I have a question regarding the emphasized part of the following rule.
The Rules wrote:
Each player can choose to stop playing before the end of the game. The first player to stop will have a no-claims bonus of +6 at the end of the game; the second, +3, the third, +1 and the last will receive no bonus (but will be able to finish quietly by playing all the pawns which remain in her hand).
So the last player to stop playing is allowed to play out the rest of the tiles in their hand, but do they still draw new tiles for each one placed as per normal? That would seem to even out part of the abandonment bonus and make for a harder choice of whether to quit or keep playing, which is something I like personally.
But by "play all the tiles" I understand play them normally. The normal consequences of play should apply: you can kill a wolf, or add a wolf close to another player's terrain, or draw tiles if there are still left...
Otherwise they should have stated explicitly the things you cannot do on your last turns?