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Good answers have been provided for your last three questions, but I feel there's more to be said about your first question. There's no rule on where you place your cards, but there are certainly reasons to keep the card in front of you instead of stacking it at the center of the table. If your character has an extra action in another character's turn ...


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It doesn't matter, you are revealing the card to let everyone know it is now your turn. I wouldn't say that the assassinated character plays stupid they just don't get a turn. And at the end of the round you know who everyone is so there is no reason whatsoever to try and hide it. No you can't skip your turn your turn to avoid the negative effects of ...


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The rules explicitly state [italics mine]: When the name of your character card is called, you must reveal your character card, place it face up in front of you, and take your turn. If your character has been assassinated, you say nothing and do not acknowledge that you have been assassinated in any way. It will be obvious by the round's end, however, ...


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Page 8 of the rulebook says (regarding 2-3 player games): The game is played normally, except that each player will have two turns during each round (one turn for each character). Players do not have to separate their gold or their districts between their characters, as they still only have one city. Page 7 of the rulebook says (regarding Game ...



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