- Q: Enraptured adds 1 charge or secret to an asset you control. Under "uses" in the RR, it's pretty clear that you can't add 'charges' to 'ammo' cards or indeed some other variant. But can you add secrets to a card without uses (x secrets) or indeed any other uses thing? A: You can technically add secrets to a card that doesn’t have uses, there is nothing in the rules to prevent you from doing that. Normally this won’t help you at all—if you add a secret to a machete, it won’t do anything for you whatsoever—but there exist cards that use secrets even without the uses keyword, such as the untranslated Archaic Glyphs and enraptured will surely combo with them! [adding this ruling from Enraptured here for future reference]
Platziere 2 Geheimnisse auf Vorteilskarten, die von Ermittlern an deinem Ort kontrolliert werden (stattdessen 3 Geheimnisse, falls sich ein Hinweis an deinem Ort befindet).
– Lewis Carroll, Alice im Wunderland
No review yet? It's better than its level 0 counterpart in many ways, as you expect.
- One resource cheaper which makes for better economy and easier to play. You could pay with the resources from Crafty, if you want.
- One intellect icon more making it very potent for committing to skill tests for investigation, parley or important intellect tests like "I've got a plan!" (you can play Truth from Fiction later with Eidetic Memory or De Vermis Mysteriis from the discard pile, if you like).
- All of the sudden very strong and flexible in multiplayer because you can help out your non- friends with Secrets.
- You don't longer need a clue at your location making it more playable in late game (although you want one because then you're placing 3 secrets which is sometimes as much as the assets came with originally)
- With the release of the latest expansions, there are a lot of new interesting cards with secrets (like Eon Chart, Professor William Webb, Schoffner's Catalogue, Ariadne's Twine...). Being an Insight you can make it fast and free with Cryptic Grimoire or playing it in Joe Diamond's hunch deck, of course.