If a game of PBL ROBOTS requires a player to Open the Shop (due to no cards in their Draw Deck or because of the Action Card 'Shop is Open') and there are no cards in the Shop Deck, the game is over and declared a draw. 

Reason: In the unlikely case of a game that stalls out or has no remaining relevant moves by either player and the Shop has been opened several times, without yielding relevant cards the game...

Anytime an Action is played, the player must reveal it face up on the table, and then resolves the Action. Once the Action is resolved then place the card face down in the appropriate scrap heap. 

Note: Some Action cards require a die roll, and priority may pass back and fourth before the Action itself is resolved. If priority does pass while an Action is being resolved, an additional Action may also be played...

(reflected Rulebook version 1.4 page 4 section "The Shop is Open")

The updated area has been highlight in yellow. 

"At any point in the game, if a player goes to draw a card but their are no cards in their deck, the Shop is Open! Shuffle your discard pile and give yourself a new draw deck. Then take the Shop Deck (make sure it is shuffled) which has been set aside since the draft and turn five cards face up in...

For tournament players and competitive game formats use priority.

Priority: is the chance to act.  A player who has priority has the opportunity to play an action card/ PICK ability or determine an move/attack. Priority is passed back and fourth during any given player's turn according to these triggers. Players do not need to acknowledge priority in most cases, although reasonable amount of time must be given...

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