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Re: Irish Revolution Warz Post Game Thread

Postby redwill on Thu Aug 04, 2011 10:40 pm

Honestly, the reds have nothing to complain about. nan out-played them night after night.

Moreover, columbia made the most of his powers: saved during the day and then during the night. Can't complain about that.
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Re: Irish Revolution Warz Post Game Thread

Postby columbia on Thu Aug 04, 2011 10:42 pm

redwill wrote:Honestly, the reds have nothing to complain about. nan out-played them night after night.

Moreover, columbia made the most of his powers: saved during the day and then during the night. Can't complain about that.


The fact that they were pretending to buy into - some believing ? - my total BS was pretty funny. :P
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Re: Irish Revolution Warz Post Game Thread

Postby obhave on Thu Aug 04, 2011 10:44 pm

columbia wrote:Yeah...that was weird.
Just plain disappeared.


He changed his email address, and that made his account inactive. RJ had not activated his account in time for him to get back in the game. He told me, via facebook, to modkill him if he didn't hear back from RJ within a couple phases... and he didn't. I believe his account still is not active.
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Re: Irish Revolution Warz Post Game Thread

Postby obhave on Thu Aug 04, 2011 10:44 pm

redwill wrote:Honestly, the reds have nothing to complain about. nan out-played them night after night.

Moreover, columbia made the most of his powers: saved during the day and then during the night. Can't complain about that.


Its not like Gaucho needed to use his sees, since all the greens were outed in one day phase :lol:
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Re: Irish Revolution Warz Post Game Thread

Postby redwill on Thu Aug 04, 2011 10:45 pm

columbia wrote:The fact that they were pretending to - some believing ? - my total BS was pretty funny. :P


Man, I thought you had it. A Disgruntled Farmer claim. :thumb: A great play.
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Re: Irish Revolution Warz Post Game Thread

Postby columbia on Thu Aug 04, 2011 10:52 pm

MWB is right....the cant be killed claim was a bit much.
If I had acted clueless on that factor, I might have been able to stay around longer.....then again, I would have eventually been investigated. So perhaps not a huge deal.

Anyway, that was a lot of fun.
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Re: Irish Revolution Warz Post Game Thread

Postby redwill on Thu Aug 04, 2011 10:52 pm

obhave wrote:He changed his email address, and that made his account inactive. RJ had not activated his account in time for him to get back in the game. He told me, via facebook, to modkill him if he didn't hear back from RJ within a couple phases... and he didn't. I believe his account still is not active.


This exact thing happened to me once. I changed my email address -- not really thinking about it -- and my account was deactivated for more than a day.

And a warz game was starting!!

Luckily (I suppose), I was killed by the baddies on Night 1 and so it didn't make a difference. Haha.
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Re: Irish Revolution Warz Post Game Thread

Postby Kraftster on Thu Aug 04, 2011 10:52 pm

I almost screwed Rel by being inactive the first couple days there, one being after he recruited me.

It hurt us losing that see on Night 4 where we tried to look at MWB. He was on everyone's mind the next two days after that.

I really wasn't an angel. A one time roleblock of a specific player is really tough to use correctly. Frankly, we really did luck out there. Credit to rel suggesting a columbia block a couple days prior. As luck would have it, we couldn't use it until the night we did for other reasons and it happened to be one of the most unlikely RP hits you'll see (imho). Also, a one time kill as a green isn't all that great either. It was only usable because every green was outed, otherwise, you can't take the risk.

NAN sure had the baddies' number in this one. I would have saved rel on the final night just in case but turned out not to matter.
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Re: Irish Revolution Warz Post Game Thread

Postby Kraftster on Thu Aug 04, 2011 10:54 pm

And, great game, obhave and redwill. That was a lot of fun!
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Re: Irish Revolution Warz Post Game Thread

Postby MWB on Thu Aug 04, 2011 10:57 pm

redwill wrote:Honestly, the reds have nothing to complain about. nan out-played them night after night.

Moreover, columbia made the most of his powers: saved during the day and then during the night. Can't complain about that.


That and two blues and a green had to be mod killed.
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Re: Irish Revolution Warz Post Game Thread

Postby MWB on Thu Aug 04, 2011 11:01 pm

Kraftster wrote:I almost screwed Rel by being inactive the first couple days there, one being after he recruited me.

It hurt us losing that see on Night 4 where we tried to look at MWB. He was on everyone's mind the next two days after that.

I really wasn't an angel. A one time roleblock of a specific player is really tough to use correctly. Frankly, we really did luck out there. Credit to rel suggesting a columbia block a couple days prior. As luck would have it, we couldn't use it until the night we did for other reasons and it happened to be one of the most unlikely RP hits you'll see (imho). Also, a one time kill as a green isn't all that great either. It was only usable because every green was outed, otherwise, you can't take the risk.

NAN sure had the baddies' number in this one. I would have saved rel on the final night just in case but turned out not to matter.


Why didn't rel have a see on night 4?
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Re: Irish Revolution Warz Post Game Thread

Postby obhave on Thu Aug 04, 2011 11:02 pm

MWB wrote:
Why didn't rel have a see on night 4?


He did, but he signed on after the deadline was reached. It was the 7pm-9am night phase.
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Re: Irish Revolution Warz Post Game Thread

Postby redwill on Thu Aug 04, 2011 11:07 pm

The village should also give some credit to bhaw: the Martyr.

He voluntarily died for the good of the Revolution.

After winning the Martyr prize, he was Terence MacSwiney. bhaw chose to die for the cause. The result was that the reds could not recruit anymore.

Let's have a moment and think about bhaw's sacrifice ...

Ah, screw that. Let's think about Terence MacSwiney. What a feckin' human being.
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Re: Irish Revolution Warz Post Game Thread

Postby columbia on Thu Aug 04, 2011 11:08 pm

That explains quite a bit.
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Re: Irish Revolution Warz Post Game Thread

Postby MWB on Thu Aug 04, 2011 11:09 pm

obhave wrote:
MWB wrote:
Why didn't rel have a see on night 4?


He did, but he signed on after the deadline was reached. It was the 7pm-9am night phase.


Ah, that's right. Forgot about that.
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Re: Irish Revolution Warz Post Game Thread

Postby obhave on Thu Aug 04, 2011 11:10 pm

redwill wrote:The village should also give some credit to bhaw: the Martyr.

He voluntarily died for the good of the Revolution.

After winning the Martyr prize, he was Terence MacSwiney. bhaw chose to die for the cause. The result was that the reds could not recruit anymore.

Let's have a moment and think about bhaw's sacrifice ...

Ah, screw that. Let's think about Terence MacSwiney. What a feckin' human being.


I really loved this idea redwill :thumb:
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Re: Irish Revolution Warz Post Game Thread

Postby columbia on Thu Aug 04, 2011 11:10 pm

Also...I was very clear in the signup thread about being Scotch Irish....yinz should have killed me on the first day.

The P in Powers stands for Protestant. :pop:

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An Irish Catholic friend clued me into that a few years ago. His grandfather was given a bottle of Powers and he promptly smashed it on the ground. :shock:
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Re: Irish Revolution Warz Post Game Thread

Postby bhaw on Thu Aug 04, 2011 11:30 pm

redwill wrote:The village should also give some credit to bhaw: the Martyr.

He voluntarily died for the good of the Revolution.

After winning the Martyr prize, he was Terence MacSwiney. bhaw chose to die for the cause. The result was that the reds could not recruit anymore.

Let's have a moment and think about bhaw's sacrifice ...

Ah, screw that. Let's think about Terence MacSwiney. What a feckin' human being.


My hunger strike lasted all of like 10 minutes :lol:

columbia wrote:The fact that they were pretending to buy into - some believing ? - my total BS was pretty funny. :P


Now you see why I have so much fun with it when I'm either outed or suspected of being bad when I am.
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Re: Irish Revolution Warz Post Game Thread

Postby obhave on Thu Aug 04, 2011 11:32 pm

columbia wrote:The P in Powers stands for Protestant. :pop:

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An Irish Catholic friend clued me into that a few years ago. His grandfather was given a bottle of Powers and he promptly smashed it on the ground. :shock:


yup that sounds about right.
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Re: Irish Revolution Warz Post Game Thread

Postby columbia on Thu Aug 04, 2011 11:35 pm

It runs deep...the columbias are from Ulster - several centuries ago - yet no "Irish" identity.
Kind of sad, to be honest.
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Re: Irish Revolution Warz Post Game Thread

Postby Godric on Thu Aug 04, 2011 11:39 pm

I like warz games.


Will play more.
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Re: Irish Revolution Warz Post Game Thread

Postby bhaw on Thu Aug 04, 2011 11:41 pm

Godric wrote:I like warz games.


Will play more.


Save this post. It will help you remember why you got fired in a couple months!
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Re: Irish Revolution Warz Post Game Thread

Postby columbia on Thu Aug 04, 2011 11:44 pm

bhaw wrote:
Godric wrote:I like warz games.


Will play more.


Save this post. It will help you remember why you got fired in a couple months!


My productivity at work has certainly declined, since I got involved.
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Re: Irish Revolution Warz Post Game Thread

Postby bhaw on Thu Aug 04, 2011 11:45 pm

columbia wrote:
bhaw wrote:
Godric wrote:I like warz games.


Will play more.


Save this post. It will help you remember why you got fired in a couple months!


My productivity at work has certainly declined, since I got involved.


Here's a fun question... has anyone noticed or has it affected anything? :)
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Re: Irish Revolution Warz Post Game Thread

Postby Malkamaniac on Thu Aug 04, 2011 11:46 pm

Sorry I couldn't play Obhave, morning meetings all this week. Will be in on the next one though!
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