We've been running into issues at my LGS involving how strictly we're following the rules. I'll try to put this as neutrally as possible and see what everyone thinks. We play mostly friendly games with nothing at stake really. There is one side that believes that "friendly game" means that if you had the intent of doing things a particular way, then close enough is fine. Stuff like assuming that models with the shield wall rule are in shield wall as long as they are base to base and didn't receive any other orders that turn, or if you charge and make it to within some really small amount or so it counts, or drawing slightly curved lines for LOS or a charge or slam. The other side basically says that this kind of thing is not okay and that the rules are the rules and that's that pretty much. The whole disagreement is about having fun which makes it a little fuzzy because one side thinks the game is more fun one way and the other side thinks it's more fun the other way and we're really all just trying to have an environment that is fun for everyone to play, but someone is unhappy with a situation like this almost every game that gets played and I'm trying to figure out what to do so that we don't have people not wanting to play at our store anymore. Maybe this is in the wrong part of the forums, but I didn't think it necessarily fit into the rules questions section, and I feel like I know the people here on the Khador forums to some extent and I trust that you guys will have some insight. So my question is where do you draw the line on these sorts of iffy situations in game and what do you do when there's a disagreement? I'd be a little surprised if our store is the only one that's ever had this issue.