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flatsix518
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Re: Rear charging in two stages

Post by flatsix518 » Mon May 27, 2013 10:27 pm

My feeling is that whatever the computer allows for movement and combat is legal. The primary reason I prefer computer play to TT or boardgames, is I don't have to worry about making an illegal move or my opponent making an illegal move.

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Re: Rear charging in two stages

Post by batesmotel » Tue May 28, 2013 11:08 am

The original bug was an artifact of making a move in a specific way that certainly was not the intended behavior in the game and needed to be fixed. It was more of an issue if only one player in a game was aware of the bug and was able to exploit it but it significantly reduced game playability and directly invalidated what the game designer intended to be the restrictions placed on making a rear charge. A rear charge that starts legitimately from a position behind the target will have the automatic cohesion drop while one that does not gets the improved PoA without the cohesion drop.

The bug was fixed nearly a year ago with the patch with the Battle PAck release at any rate so really is ancient history and doesn't deserve more rehashing at this point.

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Re: LoEG Open League

Post by pantherboy » Wed May 29, 2013 12:36 am

flatsix518 wrote:I was busy getting my tail kicked in Div D, Season 6 -- so didn't notice. I went off into pickup play land and skipped LoEG (7-8) until I could at least give most opponents a decent game. My recollection was that Super League was restricted to top ranked players. Maybe not accurate.
It was restricted to players with a league ranking whether high or low. It also required the player to provide a fixed army list for all matches. As such I wanted to avoid beginners as drawing from any list and fixing its composition meant you needed a good familiarity with the game. Basically play one season of league and then be eligible for the supers.

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From Stockwellpete and Aristides

Post by Aristides » Thu May 30, 2013 9:41 am

Dear All,

We (that’s Stockwellpete and Aristides) were having a good-natured chat about the recent goings on and we both realised we have a few regrets.

While we both think vigorous discussion is healthy, we accept that at times we let our frustrations get the better of us.
We would like therefore to apologise for offending anyone, specifically with taking up too much bandwidth in the wrong places and the occasional use of language that was, shall we say, stronger than advisable under the circumstances.

In addition, in relation to our own bickering, we have truly moved on – though we hold different views on many things, there will be no residue in the form of grudges or resentment; this can be destabilising in a forum.

With this latter in mind, we also both invite any reasonably-phrased complaints via PM should any Forum members wish to air grievances; we will listen without prejudice (we may not agree, but we will give an honest response). We hope in this way we can all move on and fully focus on the more important task of fighting each other on the battlefields of glory!

Yours sincerely, Stockwellpete and Aristides

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Re: From Stockwellpete and Aristides

Post by Sharkall » Sat Jun 01, 2013 6:15 am

Hello ! I missed most of the arguing and am still a bit unsure about what happened, but I'm certainly happy to hear that it's on the mend. Since I got introduced to FoG last year I didn't have any big reason to be angry or complain, and I really enjoyed the sense of community here. If it weren't for that I wouldn't probably stick to playing ... So I agree that fighting (on the battlefield not on the forum) should be the main way of solving conflicts here, and non-constructive arguing is not particularly useful.

I also hope that Eric's leaving is not long term, and he'll still be around here to provide those challenging (and sometimes very rewarding sometimes bitter) matches! I have tried to also send him a friendly PM but unfortunately it was disabled :( That's a bit sad, I've even ditched my usual horse racing form study for tomorrow for this ^_^

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First Polling

Post by pantherboy » Sat Jun 15, 2013 11:15 pm

I am asking all players (including past & those interested in joining) to indicate their preferences. The poll has been set up to allow you to change your vote at anytime so don't be too concerned with what you choose. Other poll questions will be appearing in the future. Please do not post on this thread but rather debate issues in the other threads of this section.

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Re: Obsolete

Post by oasis22 » Thu Jan 09, 2014 4:24 am

Mr P. Veal could you be less criptic in your tweet... thank you

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Re: Obsolete

Post by pipfromslitherine » Wed Feb 12, 2014 6:15 pm

oasis22 wrote:Mr P. Veal could you be less criptic in your tweet... thank you
Errrr, what? Or is your cryptic-ness merely a very clever piece of irony :)

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