> OK, I'll bite... me too > Favorites > 1) Zendo - I teach it all the time, friends request it all the time, I > wrote the single-stash variant. ;) The ~what~? I ... How the Heck does ~that~ work? /me pictures recycling pyramids at 3, count them, 3 koans. Last few fun rules: - All pyramids have matching opacity. (ie: all are translucent or all are opaque) - The pip total of flats is the square of the pip total of uprights. They tried for a few rounds, then gave up in disgust when I put up the inevitable 1 upright pawn, 1 flat pawn to disprove a guess. - The pip total of red must be exactly 5. I realize it's a simple rule, but I had to recycle another player's koan in order to build a koan test the theory; this is the first time we've had to do that! - Every ray must be perpendicular to every other ray. Clarifiers, if needed: - "A ray is not considered perpendicular to itself, so a koan with only one pyramid cannot have the BN." - "Rays pointing in opposite directions are parallel, not perpendicular, no matter whether the rays touch the opposing pyramid or not."