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Through a series of missions, the Running Man members were divided into teams and/or individually earned Running Balls.
The format for the missions in episodes 26 to 43 were: If there were many members with no Running Balls, they were automatically punished and no lottery was conducted.
Episodes 6 to 10, a consistent game format was used where both teams competed to obtain the most Running Man Balls (shortened to Running Balls in future episodes).
Running Balls were awarded to the team that found a ball, and were also given to individuals who won a game, who received a Running Ball of their team's color (blue or red).
The format of missions was also changed: Beginning with the twenty-sixth episode, the race mission, Bells Hide and Seek, was replaced with a Find the Guests mission.
The MCs and guests were locked inside a landmark and were required to earn Running Balls for a chance to escape punishment.
As of episode 48, the members take part in a series of missions to become the winner(s) at the end of the race.
Missions form the basis of Running Man as members try to avoid punishment in earlier episodes or to win prizes.
The race would officially begin after the first mission ends.
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As of the eleventh episode, the Running Man members and guests were no longer split into two main teams except for during the race mission, with smaller teams or individual game-play being used during the other missions.
Everyone individually earned Running Balls throughout the missions and the balls selected during the lottery machine segment represented the individuals who were the winners for the night.