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Roball is a Verticusian field sport that originated in what is called on Verticus as the Pasokogan (2nd century, B.C. - A.D. 9th century, on Earth).


The field of this game consists of a three-squared field with walls on two sides of the field. On each wall there are usually one to five people, while a circle in the center of the field occupies one to three people.

The players on the wall are named the Ro's and the players in the central circle are named Rosan's.

The goal of Roball is to either 1) Have Rosan's become Ro's until there is none left 2) Switch Rosan's and Ro's around nine times so that the original Rosan's win.