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Subject: Advancing a card. What? rss

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Maarten D. de Jong
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It means what it means: moving a card forward. You have a set of 4 (sometimes 5, sometimes less) lying in front of you in a neat row; you move one card forward / advance one card by about half a card length to indicate that that is the card you want to use as support in resolving an equality.

In my opinion, the rules really aren't bad---and English isn't even my native tongue. They could use a few minor elaborations in a handful of cases (f.e., what do to when there are no more blocks to place and you play a card with 3 of 'em on it; or making the 'nested if-clauses' in case of equalities in elections less confusing), but other than that they get the job done without too much hassle.
 
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Doug Palmer
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we read it and played it as "advancing a card" = "sacrificing/using a card". If the card is advanced, it is used/tapped/sacrificed/exhausted, etc..
 
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