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  1. Who is the "active player"? The OP doc refers to them, but the rules only talk about an active model, never an active player. The reference to the end of activation implies that the player whose model is activated is the active player, however text later in the doc implies that the active player is the controller of the active model (which isn't the same as the activating model for out-of-sequence actions). Which is it? "The active Player MUST have their clock running at all points, except where noted below. Once they have completed the current activation they must ‘flip’ the clock over to the opponent’s timer. The clock may be paused at the Players’ discretion to resolve rules queries. Excessive pausing of the clock will be considered time wasting by the judges and may be penalised."
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