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SE is Clerical Tornados. The SW Star Trek Star Roamers (first deck is homemade) has taken control of SE's Twister.

Birthday Party says that if you do not have a minion here, you cannot play minions on another base. Does SE have a minion on the Birthday Party?
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Players:
West: Steampunk Astronights
South: Ignoble Bears
East: Shapeshifter Changerbots or something--who cares?

Per the rules:
(0) The Annoying Alien is owned by West and controlled by South.

House interpretation:
(1) "your", "another player's" refers to ownership.

Therefore:
(2) West CAN move Annoying Alien via Zeppelin, because he is the owner.
(3) West CANNOT move Aunt of Drakes or Foot of the King via Zeppelin because they are not his minions. This holds true even if he is given control of these minions.

Question: If West moves the Annoying Alien from NW Base to SE Base, does the Cub Scout there (owned by South; controlled by West) destroy the Annoying Alien?

a. Yes, the Cub Scout is owned by South, and as far it is concerned, "another player's minion" means owned by someone other than South.
b. No, the Cub Scout is owned by South, but the ability is owned by the West, and as far it is concerned, "another player's minion" means owned by someone other than West.

Initially I said a, but now I think b.


Bases in Question:
NW Base: Ninja Dojo
SE Base: No-Moon

Cards in question:

Cub Scout
* Power: 3
* Deck: Bear Calvary
* Ability: Ongoing: After another player's minion moves here, if it has less power than this minion, destroy it.

Annoying Alien
* Power: 2
* Deck: Astronights

Zeppelin:
* Ability: Talent: Move one of your minions from another base to here, or from here to another base.
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