The battle at Brikpass [HH Winner]

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Re: The battle at Brikpass [HH Winner]

Postby Apollyon » Thu Dec 08, 2011 7:13 pm

knolli wrote:You bent the rules all to your liking, didn't you? First the "grand dispel!" that cripples the enemy severely, then the levitated javelin suicide, the "bowmen on the stick"-heroic feat and finally the dropping elephant out of the blue, all these worked in your favor. When your units critfail they only loose their weapons or flee the battlefield but don't die.
So my judgement: Victory by massive abuse of the Rule of Fudge!


What's wrong with that ? Everything goes as long as your opponent lets you get away with it. And who knows, maybe Karetus is physically way stronger than his brother? I know i exploited that fact as long as it lasted during our childhood...
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Re: The battle at Brikpass [HH Winner]

Postby Killer Karetsu » Tue Dec 13, 2011 2:32 pm

Hey whoa! Cool down. We used heroic feats! Do you know what that is? Basically, everything can happen with it. I used a lot of heroic feats, which succeeded=when they succeed, they cause great carnage on the enemy. If they fail, they will make you die instead. (this of course varies by the heroic feat but most of the ones in this battle were killing stuff) The necromancer, for and example, tried to levitate the javelin to launch it on Shinyblade. The feat failed (probably quite much, as the necromancer died) so the necromancer was killed instead? You see the logic?
About me BENDING THE RULES TO WIN THE GAME, heck, do you think I'm some little fucker who cares only about winning games and not the fun of general brikwarsy things? I may not prove you anything, but I hope you believe me.
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EDIT: Apollyon, I actually think I am :)
EDIT 2: I also rolled damage for the javelin. First something like 4d6-5d6 then always a dice less. And hey, this is a random game, anything might happen. This is just how it went.
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Re: The battle at Brikpass [HH Winner]

Postby Silverdream » Tue Dec 13, 2011 11:20 pm

Karretsu wins the thread.
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Re: The battle at Brikpass [HH Winner]

Postby BFenix » Fri Dec 16, 2011 2:38 pm

Oh crap, almost forgot! Here you go:

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Yet again, congrats Karetsu!
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Re: The battle at Brikpass [HH Winner]

Postby Killer Karetsu » Sat Dec 17, 2011 6:44 am

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Re: The battle at Brikpass [HH Winner]

Postby Aslocate » Sun Nov 16, 2014 11:03 pm

I don't believe that Karetsu was bending the rules in his favor. It was the standard bearer's horse that allowed him to win. The fucking horse is trying to kause mass khaos among the forum dwellers while he satisfies his own evil desires. We must band together to kombat this new evil that that threatens our lands and territories! Or we kould just forget all about it and deal with it. Either way...
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