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The game is played over 4 (4 players), 5 (3 players), or 6 (1 and 2 player) rounds. At the start of the first 4 rounds, each player gets 1 bonus, as shown on the round tracker on the score sheet (players choose 1 of the 2 options in round 4).
Attention: If a player decides in the 1st or 2nd roll to take high dice, it may happen that there are no dice left for a reroll. If this happens, the player simply performs fewer than 3 rolls.
Only after the active player has placed 3 dice on their game board or can no longer reroll because all remaining dice are on the silver platter do the other players get a turn.
If a passive player can't use any die from the silver platter, they may use one die from the active player's pad. It is not possible to voluntarily refuse a die from the silver platter to do this.
If the active player can't use any of the dice from a given roll, they simply cannot put a die on their sheet for that roll. This still takes one of their maximum of 3 rolls
You simply cross out the value of the chosen die in this area. Although each value appears twice, you may only cross out 1 block per chosen die. Spaces can be marked off in any order. Once a column is filled, the player circles the starred number at the bottom of the column. These spaces can be completed in any order.
If a player chooses a blue die, they add the current value of the white die to it to determine the combined value (no matter where the white die is). The same applies in reverse. If the player uses the white die as a wild blue, they add the current value of the blue die to the white die to come up with a total. If the active player chooses the blue die on 1 turn and the white die on another turn, they could potentially mark 2 blue fields on the same turn. These spaces can be completed in any order.
At the end of the game, players count how many marks they have made in the blue area. The point scale at the top of the area indicates how many points they get for the section.
Players must start at the leftmost space and proceed to the right, not skipping any spaces. For each space, players must meet the minimum required value in order to be eligible to mark the next space.
The white number in the star above the last selected field indicates the number of points scored for this section at the end of the game.
Players must start at the leftmost space and proceed to the right, not skipping any spaces. There are no restrictions here, but some spaces have multipliers. Here, the player multiplies the die value times the multiplier and records that number.
At the end of the game, players score the sum of all recorded number from the orange row.
Players must start at the leftmost space and proceed to the right, not skipping any spaces. For each space, the number entered must be higher than the previous number. There is an exception! After a player enters a 6, any number may come next.
At the end of the game, players score the sum of all recorded number from the purple row.
Players can earn bonuses, which are listed at the end of the rows or columns, or directly below certain fields.
The 2 action bars can be unlocked during the game. Unlike bonuses, actions can either be used immediately after they've been unlocked or can be saved for a later turn.
When a player unlocks an action, they should circle the next space in the corresponding row. After they use the action, they should cross out the 1st available circled space. Players can perform as many actions as they wish on a given turn.
The game ends after the last active player has finished their last turn in the last round and after the passive players have all taken their actions for this turn.
A player will then record the scores for each player in each colored area. Earned foxes will be scored for each player. A player's foxes are each worth that player's lowest scoring area.
Points are summed, and the player with the highest total wins. If there is a tie, the player with the highest score in an individual area breaks the tie. If no winner can still be determined, the victory is shared.
Jay Deiman (BGG user nyfilmfest for original translation content)