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Ringer

ringer was a sport popular on the planet Stassia during the Imperial occupation of the planet. Entire tournaments are set up for it, culminating in the week-long Sweepstakes each year. All participants, known as tossers, were required to use the same equipment: small metallic disks which could be thrown through the air. Each contestant stood behind a line, facing an open area filled with rings. Each ring was different: some were held in place, while others swayed on lines or floated on tiny repulsors. The goal for each player was to toss their disk through as many rings as they could, gauging the direction and force of each throw to pass through the maximum number of rings. Among the rings was the Ace Ring, which was worth more points than the others, and could help a tosser quickly gain points. It was difficult at best, though, to put a disk through the Ace.
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