So, some further questions and statements about this.
If, e.g., I encounter the Talosian
s, I hold that -- even if
have to make the choice of most skilled male or 2 females -- opponent gets to verify whether I did my math correctly on who's a female or a male. And thus, i.e., can ask me to verify that by showing (the genders of) my whole away team
I have seen, over the past months, that people are far more protective of the content of their mission attemptors, than they should be.
In fact, I believe there are many dilemmas which target something verifiable
-- and that means the opponent may
verify by seeing part of, but often even the whole
team. I gladly make use of that "right", myself, to refresh my memory -- which is bad enough to begin with and furthermore strained to its limits by this game. It is not a question of distrust, in other words. I like verifying, to have a slightly better overview of the game. (And let's face it; we all make mistakes and overlook things, sometimes.)
This also means that Male's Love Interest will give me, as opponent, a right and chance to verify the whole away team
And in Lackey, that means the whole away team, luckily for me. (Because you can't -- and we don't -- shield parts of the card, during online play.)
This is not distrust, nor should it be frowned upon.
So, why not Reveal All Cards To Opponent on those attempting crew zones a bit
more often, everybody?
And if I ask for it because I'm within my rights, don't make me feel like I'm afraid you're cheating?
I just want to make use of the mechanic to jog my memory.
This largely isn't a memory game, after all. (Dilemmas that go back under are a different matter in that regard; and how many leaders opponent's armada has, too.)
Relevant sections in the Rulebook
Feel free to tell me where I erred, if I did. Also feel free to agree or corroborate.