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#1 Lord Invader

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Posted 18 September 2018 - 03:46 PM

That's a Colonel in the bottom corner... 

 

:D

 

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#2 GaryLShelton

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Posted 19 September 2018 - 01:54 PM

Ironic image. ;)

They never programmed the computer game with the HmmNess rule. It will literally chase you forever in some situations.

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#3 Lord Invader

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Posted 19 September 2018 - 06:19 PM

I know.  Just thought it would be amusing to see if I could do this before it chased me down. ;-)



#4 17761776

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Posted 3 weeks ago

The computer does sometimes do some awkward stuff like avoiding my known lower ranked pieces. I completely agree with GaryLShelton.


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#5 Lord Invader

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Posted 4 days ago

I like to use Computer-Medium to see what kind of interesting designs I can create.  Like this one (That's CM's Marshal in the bottom left corner). :D

 

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#6 Lord Invader

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Posted 3 days ago

Another fun one:

 

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#7 GaryLShelton

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Posted 2 days ago

Once upon a time, and I can't find the image for this any longer, there was a guy who only had a general left for a movable piece. He wasn't being directly threatened but he decided, for some reason, to move his general in and out and back in again between two of his own bombs on his own back row. Of course, he was then stuck by the 2S rule and unable to move in his turn and lost the game. LoL.
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#8 17761776

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Posted 2 days ago

Once upon a time, and I can't find the image for this any longer, there was a guy who only had a general left for a movable piece. He wasn't being directly threatened but he decided, for some reason, to move his general in and out and back in again between two of his own bombs on his own back row. Of course, he was then stuck by the 2S rule and unable to move in his turn and lost the game. LoL.


What is his username?

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#9 GaryLShelton

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Posted A day ago

I've no idea. It was ancient. Prior to 2015, I'm thinking. I actually did try to look but it's a needle in a haystack proposition and likely whatever image link is there wouldn't work today anyway.

Some very old accounts here might remember it, though.

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