seffard;n9547321 said:You have a point. It's weird the game acts like three or none, but like many unspoken rules and priorities, you can only see on the fly unfortunately.
No they don't. Unseen Elder doesn't work like that at all. You can play Unseen Elder and eat 1 or 2 units, and if you let time run out, it will choose the remaining units at random. I tried this because I didn't wish to eat a 3rd unit, but the game forces you to do so if one is available.Exoclyps;n9544321 said:All cards that have you select cards works like this. I once lost a game getting 0 cards back from Saskia because I was too late to choose what cards to get.
That's much different than the OP's situation. Yours is entirely your fault. Compression targets any unit, and the opponent did not have a valid unit. You misplayed it. The same thing occurs with other cards that must target a unit like Alzur's Thunder or Triss Merigold. You zap your own unit if the opponent has no valid targets. The same rule applies to all scenarios where a target must be fulfilled. All of those cards say "target" rather than "enemy".Be3lzeBot;n9734231 said:I was exactly this outraged last night, when I placed my Coral only to realize my opponents crucial one card was a GOLD card, and I was forced to destroy my own Bear, losing the match.
arubino99;n9734301 said:n the OP's situation, he didn't misplay Neneneke. He simply didn't have enough time to select the full 3 cards, and therefore got 0 despite already choosing 2. This is in direct opposite to a card like Unseen Elder, whereby if time expires, the game forces a full selection by random process.
arubino99;n9733461 said:No they don't. Unseen Elder doesn't work like that at all. You can play Unseen Elder and eat 1 or 2 units, and if you let time run out, it will choose the remaining units at random. I tried this because I didn't wish to eat a 3rd unit, but the game forces you to do so if one is available.