What is the general rule to determine the suit of the trick?

  • During the proposal part of the round, the suit of the trick is determined by the most frequent action of the cast cards; in case of a tie, the first player’s action prevails.
    • Example: there are four cards with these suits: Do, Go, Go, Use. The most frequent action is Go.
    • Another example. Use, Go, Use, Go. There is a tie, so Use prevails because it’s the first player’s action.
  • During the Influence Part of the Round, the suit of the trick is changed by the last Influence Card cast. There is no other consideration.