There’s a strange interaction with this card. When it allows controller to assume control of a target opposing ally, it also allows the controller to control the attachments. The card description says “target opposing ally” not “target opposing ally and its attachments”. I also do not agree with this interaction because it is not justified by the cost. Players spend ample amount of resources, cards and several turns to build allies on the board. It hardly seems fair to allow an opponent to take, not just the ally (of any cost) and assume permanent command of it, but to also hijack all of the cards attached to it in one turn at only 4 cost as if they built it themselves in just one move. Please consider revising this card or fixing its mechanic to better correspond to its description.