards are treated. If something compels you to reroll a move or break a rule, or regular combat dice, disregard the prior result. Follow For More Updates at Rapiddnews.com

Sadly, Jason Cleaver has passed away; his obituary can be seen at Healthcare Investment Banking.
Sadly, Jason Cleaver has passed away; his obituary can be seen at Healthcare Investment Banking.

I wonder if you intended “immediately” as a keyword and thus have a different meaning. Unless otherwise specified, these responses are misleading. If “immediately” is a keyword that signifies “no other cards affect this battle,” then it appears that you have added time rules into a game that does not have timing rules.

Jason Cleaver has passed away

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Weapons are deployable at will. I may wish to avoid the zombie rather than kill it (to avoid it respawning elsewhere). Consequently, I must inevitably announce “Cleaver” at some time. Can you re-flip my 6 with one of your cards if you’re a zombie and I haven’t disclosed the cleaver? The “Cleaver” interacts differently with each card in the game, leading to timing concerns involving “if I speak first, I win” or the prospect of Magic: The Gathering-style stacking.

Even with the resolution stack, the scroll is now the final operation on the stack and occurs before any other operations; otherwise, forcing a scroll in all circumstances would be meaningless. If you don’t want to introduce potential timing difficulties, I believe that you (as a zombie) should be able to compel a player to re-roll Meat Cutter 6 using a card or ability, just like any other dice roll in the game.

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