Discipline
Prescience of Fate

Asset

Unbroken.

Cost: –.

Neutral

Lily Chen deck only. Permanent.

You get +1 .

: You get +5 skill value for the next skill test you perform this turn. After that skill test ends, flip this asset over. This action does not provoke attacks of opportunity.

Lin Hsiang
Edge of the Earth Investigator Expansion #13.

Discipline
Prescience of Fate

Asset

Broken.

Cost: –.

Neutral

Lily Chen deck only. Permanent.

After the round ends, if you performed no skill tests this round: Flip this asset over to its Unbroken side.

Lin Hsiang
Edge of the Earth Investigator Expansion #13.
Discipline
Discipline

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Reviews

A pretty nice discipline. Probably a must have as a first or second if you want the willpower one). The condition to flip it after being broken is quite hard, tbf. Quick question, can you use the ability twice in a row to get a +10 on your third action?

Also, if that is true, RAW you could flip it twice so it goes back to the unbroken side (kinda joking, kinda not).

Jota · 6
Regarding using the ability twice in a row: Dumbly enough, I think you're right. At the very least, I don't see any wording on the card itself that would prevent you from doing so. — NightgauntTaxiService · 356
I think, that once you fliped the card, the unbroken side is out of play. So the ability to flip it back would wiff. I do agree, though, that this should be able to provide you with a +10 on a test, but the action cost for this is quite steep. — Susumu · 351
Then again, it should count as a delayed effect, so might trigger regardless. Not sure, if it would be overpowered, too. Spending 3 actions for a +10 test is on average maybe worth it once per campaign, all the more, as Lilly can't take Shotguns, has little payoff for oversucceeding wildly. — Susumu · 351
Maybe Jeeves can teamwork her a shotgun. — Lailah · 1