Seven Seaz Warz Game Thread

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Re: Seven Seaz Warz Game Thread

Postby obhave on Mon Feb 25, 2013 4:31 pm

redwill's advantages for red and green only helped him at night. Whatever color he choose to be, he would be seen as that color by the seer, and he could not be killed by the reds if he was red (such as night one) or by the vig if was green. He, obviously, did not know that.
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Re: Seven Seaz Warz Game Thread

Postby redwill on Mon Feb 25, 2013 5:44 pm

I kind of assumed that I was targeted on Night 1 and that I couldn't be killed by the reds when I was red because of this from the Night 1 write-up:

Rylan wrote:The doomed man simply smiled a wry smile and simply said, "I wouldn't do that."

The attackers, taken aback by this apparently unflappable pirate, recognized who they were dealing with and backed off.
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Re: Seven Seaz Warz Game Thread

Postby newarenanow on Mon Feb 25, 2013 5:52 pm

Finally got into this thread. I was having trouble today and I have no idea why. The site was slow for me to begin with, and this thread just seemed to take forever to open. So I gave up. Had to PM Rylan.

Anyway, congrats to the reds. Great game.

And good job Rylan and obhave. Enjoyed the game.
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Re: Seven Seaz Warz Game Thread

Postby Willie Kool on Mon Feb 25, 2013 11:20 pm

redwill wrote:When I posted

redwill wrote:The simple, true fact is that I am Sir Henry Morgan, and I am green.


I was telling the truth. I was honestly trying to help the village. (Granted, that would have changed :wink: )

Please accept my apologies for questioning your honor, sir. :P

What were the conditions for you to win?
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Re: Seven Seaz Warz Game Thread

Postby Rylan on Mon Feb 25, 2013 11:21 pm

He just had to make it to the end. Him surviving the game was a win for him, he didn't have to eliminate either side and neither side had to eliminate him. Had he made it to the end it would have been a dual victory for both him and whatever faction won.
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Re: Seven Seaz Warz Game Thread

Postby Willie Kool on Mon Feb 25, 2013 11:34 pm

:thumb: Good character, Rylan. Worked well in the game and was true to history. The name alone convinced me he was either red or independent. Too much of an establishment man to be a true pirate. :pop:
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Re: Seven Seaz Warz Game Thread

Postby redwill on Tue Feb 26, 2013 5:33 pm

Willie Kool wrote:Please accept my apologies for questioning your honor, sir. :P


I never said I was being honorable, just truthful. Haha. And that may have changed as circumstances demanded it.

As an independent I had to make a move sooner or later. As you said, I took the opportunity of LITT's role not being well-defined to claim to be the angel. Unfortunately, you were there to stomp me.
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Re: Seven Seaz Warz Game Thread

Postby redwill on Tue Feb 26, 2013 7:32 pm

Oh, and may I add, WK, that your observations exposing me were some of the most brilliant moves I've ever seen in a Warz game. I said to myself at the time that if WK wasn't the real angel -- i.e., if you didn't really know I was not the angel and were just a blue solving a puzzle -- that I would admit to being in awe.
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Re: Seven Seaz Warz Game Thread

Postby CBear3 on Wed Feb 27, 2013 9:55 am

Had fun while it lasted :)
Thanks for the game Rylan and obhave!
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Re: Seven Seaz Warz Game Thread

Postby relantel on Wed Feb 27, 2013 2:15 pm

Aye. Grateful I was just a villager given the chat I had with Rylan a few weeks back. Turns out I can play a less than useless blue very well.
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Re: Seven Seaz Warz Game Thread

Postby Willie Kool on Wed Feb 27, 2013 10:26 pm

redwill wrote:Oh, and may I add, WK, that your observations exposing me were some of the most brilliant moves I've ever seen in a Warz game. I said to myself at the time that if WK wasn't the real angel -- i.e., if you didn't really know I was not the angel and were just a blue solving a puzzle -- that I would admit to being in awe.

:D Your post to MRandall inspired me. I tried to play in kind of an homage to your style. If we had pulled off an upset, I intended to cast my last vote "In the names of The Pirate King and Captain Morgan".
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