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Jack Hammer
06-04-2012, 02:36 PM
On the local forum for WM, there is some discussion over what 'control' means for Colossals. The debate is that Scramble does not include 'control' in it's description, so does not take control of the Colossal and does not work.

Does the word 'control' have to be in an effect to have the Colossal ignore it?

Now the no Movement out of phase does prevent the Jack under Scramble from going anywhere.

guilmon488
06-04-2012, 02:37 PM
Does Scramble Affect a Collossal?

Varius
06-04-2012, 02:41 PM
On the local forum for WM, there is some discussion over what 'control' means for Colossals. The debate is that Scramble does not include 'control' in it's description, so does not take control of the Colossal and does not work.

Does the word 'control' have to be in an effect to have the Colossal ignore it?

Now the no Movement out of phase does prevent the Jack under Scramble from going anywhere.

It cant move anyway, what would be the point?

Vex
06-04-2012, 02:58 PM
"Your opponent can never take control of your colossal by any means."

Dawnlord Ed
06-04-2012, 03:25 PM
Except that Scramble does not control the colossal.

EDIT: However, the colossal can't move outside it's activation, so why cast it?

Valander
06-04-2012, 06:17 PM
Merging two threads that are the same question and within a minute of each other.

Colossals cannot move outside of their activation, so Scramble would have no effect. Scramble does not take control of the target warjack, however. If an ability takes control of a target, it will use "control", such as Major Haley's Domination spell (which will not work on Colossals, either).