Blacjak

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  1. Sparkbomb: Mansionverse Saga

    On the way down the hallways of the east wing Blacjak sent a PM to Rex: Don't risk it for the biscuit, we can reach the east door. Upon spotting their opponent, Blacjak almost shifted to the back of the group as he felt his lack of Nerve getting the better of him, but he was certain a sneak attack could take out his opponent in a single blow. 'We can't afford to lose iko, best keep him in the rear.' Prebattle: Use Item- FSM on Blacjak Shift Position 2 Attack Webcrawler B Auto-battle, Attack Webcrawler C
  2. Sparkbomb: Mansionverse Saga

    Blacjak thought for a moment, "iko should go first, his survival is mandatory." Blacjak slipped into the shadows whispering, "I am the night..." Blacjak chooses Stealth, after iko.
  3. Sparkbomb: Mansionverse Saga

    The groupings I suggested have to do with the fact that Webcrawlers deal special damage and we still have snowballs for damage (which in fact deal more damage, and against a known quantity of opponents). The next group of enemies are more likely to deal less or equal special damage in favor of physical, Star has better Phys Def than our Savants. Either way, I'm not staying and our Guardians should split up.
  4. Sparkbomb: Mansionverse Saga

    Thinking to himself, Blacjak realized the foam "swords" he makes irl are basically just bats. He asked to pick one up and swing it around, trying to come up with a point of difference between the two that would legitimize his larping as anything but slapping each other with pool noodles. But alas, even in the virtual world, his ninja training would have to start with simplicity. "I'd like to suggest that Traj, iko, and Nebiros fight off this force, as they all have Nerves of steel, and our Guardians should be split. The rest of us can move on to clear out the Art Forum to resupply our Savants, before we take down the barrier. I believe our Graphic Tees should go to Rex, Nebiros, and iko (our only hacker). A bat should go to either Star or one of our Guardians, and I'd like one myself, but I suppose I can get by just punching my way through this." Trade Foam Bat?, Move Ahead.
  5. Sparkbomb: Mansionverse Saga

    Blacjak rushed after the Spambot, tackling it to the ground. He then delivered several deadly punches to it's face as he straddled the scraps of digital code. Hearing the sound of combat up ahead, he charged forwards towards the unknown. Attack Spambot, West Hallway.
  6. Sparkbomb: Mansionverse Saga

    "Sure thing, but I want some answers. What's going on here? I feel as if I'm late to a party I wasn't invited to." Blacjak rushed the spambot, knocking it back into the door with a powerful flying knee, then performed a front flip in the air in an attempt to bring down a finishing axe kick from above. Attack: Spambot Door
  7. Sparkbomb: Mansionverse Saga

    "Welp," Blacjak cracked his knuckles, "only one of us is making it out of this one, and I don't plan on dying yet!" Attack: Webcrawler Door
  8. Sparkbomb: Mansionverse Saga

    Desire: Become a ninja Username: Blacjak Desired Class: Bruiser Trait: Acrobat Having heard something interesting was going on at the Mansion, Blacjak logged in for the first time in awhile, only to find himself cut off by a mass of bots flooding across the front lawn. Instinctively he reached for his weapons, only to find he'd been stripped of everything he'd acquired over the years. Something was very wrong indeed, but by the sound of combat up ahead he figured it shouldn't be too hard to reach someone who could give him answers. Blacjak stretched his arms and sighed before dashing towards the bots, springing over their backs, and muttering "I am the wind, I am the wind, I am the w..hy is the door so far from spawn?" Move- The Front Door
  9. 13 Year Anniversary

    Oh gosh, now we gotta deal with teen angst. :hairflip:
  10. I'd also like to point out that this was advertised as an All-Stars game, and not telling everyone that it wasn't in fact a Werewolf game would be an absurd oversight of two hosts. Let alone the fact that it's in the werewolf forum and I cant even remember the last game allowed to be run on the Werewolf forum that had to specify that it was uninformed majority vs informed minority. All games with variations on this such as Amnesia were specifically highlighted, and forum games outside this spectrum are played in other forums like General. Also, there were 9 players.
  11. Werewolf Hosting and MCing

    I'm announcing that I'm conceptualizing another game, so if someone else would like to host before me, then please show interest in doing so. What I'm currently thinking of is a medieval themed HP/Level UP game. I'm interested in including some illustrations for clarity and engagement. Also, everyone will receive an NPC companion who will help guide them through the game and their role.
  12. Deadline was exactly the same as every other Werewolf, but with the added benefit of having time to allow players to change their night list after execution. Rift used his Kill power at the exact right time he should have. I believe Cel had missed the deadline to deathflag Franc, which is what she meant by killing him. Franc had actually protected himself that match however, and neither power would have worked. I think moving forward, I'll include lots of examples and basic strategy guides for the setup. Some might think that figuring out the game and devising the best way to play your role is a big part of the game. However, it's a common problem with my games that the players catch on too slowly, so I'll definately try the adaptation. I think this is why gunslingers went so well. With a public role, players had more information about the game and examples of other mechanics not gained through role trading, so everyone seemed to catch on faster.
  13. Execution gave a lot of information actually, and players could still play the game and support. You knew who won, and how many players supported each side. You also knew how many matches a player had won. From that and claims, it should easily be able to determine rough estimates of power levels. An innocent who lost a match against someone they thought was a baddie could tell you that that player had more than x power because they know their own power level and the boosts affecting them. The innocents also had an alignment dreamer, and name dreamer/heir/rezzer combo. The OMT suicides when he loses, and the baddies are unlikely to win if Head Honcho is eliminated, who has the weakest support power in the game. I had personally thought the baddies would get steamrolled by cohesive innocent strategy. Making Head Honcho fight more people is fine. It was obvious he was evil. But the innocents made no moves that I saw to form a strategy to defeat him or even attempt to support players going up against him. Supporting powers were the cheapest and could easily be spammed, especially once eliminated from fighting as they would have nothing else to spend resources on.
  14. Here's the google doc dump for roles and such. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1sLpQeio6U70cP1LS3zBcwaBwF8NxwAmgGIkTGM9vK0Y/edit?usp=sharing The only thing I think I would have changed is making Deathmatch's conversion a Unique power so that she couldn't use it if she ended up winning her first match, because it was basically intended not to happen. The main reasons the innocents lost was due to an extreme lack of power usage. A majority of powers were never used, most importantly, Support Powers. Sinical and Red also should not have been put on the Voting block again together, although even Cel was surprised they were still bound by fate. (If they fought, the loser dies) Red was a confirmed dreamer, confirmed by name dreamer heir, and also non-publicly a rezzer. I guess the OMT also didn't play at all so that probably took a bit of pressure off the baddies. Cel being supported (but also her opponent NOT being supported) meant that she moved on with her conversion still (which I should have taken away) and then Sinical not being protected meant that Rift could use his single trump card to kill him in the Match. If Cel had lost, Rock would have been converted. Both Sinical and Rox could beat Rock, and both were built to fight Rift, so his trump wouldn't have guaranteed the win, and I think the innocents probably would have won. If Cel didn't have her Conversion, then it would have been Rox vs Rift and Rox would have won if he had Support, but I had already told Cel that since it wasn't a Unique Power she could still use it again and I didn't want the potential to make the baddies felt like they lost unfairly by GM last minute rules change.
  15. Welcome to the Semi-finals everyone! The last few matches have been decided: Match 7: Sinical vs Rift Match 8: @Roxeon vs @Celairiel The winners of these two Matches will move on to the Finals. It's time to pull out all the stops on these fights, hold nothing back! First up, @Sinical vs @Shattered Rift! FIGHT! Remember to support your Fighter. You never know how powerful a simple word of encouragement can be.