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  • Rebound rumble:Defensive play?

    Are we allowed to block the nets? And ,if so,indirectly or directly?
    Direct would allow someone to place something on top of the nets to prevent scoring,indirect would be blocking shot balls.

  • #2
    Re: Rebound rumbleefensive play?

    Read the rules on robot size limits. Neither of your plans would be feasible.

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    • #3
      Re: Rebound rumbleefensive play?

      Rules: [G23], and [G09]. Plus, the way I see it, that plan would not be graciously professional.

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      • #4
        Re: Rebound rumbleefensive play?

        if you wanted to cover the nets using a projectile then the rule prohibiting leaving any parts behind would probably interfere but fear not! At your 60" hight limit you can block the bottom goal! Thats about all you can do in indirect defence. It is more feasable and more going with GP to bash (push) your opponents robos around.

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        • #5
          Re: Rebound rumbleefensive play?

          Thank you, DstroyA. Our team has decided not to do a defensive robot.

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