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How to use an ARM guard to prevent your opponent from playing cards.



The Guard Card is a special card that can be played to prevent any card from being played on your opponent’s side of the table.

It works by telling your opponent to not play cards on their side of their card game table or they will play the card on their opponent’s.

The card also gives the opponent the opportunity to take a card that was played on their card to their side.

The Guard card works in conjunction with cards like the Guard and the Defender.

If you have the Guard card, you may also play an additional card from your hand to protect your hand.

The player who has the Guard can then draw up to 3 cards from their deck.

The number of cards that can protect a player’s hand is based on the number of card in their hand and how many cards they have on the battlefield.

The more cards in their deck, the more protection they can offer.

The amount of protection each player receives depends on the amount of cards they are protecting.

The protection from the Guard is applied at the beginning of the game.

Once a player is able to draw the Guard, they cannot use it again until the end of their turn.

Once the Guard has been played, it stays in play and will not be removed from the battlefield until a player has made another attack.

If a player attacks and then tries to draw a card from their hand, the Guard stops that attack.

The only cards that are removed from play when the Guard expires are cards that would allow a player to remove a card or cards from play from their opponent.

A player cannot remove cards from the deck unless they can choose to do so.

A card removed from a player during a Guard can be added to their hand if they can play it from the hand.

If there is a Guard in play, the player must choose how to play the Guard.

If the player does not want to play a card, they can still play a Guard.

In addition, a player may add a card to the battlefield to add to their hands if they wish.

When the player makes a Guard play, they do not need to worry about the Guard disappearing.

If they are dealt damage during the Guard’s duration, the damage can be removed.

However, if a player takes damage, they will lose their entire hand.

Once an attack has been made on a player, the game ends.

If no attack is made by the player, they win the game, and the player wins the game by playing the Guard again.

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