Actions

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Full Round Action

A Full Round Action is typically an action that takes place on your turn. This also sacrifices all remaining actions in the round and often offers a bonus based on the number of actions sacrificed.

Standard Action

A Standard Action is typically an action that takes place on your turn and uses only one action.

(Example: Punching Someone)

Instant Action

An Instant Action is typically an action which can be performed AT ANY TIME even when it is not your turn. Using an Instant Action does cost you a Standard Action which is typically taken from the bottom of your pile (your last available action)

(Example: Most Defense attempts)

Free Action

A Free Action is typically an action which can be performed AT ANY TIME like an Instant Action. The difference between an Instant Action and a Free Action is that it does not require the expenditure of one of your actions for the round.

(Example: Talking)