On Oct 8, 2007, at 7:58 PM, S Mattison wrote:
I wouldn't say it is incorrect. I would just say it illustrates typical gameplay.
Also, the text on each "Draw" rule seem to assume that the player has already drawn for the turn. Further, why does the player have to " immediately draw extra cards" if there was no pressing timeline in the first place? Will the text on these cards change in subsequent editions to accommodate those who prefer to Play before Draw?
I'd disagree with that. The text on the New Rule card for any Draw N card is pretty explicit. It says you must draw now to meet the Draw rule for this turn. So if you Play a Draw 5 as your first action of your turn, you need to *immediately* draw five cards before doing anything else. When a card or rule is explicit, you need to do it. When it is left open for interpretation, that's when we get corner cases like "play before draw" and "apply hand limit during my own turn." :)