Are a-f meant to be an inclusive list of actions which would violate <SG9>, or are they merely meant as a non-inclusive list of examples of things which are illegal? That is to say, if a referee believes an action interferes with the construction of the Skyrise but it does not violate anything in a-f, would the action be illegal?
EDIT: For example, I’m afraid that referees might be slightly overzealous in their application of this rule, i.e. if some form of wallbot was preventing a robot from returning to the area around its Skyrise it could technically be considered “interfer[ing] with an opposing Alliance’s Building of Skyrise Sections.” Obviously this is an extremely loose interpretation of the rule, but it highlights my fear that if the list is non-inclusive then referees could be able to construe many legitimate attempts at defensive play as illegal.
A-F are not meant to be absolutely conclusive, however they are intended to be clear concrete examples of actions that are not permitted. A-F are close to being inclusive, but we have left intentionally left the rule open ended to allow the referees the discretion to warn/penalize teams who find other ways to inhibit Skyrise Building. We’ll go over this in detail during the referee training videos.