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Subject: Case 3: Overtime and stress rss

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Tomas
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Do you get stress for the red squares on the new time track, or is there some other significance to them that will become clear when playing?
 
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Matt Dembek
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Those are the overtime spaces.
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Chad Weaver
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So yes?
 
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Jano Helle
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I was wondering the same. I think there is no mention of a change to the base rule that each hour after 16 o clock means you get one stress. One could assume that it is changed for case 3 but it isn't written anywhere. Also it does not say anywhere that the times marked in red will earn you stress, so that leaves 3 possibilities:

1. You get stress for each hour after 16 o clock, that is how it is written.

2. You assume that the red times will get lead to stress ond the others don't, which makes one wonder why the last 3 hours are not red since they aren't your normal working hours either.

3. None of the times provides any stress. Usually you have the time that is mentioned in the briefing + overtime. So here you would habe 27 hours without the possibility to do any overtime.

 
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Zack W.
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We too were very confused by this.
 
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