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The Benefits of Backlash

Postby Grain » Tue Jul 29, 2008 12:43 am

Or maybe it's not such a good thing?

Backlash after backlash, I ended up with a draw.

Or... maybe it's not such a good thing?
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Re: The Benefits of Backlash

Postby BlackMustang » Tue Jul 29, 2008 12:47 am

Rofl... nice nice. First draw I have yet to see. If everything went your way though why was it a draw :twisted: some people.
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Re: The Benefits of Backlash

Postby Moratorius » Tue Jul 29, 2008 1:05 am

One of the first ways to ensure a draw (doesn't work so well now) was if it's mid-game and your opponent knows you cannot kill his LeBeau'd AD enough times in one turn to close it, and you have no way to return it (except for a backup SC, such as Assassin)... he can simply rest every turn. You cannot damage his LP since he refuses to put out units for your ranged ones to take a crack at. hunthunthunt has done this to me once, and it was one very boring game... resulted in my first and only draw :cry:.
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