One of Command deck cards states something like "Action phase: before your opponent takes an action immediately do bla-bla-bla". When exaclty can I resolve it - before or after the opponent declares his action?
Posted 29 January 2012 - 09:15 PM
The way we play, is we anounce what action we are about to take and then if that deck is in play the card can be played as it is still before that action has happend
Posted 12 February 2012 - 07:42 PM
Yet another question about using strategy cards.
Let I have 4 units and my opponent has 10. It is two actions per turn. All of my units have been activated, and I have an opportunity to use stratehy cards after every two opponent's actions. But am I allowed to use an strategy card, which removes an activation token from my squad and take an action with this squad after my opponent has finished his action turn?
Posted 13 February 2012 - 01:15 PM
I think I understand what you are saying,
if all your units are activated and your opponent has just taken 2 actions, you can play that card (i think it's "all or nothing" that u describe)
but you have to take 2 actions so you would have to take an action with the unit that you just removed the token from. you can't take 1 action and then pass as this means your action phase is finished and you can no longer take anymore actions that round.
Also if all your units where activated last turn and it is your turn again, you have to do 2 actions or else you have to say your action phase is over and then your opponent can take all his actions. So you can't say im not taking any actions then have your opponent take 2 then you say you are going to use a card , as soon as you say you are not taking any actions your round ends and you can't play anything else that round (apart from any units in op fire)
Posted 13 February 2012 - 08:00 PM
Thanks a lot.