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The active player draws cards from the top of their deck until they have six cards in their hand. After a player completes this step, their turn ends.
 
The active player draws cards from the top of their deck until they have six cards in their hand. After a player completes this step, their turn ends.
 
* If the active player has more than six cards in hand, they do not discard down to six.
 
* If the active player has more than six cards in hand, they do not discard down to six.
* If a player needs to draw cards (during this step or at any other time) and cannot because their deck is empty, that player shuffles their discard pile to reset their deck, and then continues to draw.
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* If a player needs to draw cards (during this step or at any other time) and cannot because their deck is empty, that player shuffles their discard pile to reset their deck, and then continues to draw. (cards are
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drawn one at a time).
 
* When a player’s turn ends, if that player has enough Æmber in their pool to afford a key, the player announces “Check!” so that their opponent knows the forging of a key at the start of that player’s next turn is imminent.
 
* When a player’s turn ends, if that player has enough Æmber in their pool to afford a key, the player announces “Check!” so that their opponent knows the forging of a key at the start of that player’s next turn is imminent.

Revision as of 20:15, 4 September 2019

The active player draws cards from the top of their deck until they have six cards in their hand. After a player completes this step, their turn ends.

  • If the active player has more than six cards in hand, they do not discard down to six.
  • If a player needs to draw cards (during this step or at any other time) and cannot because their deck is empty, that player shuffles their discard pile to reset their deck, and then continues to draw. (cards are

drawn one at a time).

  • When a player’s turn ends, if that player has enough Æmber in their pool to afford a key, the player announces “Check!” so that their opponent knows the forging of a key at the start of that player’s next turn is imminent.