Alan Anderson <aranders@xxxxxxxxxx> typed something resembling:
On Jul 1, 2009, at 10:21 AM, Bryan Stout wrote:
- On every other turn, roll 2 dice, and use one roll for one of your
pieces, the other one for a piece belonging to another player.
I assume you're supposed to roll a single die on the alternate turns
and just move one of your pieces as described for the first turn.
Though that's not explicitly stated, I think it's a reasonable
interpretation. The other possible option, skipping alternate
turns, would have everyone skip a turn at the same time, which would
have the same effect as nobody skipping a turn. :)
I read it that way at first, too, but I think he meant "other" as in
"not first" as opposed to "alternating". So on your first turn, you
roll one die and move your own piece. On every turn after that, you
roll two dice and use one for you and one for another player.
A request for clarification from Bryan, because I've played too many
games with different colored dice: do you roll the two dice and then
choose which roll applies to you and which to an opponent, or do you
have to designate beforehand (white die for me, red die for them)?