There is a technical loophole from that regards the scoring of the cube in the scoring zone. If for an example a cube were to be balancing on the top surface of a scored cube and also be touching but not on the top surface of an unscored cube that was balanced on the jaunty angle as shown in @Railgunawesome profile pic beyond the barrier it technically would be scored as
Stacked Cube - A Cube status. A Cube is considered a Stacked Cube if it meets the following
criteria at the end of the Match:
- Contacting the Top Surface of a Base Cube or Stacked Cube.
- Not contacting the top of the field perimeter wall.
- Not contacting the Top Surface of any Cubes which are not Scored.
This is technically not violating any of the above stipulations in this definition. If this is not an implication that was not intended I would recommend a new stipulation in the definition regarding this.
Top Surface - The side of a Cube that is furthest away from (and roughly parallel to) the gray foam tiles.
The inner indents on that Cube’s side are considered part of its Top Surface; the chamfered edges are not.
P.S if anyone wants to ask on robotevents.com regarding this they can