From , QA1359, it is ruled that if robot A lifts robot B off the ground, then robot A is considered to have initiated trapping and would need to back off based on trapping rules.
In the case of robot B running into robot A and got itself wedged(such that it cannot back off from robot A),
- does trapping count start? If so, which side needs to back off? If robot B needs to back off, and robot A does not move(so robot B is kept wedged and unable to back off), would this then be considered a violation of G15? If robot A needs to back off, can they quote G14 and choose not to move, since they were forced into a trapping count?