That makes much more sense to me too. It's reasonable that there might be a workaround for the two-player-game case, but it's not logical at all for a New Rule card to suddenly act like an Action card. And since I can't think of any good way to make Reverse Order do anything *as a New Rule* in a two-player game, I conclude that it just shouldn't do anything. There are any number of cards in Fluxx that have no effect if played in certain situations, so there's nothing wrong with Reverse Order having that property. Indeed, sometimes it's nice to be able to play a do-nothing card--that's why I still have the Borders Bonus in my deck, even though I basically never play in any situation where it might potentially be activated. ----------------------------- My point exactly. Besides, in a two-player game it's not _completely_ useless because another player can join the game while this rule is in place.