De acordo com as novas regras já anunciadas..
[quote=RogerGS]We’re dropping Samurai’s Legacy holding rules. In fact, we’re dropping the whole first turn. In Celestial, all players start with a free standard Holding in play alongside their Stronghold. The Holding is called Border Keep. Players who aren’t going first start with a second free bowed Holding in play, called Bamboo Harvesters, that won’t straighten until the second turn. This has the same impact on Gold development as Legacy holdings, without all the searching and shuffling. Celestial games get right into the action.
Both of the starting Holdings bow to produce two Gold and do not count as part of your deck. Border Keep has two very important abilities:
Limited: If it is your first turn: Put one or more cards in your provinces at the bottom of your deck, refilling the provinces face-up.
Limited: Once per game: Put one or more cards in your provinces at the bottom of your deck, refilling the provinces face-up.
Because we’re dropping the first turn, we needed to give players an extra chance to discard cards in an early hunt for Gold holdings. That’s the first ability. The second ability gives you an extra "mulligan" in case your first one turned out badly. Or, you can save it until later in the game when you want to see Personalities, not Holdings, in your provinces.
One other thing: Playtesting found that dropping the first turn made Fate hands a little thin when the real action started. So players now start with six cards in hand instead of five.[/quote]
..estes dois novos holdings vão estar presentes em todos os jogos de L5R, mudando consideravelmente a forma de construir um baralho de Dynasty. Para quem quiser já experimentar a diferença, tem aqui disponível um .pdf com proxies. Já agora, aproveitem este tópico para comentar esta importante alteração ao jogo.