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  1. The Old Buzzard

    Dark Souls The card game

    The "Thief" card has "Lucky Break" as his special action that is recharged at the Bonfire. "....draw 3 cards from your deck" Does this increase the size of your hand? If it does how long can you keep 9 cards in your hand? Or is it over after your next activation? I am asking here as well as rules questions don't seem to be replied to in the 'Dark Souls' section and I remember Bryce doing a promotional video for the card game.
  2. winstoninabox

    Preparing for Combat

    In the video game you can prepare for the coming battle by cast spells, etc. But in the card game you can’t do anything until after the enemies attack, and they always attack first. To simulate preparation allow the first hand of each encounter to be of any size, but at the end of the first enemy activation any cards over 6 must be discarded down to 6. This rule also replaces the Mulligans rule.