file Combat as a strategy

23 Aug 2019 06:51 #96494 by elotar
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When you are being powerbled to death quickly you lose the game.

When you can't do anything for 2 hours, but are forced to sit in the game, than your game (and 2 hours of life in general) is ruined.

You seriously do not get the difference?

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23 Aug 2019 07:02 - 23 Aug 2019 07:03 #96499 by Timo
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You are allowed to leave the table and let the other players manage your pool while you do anything you want. We do it like that in Paris. And some times a player will have 2 games running at the same time.

And you know what ? It as another benefit : it is educative for the combat player. If his win condition is to bleed for 1 with Enkidu he will learn to improve his deck.
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23 Aug 2019 07:07 #96500 by Tadori
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elotar wrote: When you are being powerbled to death quickly you lose the game.

When you can't do anything for 2 hours, but are forced to sit in the game, than your game (and 2 hours of life in general) is ruined.

You seriously do not get the difference?


yes we do, but let's be honest here. Situation where you are tilted so much to not want to sit with players at the table happens only on major events like EC. In other situations you sit discuss and watch the game, even swing decisions of others in discussions, Is it so horrible ?

Also living the table will not change the fact you still have to wait for round finish and you still would walk between tables and watch games most of the time, so why not watch your table

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23 Aug 2019 07:41 - 23 Aug 2019 07:43 #96501 by jonathan
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elotar wrote: When you are being powerbled to death quickly you lose the game.

When you can't do anything for 2 hours, but are forced to sit in the game, than your game (and 2 hours of life in general) is ruined.

You seriously do not get the difference?


The more I read your posts, the more I am convinced that you do not like V:tes.

Actually, during EC2019 Day1 there were almost only hard bleeders on my tables. It was not fun at all seeing the one person drawing the most deflections win or getting ousted by some Hail Maria bleed for 7 from across the table.
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23 Aug 2019 08:26 - 23 Aug 2019 08:30 #96502 by Lech
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Can't you influence out new vampires? You are acting as it is fuckin forbidden.

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23 Aug 2019 08:59 #96503 by jonathan
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Your combat predator WANTS you to influence, so that the oust will be faster, and he will torporize your newly influenced vampire anyway.
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