Paper covering rock was used as a political veto in ancient Japan, where the game originated. If the emperor wanted to keep a law from being passed, he would place paper over the rock the law had been carved on. Or something like that.
laws need to be visible to the public in order for them to obey it... and wouldn't paper be destroyed by weather (such as rain) but a rock would be stable in rain, or wind- cannot be ripped apart by the public if they unapproved
so we should play as rain wind and paper
Sooooo then the rain would just wash away the paper on the rock and the law would get passed anyways? ...politics havent changed much
ever heard of erosion?
still makes no sense.