Polish Cross-Cutting

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Re: Polish Cross-Cutting

Postby KeithFarrell » Wed Jun 26, 2013 1:08 am

Richard Marsden wrote:The sources are very vague and open to interpretation. So, in the book, do we want to settle on 'cross-cutting' or do we want to be more open-ended about it and show different interpretations of cross-cutting, sort of like how we show different stance positions based on materials?

I think being more open-ended about it is a good idea. The people posting in just this thread so far all seem to have slightly different ideas of how, why and when it should be done, so presenting different options might be the best method.
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Re: Polish Cross-Cutting

Postby Richard Marsden » Wed Jun 26, 2013 7:45 am

If so, everyone feel free to put their ideas into what they think cross-cutting is. Bonus, if you can link it to other systems, sources and so on.

Thanks much!

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