Answered: Placing tubes on other robots

If a tube was placed on a robot such that it impairs their function and causes a temporary annoyance, would that count as an intentional strategy to damage or destroy other robots?

An example would be dropping a tube inside the robot so that it cannot lower its arm mechanism all the way down, and results in the drivers erraticly moving the robot around in order to get the tube back out.


A temporary annoyance would not be considered an intentional strategy to destroy or damage.