21 or Bust
  • Q: What happens if I play 21 or Bust and the combined value of the revealed tokens is more than 21? A: Nothing (you bust). - Edge of the Earth Investigator Expansion Frequently Asked Questions section

  • Q: What happens if I reveal a frost (), bless (), or curse () token while resolving 21 or Bust? A: These tokens have no value when revealed outside of a skill test, so they do not add to your total. You may choose to either continue to reveal tokens or stop, as instructed. - Edge of the Earth Investigator Expansion Frequently Asked Questions section

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Bob Jenkins
  • Q: Can Bob Jenkins use his additional action to play Item assets from his own hand? A: Yes. Bob Jenkins is "an investigator at his location" and can therefore use his additional action to play his own Item assets. - Edge of the Earth Investigator Expansion Frequently Asked Questions section
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The Harbinger
  • Q: While The Harbinger is revealed and on top of my deck, can I shuffle my deck or look at cards in my deck? A: No. Your deck and cards in your deck cannot be manipulated in any way - this includes all possible card or game effects, such as looking at cards in your deck, moving cards in your deck, discarding cards from your deck, etc. - Edge of the Earth Investigator Expansion Frequently Asked Questions section
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Close the Circle
  • Q: Do neutral cards count as a class for the purposes of Synergy cards? A: No. Neutral is not a class; it indicates a card that does not have a class. - Edge of the Earth Investigator Expansion Frequently Asked Questions section

  • Q: What is a "basic action" for the purposes of Close the Circle? A: A basic action is one that is not modified by a bold action designator on a card. For example, a basic fight action would be the standard fight action that any investigator can perform, whereas playing a Sweeping Kick or activating the fight ability on Dragon Pole would both be considered non-basic fight actions. - Edge of the Earth Investigator Expansion Frequently Asked Questions section

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Strength in Numbers
  • Q: Do neutral cards count as a class for the purposes of Synergy cards? A: No. Neutral is not a class; it indicates a card that does not have a class. - Edge of the Earth Investigator Expansion Frequently Asked Questions section
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