Asmadi Games | Innovation: Third Edition | Strategic Card Game | Ages 14+ | 2-4 Players | 45-60 Minutes Playing Time
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For the 3rd Edition, we're back to Asmadi's norm, but there have been some improvements on the graphic design and look over the original.
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If you could not ignore [X], you must then execute the full "if you do" [Y] effect, or as much as possible. Draw and meld a 6" means you draw from the age 6 supply pile (or age 7 if age 6 is empty, and so on), and then meld that card.
During a Dogma action, before executing the dogma effects of the top card, a check is made for any visible echo effects in that color's stack, including on the top card itself. If that color of your cards is already splayed, the new card continues that splay in the same direction.
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Each location will show one icon, and exactly one location on each card will have a black hexagon icon with an image related to the card. The "Legend", "Repute", and "Fame" Special Achievements can be triggered by any meld effects, not just Meld Actions. Asmadi has always stood on the foundation of being pretty basic with their graphic design and artwork.If any of your opponents shared any of the non-demand effects, and their doing so changed the game state in any way, then after all the effects have been resolved, you must take a free Draw action, with your now-current highest top card (which may be different than what it was before the Dogma action) determining the supply pile you draw from. Revealed cards are considered to be in your hand for effects that care about whether cards are in your hand.
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