Started by MatrixGamer, July 15, 2011, 03:03:17 PM
QuoteAny player may say "NO!" to an addition, to try and supress the thought. Both the active player and the suppressor get a re-roll token to use later in the game. The active player then rolls 2d6. If they roll 5 or better they are not suppressed. If no one challenges an addition it is added without a roll.
QuotePlayers get re-roll tokens when they suppress a thought – because suppressing thoughts strengthens them. A re-roll token allows a player to re-roll a roll they've just made or make another player re-roll the roll they've just made. You can't use the re-roll token earned in a suppression to re-roll that suppression.