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Rule and Play Changes
- Reserve Access - Effective November 1, 2021, no cards may be removed from any Reserve during the opening hand and first round of play. This includes taking, playing, discarding, or any other form of card removal from the Reserve; any other form of Reserve interaction is authorized. For additional information, click here.
- Classic and Rotation Formats - Effective September 13, 2021, there are two types of formats for regular Type 1 and Type 2 constructed categories: Classic and Rotation. Classic refers to all cards (except banned cards) may be used in deck construction. Rotation refers only to cards that have the new card face (or the special ability being in the same box as the scripture reference) are permitted in deck construction. For tournaments, only one of these formats may be offered for Type 1 or Type 2 play. Either format may be offered for Local and District tournaments, while only the Rotation format will be offered for State, Regional, and National tournaments. For additional information, click here.
- Randomizing Who Goes First - Effective September 13, 2021, when beginning a game, instead of the player who has the most Lost Souls in play determining who goes first, a random method will be used. Once the decks are shuffled and cut, the players use a random method (dice roll, coin flip, etc.). The winner of the random method then chooses who will take the first turn. The player who is chosen to take the first turn then activates their star abilities, followed by the opponent activating theirs. Then, the first turn player activates their Lost Soul abilities, followed by the opponent. Finally, the first round begins. The player going first does not draw 3 cards. After that player's turn is over, the opponent then begins his turn by drawing 3 cards. Play continues as normal after this. For additional information, click here.
- Type 1 & 2 Constructed Multiplayer are No Longer Sanctioned Categories - Effective September 13, 2021, these categories are no longer sanctioned. This means they are no longer offered as an official category of play at sanctioned tournaments, and thus will no longer qualify for RNRS rankings. For additional information, click here.
Gospel of Christ is Redemption's Latest Expansion - This latest set is projected to be released around mid-January 2022. For additional information, click here.