- When another player plays an Attack card, you may reveal this from your hand. If you do, you are unaffected by that Attack.
- An Attack card is one that says "Attack" on the bottom
line (usually, "Action - Attack"). When someone else plays an
Attack card, you may reveal the Moat by showing it from your
hand to the other players and then returning it to your hand
(before the Attack card resolves). You are then unaffected by that
Attack card. You won't gain a Curse because of a Witch or reveal
a card to a Spy, and so on. It's just like you aren't in the game for
purposes of resolving that Attack. Moat doesn't stop anything
an Attack does to other players or to the player of the Attack; for
example, if everyone else Moats a Witch, the person who played
it still gets to draw 2 cards. Moat can also be played on your
turn as an Action to draw 2 cards.