Kevin L. Kitchens
I thought that double actions could be done one at a time or as a double action in one turn.
Starting with the First Player, and continuing clockwise, each player performs one Action at a time. You can perform any of the following Actions.
• Build a Location
• Make a Deal
• Raze a Location
• Use an Action from a card
• Use an Action from your Faction board
• Use another player’s Open Production Location
• Take or play a Connection card
Once you pass in the Action Phase, you may not perform any other Actions in the current round.
Also, their Locations are immune from other players attempting to Raze them, or otherwise interact with them. For example, no one can Raze your Location or use your Open Production Locations with you when you pass.
There is no other limit to the number, type, or order of Actions that you can take during the entire Action Phase, as long as you take them one at a time and have any required Goods.
The Action Phase continues until all players have passed.
Your Faction board also provides some Actions. This is stuff you can do even if you don’t have any Locations. As with Actions on cards - you can only do this stuff once per round unless the text says otherwise.
Texas just lets you do one of your actions twice in the ROUND, not in the same turn.
There is this text which might have caused the confusion:
You can only use an Action on a card once per round unless the text says otherwise. If it can be used more than once, you can choose to activate it all at once or on different turns. If any decisions are involved in the Action you can choose differently each time, even if you did them all at once.
But that's in the locations section, not re: action selections.
Also see this: