Read the cards:
"You may only user one Time Machine action per turn" is written on
each Time Machine.
Non-Time-Machine gadgets don't really have "actions" at all anyway.
Although I do see some room for interpretation on that matter, there
is no parallel statement about the number of non-time-machine actions
you may use per turn either on the individual cards or in the rules
for Gadgets in general.
On Jan 14, 2006, at 11:09 AM, Jonathan Cogan wrote:
I've sort of wondered...
If I use the temporal shield to protect from something, does that
count as a use of a gadget?
Now, what if I am the one who played the card that the shield is
protecting me from - does that count as a use of a gadget on my turn?
If I use my very clean time machine to draw from the discard and
then play a card that temporal shield protects me from, does it no
longer protect me that turn?