PSP: Now it's a Major plus a Minor because you hit a player after receiving an obvious hit. (Obvious being anything you can SEE or feel or hear). You felt it, it's obvious. Once you call a ref over for a paintcheck, any hits are immediately classified as 'obvious'.
2.8.5. An obvious hit is any valid hit that leaves a mark and that the receiving player should
have seen, heard or felt, including any valid hit anywhere on the player’s body.13 A player with
an obvious hit is eliminated.
2.8.6. A player with an obvious hit that is in a location that the player cannot verify may ask a
judge or teammate to verify the hit before proceeding as otherwise required by2.7.1, but may
take no other action.
--If you’re not sure if a hit broke, and you can’t check it yourself, you can ask a ref or teammate to check it without penalty before
exiting the field of play, so long as you take no other action. You may choose to continue to play, HOWEVER, if it turns out that the
hit was valid, you will be assessed a major penalty plus a minor penalty for any opponents you shoot because you were playing with
an obvious hit, so you should consider carefully whether the risk of the penalty is worth continuing to play prior to getting the hit
Last edited by MN_Rising : 10-09-2009 at 11:37 AM.