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Subject: Less Then Five Cards After Playing On Someone's Chain rss

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Chuck Richards
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Hi everyone,

I have started to play NightFall and have a question.

I have five cards in my hand and it is not my turn. After the person's whos turn it is plays and I play on his chain that leaves me with less then five cards. Do I draw until I have five cards even though it is not my turn or do I just keep playing with less then five cards until the cleanup phase of my turn?
 
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Oliver Graf
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From the Rules:

The Cleanup Phase
The last thing you do on your turn is draw cards. If you have fewer than 5 cards in your hand, you must draw cards from your deck until you have 5 cards in your hand.


i.e. you don't draw cards in other players turns, except you have some chain effect allowing you to do this.
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David Gregg
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Oliver is correct. You only draw at the end of your own turn. This means you have to choose between playing on someone else's turn and playing on your own.
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Chuck Richards
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Then I have been playing correctly. So far this is the most strategic deck building game I have played. ninja A fresh change from the rest.

So far I have only played 2 player games but I think this is really made for 3 or more by how a 2 player games plays. Will try a 3 or 4 player today.

I thank you both for your replies.
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s3rvant wrote:
You only draw at the end of your own turn. This means you have to choose between playing on someone else's turn and playing on your own.

This is by far my favorite mechanic in the game, and might be my favorite mechanic of any deck building game I've played. It adds so much strategy to your decisions.
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