One player rolls a die to decide how many actions the players will be able to describe. The number of actions is divided equally between the number of players, odd numbers discarded, and each player writes down an equal number of actions to be performed.
Actions are numbered and an appropriate die is chosen.
Players take turns to role the die.
The first role determines a number of times the action will occur for the player.
The second role determines which action will occur to the player.
Each action is unique. As each action occurs it is discarded and duplicate die roles must be played again.
Paintings by Sarah Datblygu.