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Thursday, November 09, 2006

I might have to write a bit about DiceWars strategy …

From
"Bunny Reynolds" <XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX>
To
"Sean Conner" <sean@conman.org>
Subject
DICEWARS!!!
Date
Thu, 9 Nov 2006 03:11:21 -0500

Okay, what do I do when I'm ahead by quite a few territories, it's down to two players, and we both have 8 dice on all of our territories? If I'm not mistaken, it pretty much comes down to the luck of the roll, by then. I try not to leave any frontlines vulnerable, but honestly! I had four head-to-head confrontations, and I lost all four of them! Talk about crappy rolls! Is there anything else I can do except try? Or should I just keep ending my turns, see what my opponent can do?

bhr (Oh, nice, it's 3 a.m. and I'm playing Dicewars. Thanks ever so. 8-P

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