Frequently Asked Questions

If you've got a question about how to play Attack The Pack, if you have a particular scenario you're unsure of please check this FAQ. If your question is still unanswered email us at faq@attackthepack.com

What are your last order days before the Holidays?

We use the Royal Mail as our delivery provider (we're weird like that). We will post orders on the last day of delivery according to the Royal Mail's guidance which means:

  • Africa, Asia, Caribbean, Central and South America, Far and Middle East, 9th December 
  • Canda, Cyprus, Malta 10th December
  • Eastern Europe (except Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia) 11th December
  • Czech Republic, Finland, Italy, Poland, Sweden, USA 14th December
  • Austria, Denmark, Germany, Iceland, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland, 16th December
  • Belgium, France, Ireland, Luxembourg 18th December 
  • UK, 20th December

please ensure your order is made 24 hours beforehand to ensure delivery.

Why haven't I received my order?

We fulfil our orders by hand using the Royal Mail from the UK. This means it can take up to seven working days for your order to reach you in locations such as Australia and the USA. You will receive an email notification once your order is shipped. If you have not received your order after a further seven working days please get in touch with us at hello@attackthepack.com. 

If I can’t play a card immediately after a Race radio what should I do?

You should show everyone the card and place it in your hand.

Can I use panache to 'block' a puncture or empty bottle?

Yes, if doing so as a Reaction. If the rider already has Panache then an opponent cannot play a puncture of empty bottle on that rider. 

Can I play an ‘energy gel’ to refresh/un-tap a rider to defend or follow an attack?


Can I launch an attack in the final kilometre to win the sprint?

No, you've run out of cards in the deck. There's no more road! 

Can I wind down the gap or bridge the gap to the Peloton during the Final Kilometre?

Yes. But if the Final Kilometre you do not add place cards from the Gap Count back to the Draw Deck.

What’s the blue corner for?

Because it looks cool... No seriously, use the blue/red corners to easily see who's attacking (blue) and defending (red). Remember your lead attacker should be tapped red after the attack.

The artwork is amazing! Who illustrated the game?

Thankyou. The very talented Adrienne Hawkes. Check out more of her work here.