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Old 04-08-2015, 06:22 PM
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Default The Tranquillity of DBA 2.2+

I am so glad that the days of bickering about what the DBA rules say are in the past. We had a great time at Hotlead playing 2.2+ and the only rules question that came up that I remember was the old contacting a column on the flank: who turns to face. Luckily this was recently discussed here and Dervel knew the answer and could point out the section in the 2.2 rule book. I have since made a note in the margin of the 2.2+ Unofficial Guide since it is not in there.

The same goes for my experience at the big east coast cons: no rules major interpretation conflicts. This is Nirvana for the players that I know. It means more time playing and less time discussing and debating. It seems that this can only be achieved when standardized rule interpretations are commonly available and the wishes of the rules author to suppress the same are ignored.

May the good times, and your die, continue to roll.
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Old 04-08-2015, 10:32 PM
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I'm sure given enough time, and the rising prevalence of dementia in our aging communities, and the crazy arsed ****ers will filter in here too.
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Old 04-08-2015, 10:46 PM
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Well said Will!
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