On Mar 9, 2009, at 8:57 PM, Doug Orleans wrote:
On Mon, Mar 9, 2009 at 6:51 PM, Karl von Laudermann
Huh? Since when is the null koan disallowed? This must be a
recent rule change, because my group has always used the null koan.
Playing With Pyramids says in multiple places that a koan has one or
more pyramids. The null koan is an obvious variant that lots of
people allow, but I prefer to disallow it because of the ambiguity of
rules like "contains only grounded pyramids".
Could somebody explain the ambiguity of this rule in relation to the
null koan? Clearly the null koan doesn't contain any pyramids, let
alone only grounded ones. How could anyone think this could be marked
anything but no?