A piece that has been struck by another piece as the result of a throw and becomes parallel to the ground. It is possible for a toppled kubb to be knocked over, then through the course of motion, to come to rest standing on one end. In this case, the [[kubb]] is still considered toppled, and is customary to put a [[token]] (ex. grass clippings) on the toppled kubb. Pieces that fall over due to wind, uneven ground, or being jostled by a player are ”’not”’ considered Toppled, and should be righted as close as possible to their previous location and orientation as can be determined.
A kubb which is still in its original position on the [[baseline]]. During the course of play a field kubb may come to be placed on the baseline, but it remains a field kubb. All base kubbs must be [[toppled]] before the [[king]] can legally be attacked.
The line behind which a player throws their batons – either the baseline or an advantage line
A game turn is a combination of the kubb tossing phase and the baton tossing phase by a single team.
The long sides of the rectangular pitch or field of play. Regulation size is 8m, and the boundary is measured by the corner stakes.
A game round is a set of two turns, each team attacking once and defending once.
The eponymous game piece. A game of kubb requires 10.
The kubb field of play; a 5m by 8m rectangle including surface such as grass, sand, or any measurable amount of snow.
A game component that interferes with raising field kubbs including kubbs, the king, center and corner stakes.
Best of three games.