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Parent/Guardian question.


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So, I'm sure this has been answered somewhere, but if I'm 16 at the time of an event, and I have a parent/guardian present, but that parent/guardian does NOT wish to attend the event itself, what options do they have? I am aware they have to be on the AO, and that that does not necessarily mean in gameplay. Will they be pitching a tent in the parking lot? Chilling at the staging area? Just trying to understand how this would work. I saw nothing in the ruleset that answered this question.


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We don't care what they do, as long as they are on site.  It's really up to you guys.  As long as we can get ahold of them with the bull horn in the event that you get hurt, that's all that we care about.  There have been many parents that just chill in their cars, read books at the camp site, watch movies, etc.  I would imagine that it's pretty boring, but it's part of the deal.


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We don't care what they do, as long as they are on site.  It's really up to you guys.  As long as we can get ahold of them with the bull horn in the event that you get hurt, that's all that we care about.  There have been many parents that just chill in their cars, read books at the camp site, watch movies, etc.  I would imagine that it's pretty boring, but it's part of the deal.

I appreciate the quick response, Alex. My uncle offered to take me to an event. He assured me he'd make a good time out of it, I just wanted to make sure I knew what he could and couldn't do. Hope to see you guys soon!


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We don't care what they do, as long as they are on site.  It's really up to you guys.  As long as we can get ahold of them with the bull horn in the event that you get hurt, that's all that we care about.  There have been many parents that just chill in their cars, read books at the camp site, watch movies, etc.  I would imagine that it's pretty boring, but it's part of the deal.

To clarify, 'camp site' would imply that he can bring a tent?


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Thats fine. He can do anything that anyone else can do, except play.


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