Packrat Mar 20 @ 2:30am
Should multiple missed turns stack?
There are several things in the game that cause the player to miss their "next turn". My question is this: should these apply consecutively or concurrently? By a strict reading of the effects, one could argue that your "next turn" technically only refers to one instance, and thus you only miss one turn regardless of how many such effects you accumulate in one round unless they specifically state otherwise.

The game currently has these effects being applied consecutively. So, rolling a 3 at the crags, and then the next player encountering a storm card in the same region as you, will cause you to miss two turns. I'm not sure if this is a correct implementation of the rules.
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ososober Mar 24 @ 10:45am 
missed turns do stack, no matter what the situation, you could be passed out drunk in the tavern, then a storm blows through and then a sirens call happens, all could happen while being passed out drunk and the player logiclay would not know any difference, but the player would miss three turns not just one
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Alpro Mar 24 @ 1:17pm 
A little something i've noticed, when missing a turn, the game ignores you completely. What was supposed to be your next turn simply does not exist. When you are turned into a toad and must skip a turn, the remaining turns you have to spend as a toad do not go down, since you didn't take any.

That said, it makes sense that miss next turn effects stack. In theory however, this should mean skipping turns while under the effects of the Temporal Warp spell still lets you take 3 turns regardless...right?
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ososober Mar 24 @ 1:20pm 
so far, ive never been a toad and missed turns, however, the count down timer for toad turns should continue on even if missed a turn, (this is how it plays in the board game) temporal warp, gives you three turns before play passes, if you miss a turn, thats counts as one
Packrat Mar 24 @ 5:36pm 
Thank you for the explanation, Ososober.

Re: toads, I've also found myself toaded for 4 turns due to being forced to miss a turn while a toad.
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