Rules: Choosing Actions
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A round consists of two parts. First, all players choose
actions. Then, the actions are performed one by one.
The actions are shown on the action board. Each player has to
choose a minimum of two actions each round. The maximum number of
actions he or she can choose is limited only by the number of action
stones he or she has remaining.
The starting player starts. He places one of his action
stones on one of the seven actions. Then the next player, in
clockwise order, places one action stone. Play proceeds this way until
everyone has chosen at least two actions.
The actions buying a bus, clock and starting
player can only be chosen by one player each turn. No player can
put an action stone on such an action once it has been chosen by
The other actions may be chosen by multiple players. The first
player to choose such an action puts her stone on the square marked
a, the second puts his stone on the square marked b,
etcetera. One player may choose the same action more than once in the
If a player has already placed two actions when it is his turn to
play, he may pass. This means he cannot place any more action stones
in that round. Players keep on choosing actions until all players have
passed. There is no maximum to the number of action stones that a
player may use in one round, but if a player has no more action
stones, he or she is out of the game.