COSMIC WIMPOUT RULES PDF

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This list is the result of many revisions, extensions, and expansions of the very first version of the Nairinthus Cosmic Wimpout Rules FAQ and House Rules Set created for easy access of people who participated in some rather fun mini-competitions I organized in a VERY loose sense of the word in Winter of I thought that competition participants would like to have easy access to the House Rules which would be used at all the Nairinthus-organized competitions!

And since most of the CW players were of the tech savvy sort with plenty of access, it seemed good to plop it on my FTP at the time. It worked well. Hopefully these variations will give you more enjoyment of the game BUMP Whenever you land on the score of another player, you send them back to the score you started at on that turn.

Example: You have 40, your opponent has On your turn, you get 75 points. This lands you on your opponent at , and on arrival, you send that opponent back to Potentially nasty! This can be also used in Last Licks to make your job easier by 5 points, and a whole lot more. Whenever you roll all 5 dice, and everything works, in addition to the points, you also get an Insurance Point [hereafter called an IP].

At any time later in the game, 2 IP's may be traded in to nullify your own roll for example, you have points, 3 cubes left.

You roll, and get a 3 4 3. This would be a wimpout. However, you trade 2 IP's in, and that wimpout roll is instantly erased, and you roll those 3 cubes again. You get a 5 2 3, score the 5 and take the points! Sometimes you spend the IP's and you wimpout again. Oh well Such is life But that's not all! You can also trade in 4 IP's to nullify an opponent's roll!

Truly nasty if your opponent has points, one common cube to clear a flash 10, and a 5 is rolled. Try again. The Kill rule is the same as Suspend, except that instead of suspending, it is a wimpout. On your next turn, your clear attempts are under the Kill 5 rule. Furthermore, upon suspension, you may instead volumtarily kill your turn, taking the wimpout immediately, allowing you to start a fresh play the next turn.

If clearing a trivially small amount, this can be a very helpful option. You get 40 points, and hit However your opponent has , which is on the same space as Your opponent is bumped from 'back' to I believe a 'thank you' is definitely in order?

Extension1: If at any time a player has 4 unfilled circles, or has received 7 wrecks altogether, 8 circles total, counting the original one starting the game the player is considered terminally wrecked, and ejected from the game.

Extension2: Any player with any unfilled circles when Last Licks occurs cannot participate, and is ejected. The player MUST keep going to not land on that score. Plus, if a player eclipses you from up the beam by stopping on a score that puts them between you and the center e. If the score you escape to is also eclipsed by someone else - you guessed it - go back again. Of course, if someone is now eclipsed by you in your current position, they lose 5 points as well a custom high-endscore board could have this happen quite a bit with many players in the game Whenever 2 pairs and a sun are rolled e.

That's the end of the good news. This can be near impossible. If a Suspend n or Kill n is already in play, S5K5 overrides its parameters. In non-tournament play, it is suggested that a majority of players can override it.

A tie vote should not override. No 10's or 5's can be used, nor can suns be 10's or 5's. There are two ways this can be interpreted:. The sun is the only potential scorer, and the 10's and 5's are, by the full house, forbidden. Using the interpretation that the sun must be used in whatever way works, since neither option works, the sun CANNOT be scored. Since nothing scores, it is a Wimpout. The sun is the only potential scorer, and must be called as either a 10 or a 5 due to no other scoring opportunities.

Since 10 and 5 are taboo due to the double-flash, either way, it's reroll time. Again, CS cannot be used as an easy way out. Extension: If when rolling all 5 dice a player gets a flash of symbols and has to clear it, and on the subsequent roll, after the flash is cleared both dice come up with the flash face, the player gets a bonus of 10 times the flash face and continues by rolling all 5 dice.

If you earn an IP in a turn, but wimp out, the points are gone, but you get to keep the IP. IP's cannot be earned in conjunction with another House Rule e. Cosmic Sampler. IP's may not be redeemed during Last Licks. Cosmic Sampler Whenever you get a 5 or 10, and one of each of the non-scoring faces on the other 4 cubes, on the same roll, you have achieved a Cosmic Sampler derived from the Whitman's Sampler candy assortment which is worth 50 points, and using all 5 dice which brings the YMNWTBYM rule in.

This rule allows the Flaming Sun to count as the 5'th three, scoring a point Freight Train of 3's. When play returns to you, you continue where you left off, clearing the flash or flashes, if the Full House rule was responsible Common values of n are between 5 and If any player gets n Train Wrecks in the game, the player is immediately ejected!

Note that if all players but one trainwreck themselves out of the game, the remaining player must get to the agreed number of points without getting ejected too! It is possible that there is no winner, especially with 1TW. This signifies being subject the 35 point requirement of the Opening Roll rule.

However, if a player Train Wrecks, a circle is added. Note that if a player wrecks while subject to a circle, the player now has TWO circles to clear, individually.

Only when the player has no unfilled circles are they exempt from the 35 point minimum. Ignition Failure On a scoreboard game, any player not yet in the game after another player has passed the Zero position on a higher level MUST make their score on the next turn, or is ejected from the game. On a non-scoreboard game, the spot one level above the Zero Spot is defined to be If this leaves one player remaining, that player must still attempt to complete the game.

NOTE: It may be good to set a minimum number of turns all players are guaranteed before rules such as this are enforced. Something between 3 and 5 turns is recommended. The Bear Creek list calls this the Skunk rule. This rule should be useless especially at tournaments, where hold trays should always be used.. Hands off!! If a player touches the cubes at any time when it is not their turn, the player's next turn is forfeited.

This is identical to the Porcupine rule in the Bear Creek List. This is also known as, and as far as I can tell, probably inspired by someone's interpretation of, the Gettysburg Address rule in the Bear Creek list, with the exception that the Bear Creek version specifies neither the ending of the turn nor the zero-score disposition. Nairinthus position on the matter is that it is definitely a YMNWTBYM situation, with the two rolled cubes declared 'scoring', resulting in all 5 cubes used.

This means a bonus points for all 10's, a bonus 50 points for all 5's. A freight train of 5's does NOT qualify for the extra 50 points, nor does a freight train of 10's a supernova, which removes you from the game immediately. Boyd Lemma also doesn't apply while clearing a flash and rolling a matching pair, unless the following extension is also enabled: Extension: If when rolling all 5 dice a player gets a flash of symbols and has to clear it, and on the subsequent roll, after the flash is cleared both dice come up with the flash face, the player gets a bonus of 10 times the flash face and continues by rolling all 5 dice.

Whenever you land on the score of another player, you send them back to the score you started at on that turn. The Insurance Point is an interesting little thing. Whenever you get a 5 or 10, and one of each of the non-scoring faces on the other 4 cubes, on the same roll, you have achieved a Cosmic Sampler derived from the Whitman's Sampler candy assortment which is worth 50 points, and using all 5 dice which brings the YMNWTBYM rule in.

In the standard rules, Freight Trains on 3's are not allowed, since the Flaming Sun takes the place of the 3 on the black cube. The Suspend rule states that if you are trying to clear a flash, you are granted n rolls to do it. Inspired by the Oakland Scoreboard This makes the , , and spaces the same space, with regards to any rule involving interaction of two or more player scores. Train Wrecks are tallied. On a scoreboard game, any player not yet in the game after another player has passed the Zero position on a higher level MUST make their score on the next turn, or is ejected from the game.

This is a VERY wicked rule If a player accidentally knocks over a scoring cube, it counts as a wimpout. From Ames List, with Nairinthus clarification If a player scores all 5 dice not at the same time and they are all 5's or all 10's, then the player gets a bonus of 10 times the cube face and continues by rolling all 5 dice YMNWTBYM.

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An outstanding dice game , available at just about any hobby store. The goal of the game is to roll dice to score points. If you've scored on some dice but haven't on others, you have the option to reroll the remaining dice. BUT, if you roll and score nothing, you lose all points accumulated so far - this is called "wimping out". There are also several instances when you MUST roll, risking a wimpout. I personally have seen people roll continuously, gaining points on a single turn, and then lose it all because they couldn't stop and wimped out. House rules can make this game even more fun and cutthroat

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This list is the result of many revisions, extensions, and expansions of the very first version of the Nairinthus Cosmic Wimpout Rules FAQ and House Rules Set created for easy access of people who participated in some rather fun mini-competitions I organized in a VERY loose sense of the word in Winter of I thought that competition participants would like to have easy access to the House Rules which would be used at all the Nairinthus-organized competitions! And since most of the CW players were of the tech savvy sort with plenty of access, it seemed good to plop it on my FTP at the time. It worked well. Hopefully these variations will give you more enjoyment of the game BUMP Whenever you land on the score of another player, you send them back to the score you started at on that turn.

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