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Rawrlolsauce!

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Re: Team Play Official Rules
« Reply #75 on: December 13, 2011, 11:34:47 AM »
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I dislike the dominant rule in teams because it weakens Doubt. I can play mine, but my teammate can't play his? Sad face.

Warrior_Monk

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Re: Team Play Official Rules
« Reply #76 on: December 13, 2011, 02:08:37 PM »
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I figured I should re-bring this up in this thread...since that's kinda the purpose of this thread.
I would like to request a specific rule set for Teams play, if it isn't already under way. It is an official category and should have official rules. I can only imagine getting a ruling totally flipped at nationals because different judges rule differently.

How should dominants, artifacts, and set asides work in intro prep phase?
For the purposes of the 3 Liner, is the team considered the same player?

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Re: Team Play Official Rules
« Reply #77 on: December 13, 2011, 04:32:22 PM »
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I figured I should re-bring this up in this thread...since that's kinda the purpose of this thread.
I would like to request a specific rule set for Teams play, if it isn't already under way. It is an official category and should have official rules. I can only imagine getting a ruling totally flipped at nationals because different judges rule differently.
How should dominants, artifacts, and set asides work in intro prep phase?
My understanding is that this is still ruled differently in different parts of the country.  The intro-prep phase in most parts of the country allows anything that can happen during a regular prep-phase of a turn (including doms, arts, set-asides, etc.).  However, in MN the intro-prep phase is a lot more limited.  I'll try to start up a conversation about it on the other side of the boards, but that's the best I can tell you for now.

For the purposes of the 3 Liner, is the team considered the same player?
I'm pretty sure that no matter where you live, the 3-liner has to be rescued twice by the same PERSON, therefore the team would NOT be considered the same player.

Warrior_Monk

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Re: Team Play Official Rules
« Reply #78 on: December 13, 2011, 04:55:04 PM »
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My understanding is that this is still ruled differently in different parts of the country.  The intro-prep phase in most parts of the country allows anything that can happen during a regular prep-phase of a turn (including doms, arts, set-asides, etc.).  However, in MN the intro-prep phase is a lot more limited.  I'll try to start up a conversation about it on the other side of the boards, but that's the best I can tell you for now.
Hence the:
I would like to request a specific rule set for Teams play, if it isn't already under way. It is an official category and should have official rules. I can only imagine getting a ruling totally flipped at nationals because different judges rule differently.

Glad to hear about the 3 liner. Such a boss lost soul.

Personally, I would like to allow for no abilities to be used in the intro prep phase.  :2cents:

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Re: Team Play Official Rules
« Reply #79 on: December 14, 2011, 10:10:43 AM »
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I figured I should re-bring this up in this thread...since that's kinda the purpose of this thread.
I would like to request a specific rule set for Teams play, if it isn't already under way. It is an official category and should have official rules. I can only imagine getting a ruling totally flipped at nationals because different judges rule differently.
How should dominants, artifacts, and set asides work in intro prep phase?
My understanding is that this is still ruled differently in different parts of the country.  The intro-prep phase in most parts of the country allows anything that can happen during a regular prep-phase of a turn (including doms, arts, set-asides, etc.).  However, in MN the intro-prep phase is a lot more limited.  I'll try to start up a conversation about it on the other side of the boards, but that's the best I can tell you for now.
Glad to hear it.  I'd love to know how to rule this sort of thing.
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Rawrlolsauce!

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Re: Team Play Official Rules
« Reply #80 on: December 14, 2011, 10:21:52 AM »
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You should probably bring up the 3-liner, too, because I believe two elders ruled differently (Gabe and Kevin).