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Play, thinking about how to end the rite. When you have thought of a way, try it out. If it is successful, the rite ends. If it is unsuccessful, stop playing (everyone else continues). The rite ends: a) if someone's method of ending it was successful. b) When all the players except one have been eliminated, they may conspire to stop the last player. If he can think of a way to stop himself or the others from proceeding, he should put it into practice at once.


Reluctance Rite. F: untraced. A: the ending of improvisation rites.

Christopher Hobbs

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