Tactics cards are played back and forth, poker style, in response to one another, and can affect one another (e.g. No!), until both players pass completely, and move on to dice roll/next step. Switches are played completely by one player first, and then by the other player. Within this order, switches played by the first player can affect if/how switches can be played by the second player. For Actions though...once the requirements for an action have been checked as being successfully fulfilled, and the action has been declared, the action's effects necessarily will be carried out to its resolution, regardless of any effects from Switches that might change the game state from when the Action was initially declared. Does this cover these three ideas well enough? As a new player, looking between multiple blogs, FAQs, and a rulebook/reference in the game box that doesn't match the present state of the game rules, I just want a one-stop post to which I can refer in the future when other new players debate these points. Will these statements I've made work for that? Thanks for your help.