The rules say that special effects are resolved starting with the current player and in turn clockwise. Can I resolve all of my multiple special effects when it is my turn, or do I only resolve 1, then give the next player a chance to, etc. Also, if I know a player after me has 2 effects, can I wait until he does both and then resolve mine (essentially passing then choosing to resolve)?
Edit: here are snippets of the rules:
When a base has been chosen to score, each player first gets to use any Special abilities that happen “before” the base scores.
I've come to notice the distinction between "special abilities" such as certain actions and minions that can come into play as a base passes its breaking point (but isn't considered having been "scored"). The rules below apply to these cards:
If more than one player wants to use a Special ability, start with the current player and go around the table clockwise until all players pass in sequence (if you pass and another player uses a Special, you can then still choose to use a Special of your own). If your Special allows you to play extra cards, you must play those immediately or not at all.
There are then effects having to do with cards already in play that occur "after" the base scores, as described shortly after:
After scoring, players can use Special abilities that happen “after” a base scores.
After noting this, I'd like to clarify my question to specifically refer to these separate sets of phases, "before" and "after", and ask what people feel is the ruling on whether, starting with the player whose turn it is, they can play more than one card (or in the case of "after the base scores", resolve more than one card's "after the base scores" effect), or whether they must pick one at a time and wait until everyone else has had a chance to do so or pass before taking the second opportunity.
I lean toward one at a time if for no other reason than it seems like an interesting tactical consideration in itself.