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Started by James_Nostack, April 11, 2005, 11:38:10 PM
Quote from: TonyLBOkay, let's say I want nuclear holocaust. I mean, who wouldn't?I try to do it, and you block me. I've just learned something about my future opportunities: You think that if I blow up the world, you won't find that fun. If you don't find it fun, I won't profit from it, win or lose.So tell me, why would I try again? Only if I were either (a) convinced that I know what you'll like better than you do or (b) I want it so much that I don't care if I lose tons of resources because you dislike it so much.Honestly, I think both of those are valid reasons to override your disagreement, if I really feel them. What do you think?
Quote from: VaxalonWhat do you think would happen to a game, if I were to play this way?
Quote from: Sydney FreedbergWhat John said. Actual Play. I know Capes is new, so there's not been much time for people to break it, but has anyone ever seen "bystander king"? Until we do, I'm not gonna worry very hard about his being theoretically possible.
Quote from: VaxalonI still feel that without a little more authority in the game, at some point someone's going to narrate something that another player is going to find gamebreaking... I came real close to that point when the person playing the Hulk narrated knocking over a series of buildings like dominoes in order to get at Trump Tower... It was all so absurd.