file Combat as a strategy

03 Sep 2019 09:51 #96734 by Lönkka
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Or in likely situations do what people usually tend to do and say "Hands for one?"

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03 Sep 2019 10:21 - 03 Sep 2019 10:21 #96735 by elotar
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Lönkka wrote: Or in likely situations do what people usually tend to do and say "Hands for one?"


It's very like how legislature in Russia works - "Why we need sane laws and regulations? In absurd situations people can just bribe the government inspector!".

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03 Sep 2019 11:27 #96737 by Tadori
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elotar wrote:

Lönkka wrote: Or in likely situations do what people usually tend to do and say "Hands for one?"


It's very like how legislature in Russia works - "Why we need sane laws and regulations? In absurd situations people can just bribe the government inspector!".


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03 Sep 2019 11:42 #96738 by Timo
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elotar wrote:

Lönkka wrote: Or in likely situations do what people usually tend to do and say "Hands for one?"


It's very like how legislature in Russia works - "Why we need sane laws and regulations? In absurd situations people can just bribe the government inspector!".


Could you explain what you mean regarding vtes ?

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03 Sep 2019 12:12 #96739 by Ashur
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elotar wrote:

Lönkka wrote: Or in likely situations do what people usually tend to do and say "Hands for one?"


It's very like how legislature in Russia works - "Why we need sane laws and regulations? In absurd situations people can just bribe the government inspector!".

No, it´s nothing like that. No third party (like social welfare system) suffers. It´s just to save time.

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03 Sep 2019 12:49 #96743 by elotar
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Ashur wrote:

elotar wrote:

Lönkka wrote: Or in likely situations do what people usually tend to do and say "Hands for one?"


It's very like how legislature in Russia works - "Why we need sane laws and regulations? In absurd situations people can just bribe the government inspector!".

No, it´s nothing like that. No third party (like social welfare system) suffers. It´s just to save time.


Actually there are no third party in all such interactions - everybody involved suffers. For example - question "hands for one" may provide unfair advantage for one of the participants if, for example, he have some card like swallowed by the night, which he want to keep for stealth, but is ready to use for some chance to save a minion against :POT: grandpredator, who blocked a bounced bleed. So if the opponent answer "yes" then everything fine and he can keep it, if he don't answer it than he may play something aggressive, so it's better to go to long, maybe opponent got no ranged strikes.

And it's just stupid in general.

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