FALCONLEADER wrote:I view the dice or "dicing" as part of the game. Not fun to be diced,,,,but it is the game we play. We all play on the same map,,,,,and use the same dice. The only thing that has me scratching my head a lil is the seemingly high ratio of a single infantry rolling a hit when defending a dead zone territory,,,,
Rikler wrote:I Guess since my days here are numbered I`ll go ahead and share the knowledge of the secret weapon in my arsonal.
I`ve found that if I get white and my opponent rolls red on the first roll then most likely I am about to get diced. Sometimes this bad first roll doesn`t get any better and all units will be lost. Anybody who plays a lot knows what I`m talking about.
After a dismal 17 and 27 start I began rebooting games when I get this bad white/red first roll. When you reboot you get a new set of dice and the pattern is broken. About 90% of the time I get red dice and often my opponent becomes the one who gets all white.
The results have been devastating to my opponents and I have gone 35 and and 14 since I began using this deadly dicing technique.
I play 40 plus games at once so I have no time to think about strategy. With my dicing move I don`t need any. Unless you are a really good conservative player I will dice you badly during our game. I even managed to dice a few guys playing low luck.
I`ve found that if I get white and my opponent rolls red on the first roll then most likely I am about to get diced.
After a dismal 17 and 27 start I began rebooting games when I get this bad white/red first roll. When you reboot you get a new set of dice and the pattern is broken.
rikler wrote:When you reboot you get a new set of dice and the pattern is broken.
bmaster wrote:Not sure how you reboot to avoid the game saving the die roll, sounds like a good way to cheat. But in terms of how it plays out...
1)Are you sure you're not just picking the battles in a different order? This would preserve the same run of high/low die rolls, but might change who gets what. Done with precision, this could be a good (if very tiring) approach to cheat.
2)If you are truly resetting the dice algorythm by rebooting, then you're simply increasing your odds of winning by forcing re-rolls whenever you get a bad result. AKA cheating.
but maybe you were just joking?
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