Rule 17 allows players to hold paper.
17 - LEGO Elements in Original Condition - Everything you have at the field for mission-related activity (robot, attachments, and strategic objects) must be made entirely of LEGO-manufactured elements in original factory condition.

Exceptions:
— LEGO string and tubing may be cut to length.
— You may hold/reference a paper list to keep track of robot programs. — Marker may be used only in hidden areas, for ownership identification.

n Stickers are not allowed, except LEGO stickers, applied per LEGO instructions. n Paint, tape, glue, lubricants, zip-ties, etc. are not allowed. 

-Charlie

> On Nov 4, 2014, at 8:09 AM, Sravanthi Davuluri <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> 
> On the day of the tournament, We would like to rotate the robot game responsibility across team members. We are a relatively large team so not all kids are going to be equally familiar with the required details. 
> 
> Are the two members at the table allowed to have a cheat sheet with notes about their missions, attachments, etc? Can they stick it on to the table, in the Base area? 
> 
> 
> Thanks,
> Sravanthi
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