Now, you might be thinking that while it’s nice to steal some Æmber, letting your opponent draw those cards is giving them a little too much. That might be true in some situations, but imagine following up Closed-Door Negotiation by playing Talent Scout. That card reads:
“Talent Scout may be used as if it belonged to the active house.
Play: Look at your opponent’s hand and play a creature from it as if it were yours. Your opponent takes control of Talent Scout.”
It’s a good thing you let your opponent draw those cards, because now you have more to look at when resolving Talent Scout! You get to play your opponent’s best creature as if it were yours, and in exchange, they get a 2-power creature. Oh, and don’t forget you get the bonus Æmber from playing Talent Scout.