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...

 

Priority is an important function in PBL ROBOTS to determine when you can play actions on another player's turn. During a player's turn they are considered the 'active player' and have priority for the majority of the turn, but any opponent gets passed priority after any changed game state, including after declaration to attack and after declaration to draw a card at the end of the turn (a declaration is whe...

Yes. When an opponent is about to draw their card for the end of the turn, say: "Before you draw your card I am going to play an Action called __________" and perform the Action. A player must always give their opponent a chance to play an action card before the end of the turn, this is called Priority. If a player draws a card before their opponent gets the chance to declare their action card then the player...

 

 

 

No. In PBL ROBOTS Action cards resolve as soon as they are played. If another player plays an Action, they must wait to do so once the first Action is resolved. 

 

Distraction Teddy: When player Scott is down to 2 cards (Advice from Doc and Malfunction) and Distraction Teddy is played by Scott's oppoent, Scott may not respond by playing his actions from his turn, he must discard those two cards. If Scott had...

Please reload

Featured Posts

How to use the FAQs

May 2, 2014

1/1
Please reload

Recent Posts
Please reload

Archive
Please reload

Search By Tags
Please reload

Follow Us
  • Facebook Basic Square
  • Twitter Basic Square