It was all wrong, ALL WRONG!!!
This is how the strategy actually works,
5 of these heros are either Azathoths or some kind of destructive god. Their ability is as follows: Name: destruction
All units except for this hero die.
The failure, therefore is that this hero dies.
(If success, for added dramatic effect, sweep your arm across the table, knocking everything on it over/off.)
The sixth is either a death, or a timetwister.
Their ability is as follows: Name, either: Reality Loop or Speed of Life
All units are are brought to life, take another turn.
The failure, naturally is that ALL units die, and then the opponents get to take a turn. (please note, ALL, that includes the opponent's troops)
Also, for all of the superpowers I have seen, such as superjump, the win instantly. The losses are as follows, fall, and lose instantly.
some other things that I have seen while searching was:That followed logically, fireball, that would kill, instead ends up killing the caster.So I tried to cast a huge fireball to throw at the enemy, but failed. so he engulfed himself and the unfortunate nearby civilians in flame.Wow, a killing strike delivered from a person through another person ended up killing the person who gave the opportunity.my hero attempted to snatch the shield from his fellow man, then hurl it at a ninja a few inches away. I failed, and the hero decapitated the soldier with his own shield. whoops.
[color=red]Was that suprising? The hero failed to do what he wanted, namely dodge, therefore he didn't.matrix like moves like dodging bullets, failed, instead caught all bullets with his forehead..
I would like to thank Doomstormer and Rody.
Also, to mock you all:
Direct from the big book of rules.BrikWars is spelled without a 'c.' This is not a typo; this is part of its intrinsik nature. BrikWars is about the celebration of mayhem; it turns a suspicious eye towards infidels who believe that rules are made to be followed. If there's a "right" way of doing things, including spelling, BrikWars stands in opposition to it.
Mocking commenses because this "small" message tells us that what I am doing is completely legal, it is in fact, applauded.
Damn, don't you just hate slight problems like that!!!
ex-pastor wrote:*CRAZYHORSE* wrote:
Atomsk wrote:Technically, wouldn't heroic failure be everyone on the other side dying?
Also, your freind sucks for trying to use such a non-fun tactic.
I agree here. He should at least say how he would be able to do that with one action.
I agree here. to just say everyone dies is boring and pointless. Is he a hero who is incredibly unlucky and his heroic feat is dodging the meteors that keep trying to crush him and they end up killing everyone on the other team (adversely his team is VERY lucky and keep dodging them)?
Now jumping to the next topic,
You say this isn't fun.
You all don't get it, it is fun.
I find problems in the rules, and exploit.
The likelyhood is I wouldn't actually execute this strategy unless things turn dire, but I believe in having myself win fairly, (with some bending of the rules.)
I was just simply stating a simple problem with the heros.
THEY ARE TOO POWERFUL!!!
What choice do I have except to make up a simple strategy that wins the game?
In fact, I figured out a strategy that wins, (for the most part) on a simple 11 and a 1/2 points.
Thank you very much for your time.
I am in no way to be held responsible for this message, I was forced into convey the message