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Revision 4 . . April 12, 2007 10:11 pm by Simons Mith [Added forts.]
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Boxes can also be used as a method of area-denial; rather than boxing an opponent – or oneself – 'in', one can erect a box for the purpose of keeping play out of a particular area. Under the current draft [Euston 2008]? ruleset, this practice has been codified and an 'area-denial' box is known as a fort. Whether this terminology will become formalised is not yet known.

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