Is the grid defining the bottom row begin on the inside or outside of the tape?
A collection of 3 GRIDS consisting of 2 outer GRIDS and a Coopertition (CO-OP) GRID is located in front of each ALLIANCE WALL adjacent to the guardrail and BARRIER. The full assembly is 18 ft. ½ in. (~550 cm) wide, 4 ft. ¼ in. (~123 cm) tall, and 4 ft. 8¼ in. (~143 cm) deep. A strip of ALLIANCE-colored tape is included as part of the assembly of GRIDS and defines its front plane.
If the tape is part of the GRIDS, I would generally assume the hybrid Nodes include the tape.
BUT, I can’t find a clear statement in the Manual either way–maybe check Q&A and if someone didn’t already ask, ask.
The tape is part of the GRIDS, and game pieces in the hybrid node and partially over the tape do count as scored.
I know that the grid dimenstions were updated in TU9 to correct/clarify this.
I’m looking for where it says explicitly presently.
On page 25, section 5.5:
A strip of ALLIANCE-colored tape is included as part of the assembly of GRIDS and defines its front plane.
For scoring in a hybrid node:
Touching FIELD carpet and/or BARRIER in only 1 HYBRID NODE and fully contained in GRIDS.
Perfect thank you very much.