Honor in Flames
|Honor in Flames|
|Release Date||Not specified|
|Next||A Crimson Offering|
Honor in Flames is the second Dynasty Pack of the Temptations Cycle and features 60 brand-new cards (three copies each of nineteen different cards and one copy each of three different cards) to enhance your favorite decks and introduce new mechanics to the game, such as the Dire keyword that opens up new abilities when a character has no fate on them! 
Cards[edit | edit source]
|40||Unhallow||Conflict||Attachment||Mahō. Spell. Earth.||This card's fate cost can only be paid for with fate on characters you control.|
Attach to an unbroken province you control.
Attached province gets +3 strength.
As an additional cost to declare 1 or more defenders during a conflict at attached province, you must lose 1 honor.
|31||Steward of Cryptic Lore||Dynasty||Character||Shugenja. Earth. Scholar.||Dire – This character gets +3. (This character is dire when it has no fate on it.)|
Action: During an conflict, select one – the attacked province gets +3 strength or -3 strength until the end of the conflict.
|33||Shoju's Diviner||Dynasty||Character||Shugenja. Air. Imperial.||Dire – This character gains: "Action: Look at the top 8 cards of your conflict deck. Then, discard any number of those cards and put the rest back on top in any order". (This character is dire when it has no fate on it.)|
|43||Shadow Steed||Conflict||Attachment||Creature. Mahō. Spell. Water.||This card's fate cost can only be paid for with fate on characters you control.|
Attached character gains the Cavalry trait.
Action: If attached character has no fate on it, lose 1 honor – ready attached character.
|34||Nimble Noyan||Dynasty||Character||Bushi. Cavalry. Commander.||Keeper role only.|
Dire – While this character is participating in a conflict, bowed participating characters contribute their skill toward the resolution of the conflict. (This character is dire when it has no fate on it.)
|36||Darkness Rising||Conflict||Event||Mahō. Spell. Water.||Water role only.|
This card's fate cost can only be paid for with fate on characters you control.
Action: During a conflict, dishonor a (friendly) participating character – bow each participating character with lower skill than that of the dishonored character.
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