A wolf and a penguin could never live together, nor could a camel and a hippopotamus. That would be absurd.
And the older you get, the fewer things you really love. And by the time you get to my age, maybe it's only one or two things. With me, I think it's one.
Is the following assumption right: If the last player, which has not yet passed, does his one more allowed action, and this is NOT passing, then phase 1 of a game round ends with all players EXCEPT the one who made the last action, with one cube in the passing box?
Or with different words: If the very last remaining player does not explicitely choose passing as very last action of a game round, he ends the round with none of his cubes in the passing box, right?
Yes, that is correct according to the rules.