adam wrote:In the example of play, it was shadowcat's turn, but the watcher interrupted it and chose that instead it was the shield agents' turn. When their turn ended, the watcher, being the one who controls them, had to chose who had to go next, and he chose black widow.
But that seems illegal to me. I mean that after the Watcher paid a doom die from the doom pool to interrupt the turn of Shadowcat, and shield agents went, the turn should have reverted to Shadowcat, or else the Watcher should have paid *another* doom die from the doom pool to interrupt Shadowcat *yet again*.
That is, the turn interruption is not meant to be "The Watcher get to interrupt and choose who goes next" but "The Watcher interrupts and then the turn order reverts to the person that was going to go before the interruption, in this case, Shadowcat". And so the example of play seems to be violating the rules.