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I encountered the phrase

"Paida fun is free-wheeling player fun, where rules are a convenience."

in the context of roleplaying games. As a native German speaker, I am uncertain of the meaning of the phrase, am I correct to guess:

"Paida fun is free-wheeling player fun, where rules are not so important, but simply used beacause it is easier to use rules than not to have rules at all."

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It is a pun intended to add 'fun.'

And, you guessed it correctly!

...'where rules are a convenience.' means rules are just for fun and not to bother you. They are convenient!

Another such sentence I remember is: There's only one rule that there is no rule!

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