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Maybe I'm confused, but I don't think Inheritance is a hard counter against Rabble, in that the Estates all become Action cards which Rabble targets... right? -- Whizkid (talk) 13:24, 27 September 2016 (EDT)

But those Estates are now no longer junk that can be left on top of your deck. It turns Rabble into a Chancellor-ish effect. Werothegreat (talk) 14:35, 27 September 2016 (EDT)

[edit] contradictional

  • After you buy an EstateEstate.jpg, it becomes yours, and "when you buy this" abilities happen, then "when you gain this" abilities. After you gain an Estate without buying it, it becomes yours, and "when you gain this" abilities happen.
    • If you Inherit a Grand MarketGrand Market.jpg, you can buy an Estate with Copper in play, because Estate does not have the abilities of Grand Market until after you already bought it.
Either "when buys" happen then you cant buy Estate with Copper in play or they happen not 04:28, 7 August 2019 (EDT)
The Grand Market "special ability" is not a "when-buy" event, it's a "before-buy" event. Before you buy an Inherited Estate it's not yours, so it does not have this "before-buy" thing. m_knox (talk) 05:12, 7 August 2019 (EDT)
silly me 05:15, 7 August 2019 (EDT)

[edit] "That pile"

This also changes Estates in the Supply during your turns as well; if you used Inheritance on a Port and then later bought Seaway, you may gain an Estate and move your +1 Buy token to that pile

Which pile? The Estate pile, or the Port pile? Mxdata (talk) 02:50, 4 January 2020 (EST)

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