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If your team has the initiative the first friendly model to activate suffers [-1] TAC for the remainder of the turn.

What exactly does the your mean in this?  Is it your as in the player who played the card?  Or is it your as in which ever player has the initiative?

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It's the player who played the card. The idea is you're trading that penalty for a near-guarantee at going first. It's best used if you don't plan on using that first model for attacks, or if you're aiming for results very low on your playbook (such as low momentous dodges on a striker to set up for a top-of-turn, end-of-activation goal).

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I’d say the two answers agree - one says how to define having the initiative, the other tells you who “your” refers to.

So if you, the person playing the card, activates first (has the initiative) then your first model to activate gets -1 TAC. If you don’t win the initiative (because your opponent played a high card and had more momentum), it has no effect.

Also, I merged the threads :)

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@MilitaryCoo

Just a friendly reminder that the card only affects the first friendly model you activate (if you win ini), not every friendly fighter... ;)

Incidentally, this means it won't affect any model that temporarily becomes friendly because they wouldn't be activated, just become active...

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