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Richard Wittmer
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If an AI card says to move the turn track +2, does the "player" still get to draw player action cards for those turns?
 
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Simo Ahava
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No. Those are not Rounds in the sense that you would refresh all your spent units and draw new cards. It's the Mission Track, which acts as a sort of a timer for the game. Similarly when you do start a new round after both AI and you have passed, you do not advance the Mission Track. You only advance it when the AI deck tells you to.
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Trevor Wilson
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Think of the Mission Track as an Event Track. It only advances when an AI card shows the icon to move it forward one or more spaces, and you only complete the event mentioned in the last space you move on to each time.
It is not a Round / Turn counter, that job is catered for by the player and AI cards when both sides "pass" consecutively.
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Dr. Urza, PhD of Dungeon Crawl
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The Wrong One wrote:
Think of the Mission Track as an Event Track. It only advances when an AI card shows the icon to move it forward one or more spaces, and you only complete the event mentioned in the last space you move on to each time.
It is not a Round / Turn counter, that job is catered for by the player and AI cards when both sides "pass" consecutively.

It's important to note that yellow events do take place, even when you jump over that space. Typically, these are scoring events, or wagon/truck movement.
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