WtC? Spirit of the Game in SASS Wire Posted Friday at 09:21 PM 4 hours ago, Creeker, SASS #43022 said: The example that used to be in the handbook was one of "roping a steer" prior to shooting. A shooter becomes aware that most are struggling with this task for much longer than 10 seconds and so INSTEAD of fulfilling the stage requirement - they simply drop the rope, earn the P and proceed to shooting - but obtaining a "competitive advantage" by their dis regard of stage instruction. Another example is multiple windows - shooters must move back and forth window to window with each gun and between shotgun rounds. A shooter becomes aware that this movement is eating well more than 10 seconds and so INSTEAD of fulfilling the stage requirement - they simply remain at a single window, earn the P - but obtaining a "competitive advantage" by their disregard of stage instruction. So you think these actions deserve a SOG penalty but a duelist shooter shooting traditional style doesn't?