Sword-binding wording

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Sword-binding wording
« on: December 02, 2015, 08:08:51 AM »
Hi

going to play tonight, exciting!
Anyway while re-reading the rules I noticed in the description of sword-binding it says:
"When you catch your enemy’s weapon with
your own, you can both judge how your opponent is about to move
and also redirect your opponent’s strength."
IMO this would be clearer if you reversed the order of the words both and and judge as it currently reads, to me, as if both you and your opponent get these advantages.
ie
When you catch your enemy’s weapon with
your own, you can judge *both* how your opponent is about to move
and also redirect your opponent’s strength.

More feedback from the table later.

rgds
rob

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lumpley

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Re: Sword-binding wording
« Reply #1 on: December 04, 2015, 11:16:31 AM »
Hm. Probably best to remove "both" altogether. You can judge how your opponent is about to move and redirect your opponent's strength.

Thanks!

-Vincent