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Subject: Can you have incomplete words in your crossword when you "peel"? rss

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Kirk Andersen
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I am referring to the quick-start rules in the files section of the game which doesn't clarify this.
 
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munchkinloser7 wrote:
I am referring to the quick-start rules in the files section of the game which doesn't clarify this.


I'm pretty sure that you can only call "peel" if you have used all your letters in a valid configuration, which implies that all your words are real and connected.
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Hunter Bennett-Daggett
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danwojciechowski wrote:
munchkinloser7 wrote:
I am referring to the quick-start rules in the files section of the game which doesn't clarify this.


I'm pretty sure that you can only call "peel" if you have used all your letters in a valid configuration, which implies that all your words are real and connected.


That's always been our interpretation.
 
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I would agree.

Am I right in assuming you can break up the crossword at any time - re-jigging it?

However, it strikes me that cheating is very easy at the point of peeling!

Remember that your words will be challenged when you finish.
 
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Derry Salewski
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sumo wrote:
I would agree.

Am I right in assuming you can break up the crossword at any time - re-jigging it?

However, it strikes me that cheating is very easy at the point of peeling!

Remember that your words will be challenged when you finish.


Cheating is very easy in most games.

You can move your letters around any time, though, yeah.
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