I'm confused about the "flow" of the action markers (the phrasing "up to 5" confuses me). The manual says:
Each turn consists of up to 5 separate actions. Players should use the 5 provided action markers to keep track of their own actions or those of their opponent. For every action taken, slide one action marker
to the middle of the table.
If a player ends their turn with 2 or more action markers remaining, they gain 1 gold as a reward.
So if player A spends only 3 actions and chooses to keep his remaining 2 actions (for the purposes of gaining bonus gold):
1) does the player B start his next turn with only 3 markers (those passed by player A?)
2) or do players always start every turn with 5 markers at their disposal and the phrasing "up to 5" simply means that they can always choose to do less than 5 actions?
Hope this makes sense .