Browsing Archive: February, 2011

One dot one

Posted by Josh Feathers on Saturday, February 19, 2011, In : Nationals 
Did you see that we updated the rules to v1.1. The 'rules committee' has been in deep debate around the new rule-set. Passions are running high, arguments have spiraled out of control, and the use of hyperbole and rhetoric has been mildly excessive. Lines have been crossed, and good nature has taken the backseat to intimidation tactics, verbal abuse, and (must I say) stinkeye.

 But such is the life of a tournament organizer and his evil rule minions.....

While the thought of Eric Anderson actua...
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Variant - Towers

Posted by Josh Feathers on Tuesday, February 1, 2011, In : Variants 

Towers (Stacking)

 

Easily the most common variant is the use of "Towers" or Kubb stacking. (In fact, this is the only variant popular enough to warrant mention in the World Championship rules.) Below is a standardized breakdown of stacking rules and phases:

<!--[if !supportLists]-->1.    <!--[endif]-->If a thrown Field Kubb strikes and topples another Field Kubb already in play, then the two Field Kubbs should be stacked vertically one on top of the other.

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