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Should we not be reading the possible outcome of an action before we're taking it? Thematically this would make the most sense. But since they're right there on the cards you can't always avoid it even if you try. And if you encounter a card for the second time you know them anyway. So how is it intended to be played?
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Read them. If a consequence is supposed to be a surprise it'll just tell you to draw a numbered card and the actual consequence will be on that card. (There's a note on Page 14 about this.)
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Makes sense. The note isn't specific about the timing though. It says you have to read the consequences carefully because they're important.
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You can and you should read them.
Some actions give a difficult choice because the "black consequence" is the best for you. And sometimes, failing the test is not so easy! ;)
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Yah, I could see how that note doesn't make it totally clear. Definitely supposed to read all the text you're shown though.
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