Hero alignment includes Wizard players. Minion alignment includes Ringwraith, Sauron, and Balrog players. Fallen-wizard alignment includes Fallen-wizard players. As new avatars come out in future expansions, they will specify to which alignment the avatars belong.
All the quotes above refer to non-DC tournaments. Now I was wondering among which avatars I may choose if I want to bring two different decks with two different avatars - one against white player, one against minion and grey players.You may bring two decks of the same alignment to the tournament. One must be dedicated for play against minion opponents, and the other against hero opponents. Either deck may be used against a Fallen-wizard.
I couldn’t find any clear reference in the GENERAL RULINGS FOR DREAM-CARD GAMES AND EVENTS to what is considered an alignment in DC tournaments. Only this:
Example: Let's say I have a Dwarf-lord deck I want to play against minion and grey players.Black, grey, and white players. Black players are aligned with Sauron. White players are
defending the Free Peoples. Grey players are infused with Morgoth’s malice, yet serve their own
interests; they are still considered minion players. Thus the following applies for the alignments:
- Black players: Sauron (including avatarless minion) and Ringwraith players;
- Grey players: Balrog, Dragon-lord, and avatar-War-lord players;
- White players: Wizard (including avatarless hero), Fallen-wizard, and Lord players.
Nb. A black player may play (a manifestation of) The Lidless Eye against a grey player.
Question No. 1: What is my alignment?
b) Lord player
c) White player
Question No. 2: Which avatars am I allowed to play in my 2nd deck against white players?
a) any Dwarf-lord
b) any Dwarf-, Elf-, and Atani-lord?
c) any white player avatar (including Fallen-wizards, Wizards and avatarless Hero)?