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A tag out is an [[edit]] where a player from the backline tags on the shoulder (or waves off) one or more players in a scene, ending that scene.  Those who have been tagged are to return to the backline but those who were not tagged remain on stage, as the same characters, in a new situation.  Players who perform the tag-out are new characters.
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A '''tag-out''' is an [[edit]] where a player from the backline tags on the shoulder (or waves off) one or more players in a scene, ending that scene.   
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Those who have been tagged are to return to the backline but those who were not tagged remain on stage, as the same characters, in a new situation.   
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Players who perform the tag-out are new characters.
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A '''tag run''' is a series of tag-outs performed in succession.
  
 
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Revision as of 19:50, 12 March 2020

A tag-out is an edit where a player from the backline tags on the shoulder (or waves off) one or more players in a scene, ending that scene.

Those who have been tagged are to return to the backline but those who were not tagged remain on stage, as the same characters, in a new situation.

Players who perform the tag-out are new characters.

A tag run is a series of tag-outs performed in succession.