On your turn:

Play Action cards by placing them in the Discard and following the instructions on the card. There is no limit to the amount of Action cards played per turn.

Players can also trade with the Field once per turn. 

The Field is made of 3 face-up cards in the middle of the table that are laid out at the start of the game. The Field will constantly change as players interact with it by using Action cards and trading.

Playing Actions and trading does not have to occur in any specific order. When there's nothing more you'd like to do, draw a card to end your turn. 

On each turn, the player will have a wide variety of choices to make: What Actions to use and what order to use them in, when to trade with the Field, which Sheep to collect, and which opponent to target. It's the many choices that players must make each turn that gives them control over their own game, rather than just leaving it to the luck of the draw. Using your cards wisely will mean the difference between last place and victory. And don't forget to keep an eye on what sheep your opponents are after! 

Sheep in Disguise was designed to be a neck-and-neck battle to the end, so never get discouraged if you fall behind. Just one good turn is all it takes to flip the whole game on its head.

How about a quick game?   

Here's a quick playthrough in case you want a more in-depth look at how the game works! This playthrough showcases the original game with no expansions. We chose a game that ran relatively quickly and sped it up here and there for easy digestion. We hope you enjoy it!