There are five aspects of T2. Attack, Dodge, Connect, Counter, and Intro. They all have certain
rules that must be followed or the entire post is voided ( made illegal and to where it doesn't count ) I will describe them
All attacks must be atleast seven words long. That is a requirment not a limit...your attack may be as long as
you'd like it to be it just must be atleast seven words long. Attacks must also not be auto'd. An auto is an attack
that states the attack has connected in the attack. ( e.g. *hits Bob quickly with his staff before he has time to react*
) If an attack is auto'd then it will be voided. Another rule for attacks are that they must not contain the words "and"
or "but" unless they are after the required amount. For instance, an attack requires seven words...if "and" is the fourth
word in the attack then it will be voided. If it is the eighth words in the attack then it is legal. Also, any
attack that uses energy or throws something or is with a weapon requires an intro.
An intro follows the same rules as an attack and describes the method of preparing for an attack. The intro is
seperate from the attack meaning an intro cannot be in the same post as an attack.
All dodges must contain atleast seven words and not contain the words "and" or "but" unless it is after the seventh word.
The purpose of a dodge is to avoid an attack.
A connect must be atleast ten words long and not contain the words "and" or "but" unless they are after the tenth word.
The purpose of a connect is to make the attack hit the opponent. After an attack is launched the attacker will either
launch a connect, or the attackee will launch a dodge. Whichever is posted first is what will take effect.
A counter must contain atleast twelve words and not contain the words "and" or "but" unless they are after the twelfth
word. The purpose of a counter is that after a person is attacked if the person being attacked is fast enough they can
launch a counter which instead of dodging the attack, will turn the tables and sort of mold two things into one. When
a counter is performed correctly it in essence is a dodge then an attack combined.