The Night's Watch. Leal.
Character. Coste: 3. FUE: 2.

Wandering Crow.

Reaction: After you marshal Yoren, choose a character with printed cost 3 or lower in an opponent's discard pile, and put it into play under your control.

"I got thirty this time, men and boys all bound for the Wall…"
Core Set #129.

Link: Decklists


Rules FAQ

  • There are several situations that prevent you from targeting a character with Yoren. RRG page 22 and FAQ 1. 3

    • If you OWN a unique card in play, regardless of who controls it, you cannot marshal/play/put into play/take control of another copy of that card - except as a duplicate (if you own & control all instances).
    • If a copy of a unique character is in your dead pile, or the deal pile of the owner of target character, you cannot attempt to bring into play a copy of that character.
  • If a character changes control and subsequently leaves play, it goes to it's owner's out of play area. So for example, if you borrow The Hound, and his Forced reaction kicks in, The Hound will go to his owner's hand.
Do you get Yoren's effect when you dupe him (assuming he is out, a turn has past, and you have another copy to use as a dupe)? — krisheezy 1
No. Marshaling a duplicate is not the same as marshaling a character, and does not trigger any relevant reactions. — mplain 237