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The card text of "Hidden Ninja" says:

Special: Before a base scores, play a minion there.

Chronomage says:

You may play an extra action this turn.

Do I have the possiblity to play an arbitrary action after that?

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In the "Void Where Prohibited" section of the rules it says "If you get to play extra minions or actions while a base is being scored, you must play those extra cards immediately or not at all" which means that you DO get to play the extra card from the Chronomage, but only if you play it immediately. You can't wait to see if other cards get played first.

While it may seem weird to be able to play actions during other people's turns, this ruling has been confirmed by an AEG rep here.

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No, you cannot, at least not with the Chronomage. The card says "an extra action", but you didn't get any actions this turn (especially considering it wasn't yours).

Had it been your turn, however, and playing one of your minions would have caused that base to score, then the answer is yes.

I'm unaware if any expansions have added exceptions to this.

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  • That makes no sense either. Say you played Chronomage normally. Would you be able to play an (non-Special) action after checking if bases score? No. And nothing's different here. – ikegami May 13 '14 at 3:04
  • The only rule changes in the expansions is the addition of Talents and Madness cards. There might be more, but nothing related to this. – ikegami May 13 '14 at 3:07
  • You keep saying "after bases score". All of this is before the base scores, due to the Hidden Ninja. – generalcrispy May 13 '14 at 12:10
  • I actually said "after checking if bases score". Turn steps: 1. Start of turn abilities, 2. Play minions and actions, 3. Score bases (a. Check for scoring, b. "Before base scores", c. Score bases), 4. Draw 2 cards, 5. End of turn. – ikegami May 13 '14 at 12:37

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