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Scry is a mechanic unique to the Watcher.

MechanicEdit

Whenever you Scry, you will look at a certain number of cards on top of your draw pile. You then may choose to discard any number of them. [1]

Scry does not reshuffle your deck. If you have fewer cards in your draw pile than the Scry amount, the Scry applies to whatever is left in the draw pile.

Scrying displays top and bottom cards in order from left to right.

Scry CardEdit

These cards have Scry. Numbers in parentheses are for upgraded version:

  • Cut Through Fate
    CutThroughFate
    : Scry 2(3) cards.
    • Keep in mind that the leftmost card that is not chosen to be discarded will immediately be drawn after you confirm your discard choice.
  • Just Lucky
    JustLucky
    : Scry 1(2) card(s).
  • Third Eye
    ThirdEye
    : Scry 3(5) cards.
  • Foresight
    Foresight
    : At the start of your turn before you draw your cards, Scry 3(4) cards.
    • This effectively allow you to discard a number of cards before it is drawn.

These cards have interaction with Scrying in general:

  • Nirvana
    Nirvana
    : After you Scry, gain Icon Block Block.
  • Weave
    Weave
    : After you Scry, return from discard pile to your hand.
    • If you Scry and choose to discard Weave
      Weave
      , it will return to your hand after confirming your discard choices, effectively allow you to both discard it from the next draw and use it to attack an enemy.

OthersEdit

  • Golden eye Golden Eye: Whenever you Scry, Scry 2 additional cards.
  • Melange Melange: Whenever you shuffle your draw pile, Scry 3.

TriviaEdit

  • Before the Watcher was released, the blue card Reprogram
    Reprogram
    used has its effect akin to Scry 4(5), albeit worded differently. It got reworked after the Watcher was released, as to make Scrying a unique mechanic of the Watcher.

NotesEdit

  1. This however does not count toward the condition for cards like Sneaky Strike
    SneakyStrike
    , as those cards seems to work exclusively with discarding cards from your hand, while Scrying instead discards cards directly from draw pile.
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