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In a two-player game, someone who plays a skip card would get to play another card, but I would say that other card is played by the "same" player, rather than the "next" player. I thus think the intention of the rules is that a player whose penultimate card has touched the pile should be eligible to be caught out until the next action by some other player;...


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You cannot play a "Wild Card" and say "Red, draw 2" because you are only allowed to pick a colour (and not a specific card of that colour) to change the top of the discard pile to. From the rules (pdf) on Mattel's website: Wild Card - When you play this card, you may change the color being played to any color (including the current color) to continue ...


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Player 1 hasn't won yet at all. They broke the rules. Uno says when it's your turn, you play a card. Then it's the next player's turn. That player might have to do something with their turn (like draw cards) but if they have a draw 2 in their hand, they have an opportunity to respond instead. Player 1 says [...] they are not obligated to give you time to ...


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No Keep in mind Silver-Bordered games always require some play-group-specific interpretation of the rules. That being said, Gleemax changes who selects the targets, but it does not change anything about the legality of choosing targets. Player B selecting a creature they control for player A's ability that must target 'a creature you control' is illegal ...


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I'm going to revive this with a cheap solution we've come up with. We've found with all the expansions, there aren't enough bunnies or choose a carrot cards to keep the game moving - and some of the weapons and red run cards are way too powerful for the limited amount of bunnies each player has, essentially wiping the slate each time they come into play. ...


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