Can you give any specific examples of when this might be useful or exploitable? The way it is currently worded already allows this to occur, but to my knowledge I haven't seen anyone use it in this way, yet.Thorsten wrote:Reading this once again, it dawned on me there is a rather nasty possibility for abuse the way it is phrased now. I can play any card under HaEO from sideboard, and then just discard it myself with a marvels...that's no good.
If it's for hazards, tapping a Nazgul or halving the limit is better and more efficient way. If it's for resources, well, other than characters and Back to the Fray, I can't think of many situations where this might be all that great, or more useful than tapping your wizard...
One could of course move the phrase for what can be played from underneath these cards to the first sentence, but this would mean you'd always have to show your opponent what cards you're putting underneath TNaA or HaEO, e.g.:
"When this card is played, take up to four cards that mention a named Dragon or the word “Dragon” in their game text or title from your discard pile (or sideboard if Doors of Night is in play) and place them face down with this card. If an "at Home" Dragon manifestation is in play, you may play non-unique short- or permanent-event hazards (except Parsimony of Seclusion) placed with this card as if they were in your hand. Hazards targeting unique Dragon creatures do not count against the hazard limit. Prowess of Age can only be played to give a prowess bonus. Discard when your play deck is exhausted. "