4 - attack down-right
3 - attack up-left
emlightened wrote:Soupspoon's 2 is officially the most out-of-the-way piece, being the only one in a starting hex.
I'm sorry- only just noticed the error in the latest gameboard. My 5 actually defended down-right, not down-left - should have noticed that earlier; sorry about that.
Can this be fixed?
How the Hex did I do that? I'm assuming a typo, because I tend to list 1…5,W, give each a move then just concatenate identical ones. Give me a moment.emlightened wrote:Soupspoon, you tried to make your 2 complete two different actions, so I recommend you change your moves.
Soupspoon wrote:MovesSpoiler:1: Move Down
2: Move Right-Up
3: Grab Up
4,W: Grab Left-Down
5: Move Right-Up (In case you're wondering, it's 'cos I originally wanted a run-up, previously, but now I think I need to be not-run-up-upon myself, from a cursory reevaluation of what I'd now be up against.)
[/quote]emlightened wrote:Deadline extended to 23:59 UTC on the 21st August for all players except emlightened.
emlightened wrote:Sopuspoon spends a lot of time grabbing their own pieces and moving them into each other in the lower-right corner. None of them move.
A warrior still counts as being “grabbed” even if they cannot move any closer to the performer of the action. All this really does is mean that in this scenario the green hex counts as being grabbed by two people and therefore does not move.
In which we find the warriors being targeted by the grab move (By finding the closest warrior within 2 hexes of all units performing the grab command. And discluding warriors that are being grabbed by more than one unit),
If the hex the grab move is performed on is free, the next hex in that direction is instead effected (if it contains a warrior that is).
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