This can be a confusing card!
It's originally played as a traditional face-down troublemaker.
On the following turn it turns face-up and blocks the problem. (With a power of 5 and a scoring bonus of 2 points if it is defeated in a troublemaker faceoff).
However, its owner also has the choice, during their Main Phase, to pay 4 Action Tokens to dismiss an opponent's Friend. Then this card (a troublemaker) move to the opponent's Home. (No, it does not count towards their Home Limit as it is still a Troublemaker). Now the opponent gains control of Princess Mi Amore Candenze.
But this is where it can become somewhat confusing.
What exactly does this mean, gains control of a troublemaker at Home?!
Basically you have three choices.
- Do nothing, let Princess Mi Amore Candenze at Home.
- Pay 4 and active this card's ability (dismissing their opponent's Friend and then this card changes hands again!), or
- Pay 1 and play as a traditional troublemaker (being played face-down onto a Problem)*.