Last post by bigredtek - 17 February 2024, 01:43:04 PM
I no longer have access to any cards above base game, and I see on the automatch page the phrase "you don't have a subscription". I've been subscribing to Core since last October...can an admin please assist?
Last post by Ingix - 14 February 2024, 08:52:50 AM
I guess it was deliberate, some players try this on unsuspecting opponents. When an opponent asks for an undo, always check where they want to undo to. This is indicated in the log to your right by a yellow border. In the benign example below, it means they want to undo buying the Inn.
Normally players want to undo 1 or 2 steps, sometimes to the end of their turn (you can also see the number steps they want to undo in box that asks you to grant or deny the undo). If it's for many more steps (like 20+), and you can't see in the log where it would lead to, deny the undo or ask them in chat what they want to do.
Last post by Ingix - 10 February 2024, 08:56:16 PM
You can change the ratio that the game log and game chat have on the right hand side by dragging the dividing line up or down (not sure if/how that works on mobile). That includes hiding the whole chat.
If the undo happens when your opponent has to do something (like they played a card but want to undo it), you can simply ignore it. If you have to do something (e.g. they forgot to buy something and ended their turn and want to undo to that point while you decide what cards to play in your turn) you have to respond at some time :-(
Last post by Ingix - 10 February 2024, 09:36:22 AM
Thanks for the screenshot, but in that situation that is what is supposed to happen.
QuoteYou may set aside (on this) a non-Duration non-Command Action card **from your hand** costing up to $4. At the start of each of your turns, play that card, leaving it set aside.
When you played Prince, you only had Treasure cards left in your hand (Silver, 2x Gold), so you could not set aside an Action card at all (let alone a non-Duration non-Command Action card costing up to $4). In this turn, you drew the Prince late, with only a Haggler in hand at that time, and since it costs $5, you also couldn't have played it with Prince. So on this turn, Prince couldn't do you any good, if you played it or not.