Questions tagged [twilight-imperium-4th-edition]

Twilight Imperium (Fourth Edition) is a game of galactic conquest in which three to six players take on the role of one of seventeen factions vying for galactic domination through military might, political maneuvering, and economic bargaining.

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Twilight Imperium’s ‘Spend resources’ Objectives

How do one score objectives that require spending resources, like ‘Erect a Monument’ (‘Spend 8 resources’) or ‘Sway the Council’ (‘Spend 8 influence’)? Do you have to spend it specifically to fulfill ...
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Can you activate a system where you have no units and not move any units?

In Twilight Imperium, when you activate a system, you don't have to move units. The rules for Movement say: The player may choose to not move any ships. This rule appears to be for the purpose of ...
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Multiple riders on the same agenda

In Twilight Imperium 4th edition, a rider is a category of action card that says: After an agenda is revealed: You cannot vote on this agenda. Predict aloud an outcome of this agenda. If ...
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PDS II space cannons of third-party players

The PDS II upgrade allows your PDS units to use their Space Cannon abilities on adjacent systems (as does the Xxcha Flagship). How does this work for third-parties involved in the combat? For the ...
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Who choses the targets of the Exotrireme II's ability in Twilight Imperium?

In Twilight Imperium 4th Edition, the Sardakk N'orr have a special version of the Dreadnaught called the Exotrireme. The upgraded version of this, the Exotrireme II has the ability: After a round ...
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Hypermetabolism in Twilight Imperium

In Twilight Imperium 4th Edition, the card Hypermetabolism reads: During the status phase, gain 2 command tokens instead of 1 You already get 2 command tokens during the status phase, and is ...
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Does the Jol-Nar promissory note allow the recipient to research faction technology unit upgrades?

The promissory note for the Jol-Nar in twilight-imperium (4th ed) reads as: After the Jol-Nar player researches a technology that is not a faction technology: Gain that technology. Then, ...