Do you "square up" the field kubb for your opponent, or put it upright as it lays, even if that leaves the field kubb perhaps at a diagonal/diamond position? Are their written / courtesy rules around this? Does it only really matter in non-competitive situations. I ask because my neighbor (the only other person I know that plays) always squares it up for me, but I quietly hate doing it for him (LOL) but do so out of common courtesy.
Thanks for the $0.02 and insight.