I won't copy paste it all since it would take a lot of place but my questions are about the Action Sequence Exemple in page 183+ of the Core Book.
The Villain has five Raises.
At Raise #6, a character put pressure on the Villain, the GM describes the Villain reaction as: 'She gives you the evil eye and
draws her pistol, calling on a few of her Brutes to help her out.'
Since the Villain is doing an actual action (calling Brutes to her help) I would consider that an Action but this does not seems to be the case because at Raise #5 she gets to do an Action again. Do this makes sense?
Also: About the villain's Action at Raise #5, the GM describes the actions as: 'She’ll spend her Raise and level her pistol at the mouthy Vesten.... She spends a Raise and pulls the trigger. Brand, you take 1 Wound, and 1 Dramatic Wound from being shot.'
So, that would mean that the Villain burned TWO Raises, 1 to fire the gun (the Action itself) and 1 Raise to add the 'regular' wound. She should be therefore down to 3 Raises.
But, in the exemple, when they reaches Raise #4 the Villain gets an action again (playing first since she's the Villain).
Am I missing something here or did they just skip on proofreading?
Thank you again for any imput from you wise ones.