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triptycho [Magic Cards]
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triptycho [Magic Cards]
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 Magic cards may be any type of card - [[Action|Action]],​ [[Reaction|Reaction]],​ [[Strategy|Strategy]],​ [[Assist|Assist]],​ or [[Interrupt|Interrupt]]. Magic cards are specific to a single type of scenario and can only be included in the corresponding deck (using the corresponding Magic value). Magic cards may be any type of card - [[Action|Action]],​ [[Reaction|Reaction]],​ [[Strategy|Strategy]],​ [[Assist|Assist]],​ or [[Interrupt|Interrupt]]. Magic cards are specific to a single type of scenario and can only be included in the corresponding deck (using the corresponding Magic value).
  
-Magic cards also have an [[Extra Effect|Extra Effect]] provided, which adds some additional magical options when including the card into a deck. Since finding the card in a deck can be cumbersome, it is recommended for a player to note down any Extra Effect they include in their decks that they may wish to use.+Magic cards also have an [[Extra Effect|Extra Effect]] provided, which adds some additional magical options when including the card into a deck. Since finding the card in a deck can be cumbersome, it is recommended for a player to note down any Extra Effect they include in their decks that they may wish to use. Unless otherwise specified, Extra Effects may be used within scenarios, and you don't need to have the card in hand to use them; however, you are still limited to one use each per [[rest|rest]].
  
 For more information,​ see [[Player'​s Guide Chapter 7|Player'​s Guide Chapter 7: Gear and Wealth]]. For more information,​ see [[Player'​s Guide Chapter 7|Player'​s Guide Chapter 7: Gear and Wealth]].
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