I just picked up a few starters and boosters and played a few games. Then... I read over the rulebook, extensively. Its wording is very ambiguous and I'm looking for precise answers to certain ambiguities it raises. 1) What is the order of actions you can do on your turn? Is there an order of actions (Play trainer card, move, attack)? The rulebook does not explicitly state there is an order to what you can do on your turn. In its vagueness, I understood the rules to mean you could move and/or attack with all of your pokemon in any order on each of your turns. 2) "Moving back", the rulebook states that you can not move your figure back as an action. However, it said you must perform one action per turn. What consitutes moving back? If you only move one figure a turn, like most of the posts on this site seem to suggest how would you move towards your goal? 3) Trainer Cards: In the rulebook, it states that you must move the figure you used the trainer card on. However, it also said you don't have to move or attack if you used a trainer card. 4) Is there an extensive FAQ that answers a lot of these questions? I think there needs to be a rulebook that's more precise in its wording because the rules as they stand can be interpreted in a number of different ways. Without, a more extensive version of them it makes it difficult to play the game the way it was intended to be played. This confusion can cause reduced enjoyment, which seems to be unecessary. I like the figures and core mechanics of the rules (from what I understand... not much), but I just wish the rulebook laid out precise rules because, for me, I'm finding I have more questions than there are rules. Thanks.