LTG, this post link above is to HmmNess's intermediate post in May when the rule had already been established but there was disgruntlement over the effects on the field. He mentions the limit being 5 full-binds, but also mentions the possibility of going to 8-10 full-binds in this post.
I'm asking for the rule as it is written and enforced here on the site, AT THIS TIME. What is the current law as it is concerned?
The points I'm trying to get at here are these:
First of all, is the rule actually 8 or 10 full-binds now?
What is the exact result of breaching the HmmNess rule, of attempting to make the 11th full-bind?
- Can the chaser continue chasing, after waiting one turn, if neither he nor the chased piece fully breaks the semi-broken full-bind?
- Can the chaser continue chasing, after waiting one turn, if the chased piece is the one to fully break the semi-broken full-bind in his next turn?
- Or is the chaser required to actively break the semi-broken full-bind by actively moving away in his turn after breaching the HmmNess rule?
A written programming rule based upon HmmNess's rule should have specificity like what I'm asking for above.