Henry domerkant, please be careful. You opened with two scouts: one got one scout, another got my lieutenant. I immediately went forward with two pieces on your left flank. You scouted a captain and I continued building an offensive on your right flank. You blocked the center with unknown pieces so there was no reason to attack you there just yet–no information. Your captain on the left flank played slap and tickle with mine until you brought out another piece. You brought him up to my captain but did not take him because I brought out an unknown piece to protect my captain. You brought your captain up and we traded. I then attacked with my piece an discovered your colonel. I then scouted one of your front row bombs. Oh wait...how is that possible? According to you I never attacked anything. You then scouted my sergeant on your right flank. I then setup a number of moves to move in on that flank while you danced your pieces around in the center–I know, I know...you were waiting for me to make a move. Well, I did and found your miner. I then positioned my known sergeant against it.
In the center, you scouted my sergeant which you knew was next to my lieutenant. When you did not attack my lieutenant, I knew it was a captain or a major, nothing bigger. Why would I then attack you with a piece that I would simply lose for nothing?!?!? Back on your right flank, you moved a piece away from your miner. It was a risk, but I attacked figuring you had either a sergeant or a bomb behind your miner. I got the miner, you brought back the moved piece and chased me until it was trapped. You attacked my sergeant with your lieutenant and then I took it with my captain. What did you expect?! This was not a defensive play on my part, but a risky play on your part. What was I supposed to do, let you take a free piece? You then took my lieutenant with your captain in the ceneter and it was then that I revealed my general. You then brought out an unknown piece, but it was most likely your marshal or general. I moved my sergeant in front of it and you backed off. I then traded captains with you in the front row.
Oh wait...I just did nothing but shuffle and defend, and never made an attack. Henry domerkant...please be very careful...your repeated accusations are becoming a nuisance and are now bordering on lies.
The game continued much in this fashion–I was not merely shuffling and g holding back as you suggest. I positioned my pieces until I felt that there was good reason to make an attack. My lieutenant, if you recall, and I was down to my last one, discovered your marshal. I felt that it was a good investment to collect important information. By the way, after I revealed my general by attacking your captain to keep you at bay, did you do anything with this information? NO!!! You were waiting for me to make a stupid attack so you could get an advantage on me...I played your game your way...you didn't cheat...neither did I, you did NOT do all of the attacking.
Please stop this exaggerated, bordering on slanderous, discussion while you are ahead.
Edited by Gwynplaine, 22 October 2016 - 04:13 PM.