The amount and specificity of rules knowledge that's required.
1: Questions about common interactions that could often occur in a tournament. Most players who are more familiar with the rules will probably know the answer.
2: Slightly rarer interactions that could still reasonably occur in tournament games.
3: Significantly rarer interaction that rarely, if ever, come up in real games.
4: Only the most knowledgeable rules gurus will know the answer.
The number of different cards and interactions that must be kept track of.
1: Simple questions about a specific interaction involving just a few cards. Generally easy to comprehend after a single read-though.
2: Questions about an interaction that requires many different cards, or questions that are more about keeping track of multiple objects than about a rules interaction.
3: Very complicated questions that involve a large number of objects or interactions.
The rules that are cited in the question or answer.
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