Although the rules are generally very clear, I have come up with one ambiguity. The rules state:
"If two or more players have played the same character, they take turns clockwise, starting from the player who has the First Player token."
Taking this literally, the first few times we played if someone tied with the First Player, the First Player went last. Then someone raised an obvious question: "Why call him the First Player if he doesn't go first?" So now we started playing that the First Player goes first if tied.
I don't know if it makes much difference as long as its consistent. With some characters you are definitely better off going first (i.e., Travel Agent); with others going last is best (i.e., Explorer).
So my question is does from really mean with as we are now playing, or does it mean from as in starting with the player to the left of the First Player?