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WPC: Round 12 Individual - Innovations
#1
Any questions about WPC Round 12 should be asked here.
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#2
Kirch + Heim: Please clarify if triangles can be in diagonally touching cells (even if the triangles are not touching each other).
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#3
(21.09.2019, 06:23)kiwijam schrieb: Kirch + Heim: Please clarify if triangles can be in diagonally touching cells (even if the triangles are not touching each other).

Triangles cannot be in diagonally touching cells. Same (in other rounds) for stars, battleships etc.

Generally, if the instruction say "objects cannot touch each other", it always means "cells with objects cannot touch each other". See the glossary (page 6 bottom).
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#4
12.7-9 Pairing:

- is it enough to draw the big shape, or do we need two copies, and how they're composed of parts?
- it seems like there should always be four pieces, is that correct?
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#5
in kirch-heim (12.19) is it forbidden to have a triangle immediately below a square? seems strange to me but interpreting the rues it should be ok
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#6
(23.09.2019, 15:14)SF2L schrieb: in kirch-heim  (12.19) is it forbidden to have a triangle immediately below a square? seems strange to me but interpreting the rues it should be ok

A triangle directly below a square is allowed.
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#7
(23.09.2019, 11:46)rob schrieb: 12.7-9 Pairing:

- is it enough to draw the big shape, or do we need two copies, and how they're composed of parts?
- it seems like there should always be four pieces, is that correct?

You have to draw two copies and how they are composed. And yes, there are always four pieces.
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#8
Although the list of permitted items in the beginning of the instruction book doesn't mention them, would scissors be allowed? They might come in handy to solve the pairings.

If scissors aren't allowed, would it be okay rip apart an empty sheet of paper into pieces resembling the given four shapes and then rotating them around on your desk trying to find the solution ?
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#9
(23.09.2019, 22:05)Joe Average schrieb: Although the list of permitted items in the beginning of the instruction book doesn't mention them, would scissors be allowed? They might come in handy to solve the pairings.

If scissors aren't allowed, would it be okay rip apart an empty sheet of paper into pieces resembling the given four shapes and then rotating them around on your desk trying to find the solution ?

You are allowed to use scissors. But please do not cut your puzzle booklet!
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#10
12.13 Marbles: can it happen that walls are in the same row in adjacent columns? If yes, how would the marble behave, if both walls are in the same direction, and how about oppositite directions? does only one wall apply to the marble? could a marble get stuck in a V-shape?
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