I've had arguments on the interpretation of 2 different missions in the last week. To me the interpretation is pretty obvious but I do want to verify. I'm hoping you guys can help :)
Mission: Conquer one territory on 5 different continents. Play at the end of your turn.
Now to me I interpret this as, in one turn, you need to attack and win in 5 different continents. My opponent argued that he already owned Africa so he only needed to do so in 4 different continents. His argument was that if he owned 3 different continents, would that stop him from completing the mission? I said yes. Who's right?
Mission: Control 3 different continents. Play at the end of your turn.
I interpret this as owning 3 different continents at the end of your turn. So at the beginning of my turn if I dont own any of them, and at the end of my turn I own 3, I've fulfilled my mission. My opponent was arguing that control means you have to hold it for a turn (which is usually true) but since specifically said to play at the END of your turn, I think doing this all in one turn is fine. I also think in a game of mission risk holding on to THREE different continents for a who