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Andy Szymas
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For example, Warlord's triskel effect lets you add a clan and then choose who takes the next maneuver.

If there are three players (You, Billy, Bobby): You take your maneuver. Billy takes his maneuver. You play Warlord and choose yourself to take the next maneuver. At this point, does it keep going in normal turn order - so Billy is next - or does it go back to the original cycle - so Bobby is next?

(In other parlance: is it a skip or is an out-of-order extra turn?)
 
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It keeps going in normal order, so it's a skip.

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Can you play Warlord after your own maneuver in order to take two maneuvers in a row?

We played this way in a 2-player game, but I'm now less sure it's correct.
 
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Kektek wrote:
Can you play Warlord after your own maneuver in order to take two maneuvers in a row?

We played this way in a 2-player game, but I'm now less sure it's correct.


Oh yeah, absolutely. That's it's main use.
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Or better yet, Attack, play Warlord, add a clan, take next manoeuvre and ask: "you want to end the clash now or you want a fresh one?"


A good Warlord wins in battle. A great warlord wins without fighting.
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