Since I began to understand the rule that the Active player determines which character activates switches first, I wondered why would the Active player ever want to activate switches first? However today's Blog entry shows an example where Mushashi attacks 8-Ball. 8-Ball has his general switch which allow him to displace himself by spending . If Mushashi allows him to activate his switches first and he displaces himself so that he is no longer adjacent to Mushashi, then any that Mushashi rolls cannot be converted to because his general switch requires an adjacent target. This is a clear example of when Mushashi might want to activate his switches first. Today's blog might be the best and most important blog to elucidate important mechanics of this game. However it made me think about situations where switches can immediately impose states on characters that affect LOS and might prevent inflicting in a combat roll. I will leave it to subsequent posts to elaborate.