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Trajectory last won the day on October 7 2016

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    Fear the wild
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  1. Sparkbomb: Mansionverse Saga

    "Yeah, I figure that's probably best." Traj eyed the group. It would be so easy to just take on one at a time... but he wasn't feeling particularly lucky. "I'll go after you, Star." [Action - Stealth] [Position - Second]
  2. Sparkbomb: Mansionverse Saga

    Traj shook his head. The spiders had gone down, but the 'bot was going to take some work. He flipped his new bat again, catching it by the handle. So be it. [Attack Spambot]
  3. Sparkbomb: Mansionverse Saga

    "I'll stick around with Star," Traj said, eyeing one of the webcrawlers dubiously. He picked up a beanbag chair and hurled it at the creepy crawler; partially to hurt it, but also partially to see if it would stick. [Item Equip: Foam Bat] [Party Formation - Slot 2] [Attack Webcrawler B]
  4. Sparkbomb: Mansionverse Saga

    Traj flipped the bat end over end, catching it each time, while he pulled up his stats in the menu. "Guardians and savants have the same strength stat," he pointed out, "and I think it makes more sense for the people standing in front - Rex and Nebiros - to up their defense. I think definitely you and Blac should have a bat, and I think iko as our only Hacker should probably take the third shirt." "Besides," Traj added, grinning, "we can always trade later."
  5. Sparkbomb: Mansionverse Saga

    Traj eyed the spoils. "Foam bats and T-shirts? Not the most elegant, but beggars can't be choosers, I guess." He hefted a bat. "I'd like this, if no one objects."
  6. Sparkbomb: Mansionverse Saga

    Traj blinked at the remains of the Webcrawler. He hadn't quite expected it to go down in one hit, but seeing iko wind up to punch it, then the look on his face when it fell apart just as he swung, made Traj snicker. "Heh, whoops." Glancing through the door, Traj saw the rest of the party squaring off against two more Webcrawlers. With the numbers advantage, he figured he could probably hold onto his last Snowball for now. [Join Front A] [Attack Webcrawler A]
  7. Sparkbomb: Mansionverse Saga

    [Engage Front B] [Use Item - Snowball; Target - Webcrawler] [Take Position 1] Traj resisted the urge to poke Khem's inactive form, instead eyeing the Webcrawlers in front of the group. He eyed his snowball stock - two left. Regardless of his dwindling ammo, though, it made more logical sense to take down the lone baddie and then turn on the single front later. "The sooner we take these creepy-crawlies down, the sooner we get toys. And I think we're all fans of toys, right?" Traj's grin could cut glass. "I'm chucking a snowball at the Lone Ranger over there. If one of you guys wants to punch it, that ought to be enough to take it down. Then we can focus on the trio."
  8. Sparkbomb: Mansionverse Saga

    [Action - Posture] Unsurprised, Traj rolled his eyes - the offer was made, it was up to Star to take it. He eyed both bots; if Rex went for the Spambot, both enemies were likely down this turn. "I dunno who engineered these buckets of bolts, but they did a really ######ty job."
  9. Sparkbomb: Mansionverse Saga

    Traj jogged along to keep up, leaving the wreckage of the previous encounter without a backward glance. He eyed Star's wounds with a wince. "Yeah.... we're not doing that." [Battle Formation - switch spots with Star (Accept? Y/N)] Traj rolled his eyes at Rift's reminder. "We know," he drawled, tossing and catching a snowball in his left hand as he eyed the enemies in front of them, "but some equipment is better than none. We can't all have fancy silver swords, y'know." With the damage they were taking, though - Traj hadn't missed that crit on Nebiros; Hope she's doing okay,, it would be better to end these battles quickly. To that end, Traj took aim at the Spambot in front of his party and threw. [Action - Item; Snowball] [Target - Spambot, Encounter B]
  10. Sparkbomb: Mansionverse Saga

    Traj whooped as the Webcrawler went down. Noticing Star pull out a Snowball of her own, Traj grinned and went for the Spambot she was aiming at. [Command: Attack - Target: Spambot] [Conditional - If Spambot is defeated, Attack Webcrawler instead]
  11. Sparkbomb: Mansionverse Saga

    [Action - ITEM (Snowball), Target - Webcrawler A, Encounter B] "Looks like it isn't just us that were depowered," Traj said with a grimace, eyeing the enemies in front of them with distaste. "If even Rift's been affected, something's really wrong. We're gonna need more than a few Snowballs and Fused Spark Minis to deal with this hacker - " Traj's eyes glinted, and he grinned like the wolf he wasn't, at the moment. " - and I've always been a fan of sidequests." The corridor intersection didn't offer too much in the way of mobility assists, but Traj fully expected Rex to take the front position again; Phoenixes were like that. Traj was fine with that, for now - he fully intended to stay at range. Winding up, he took aim at the more-forward of the two spider-bots coming at them in a group.
  12. Sparkbomb: Mansionverse Saga

    Traj raised an eyebrow and placed a hand on his hip, cocking it suggestively. "Sugar, whatever gave you that idea?" he drawled, eyeing the spambots curiously. The advertisements on them seemed to stutter and restart often - it didn't seem like they were too well-made. Still, it paid to be cautious. Traj slipped off the path and fanned out to the left, intending to [Attack Spambot B] after it turned on someone else.
  13. Sparkbomb: Mansionverse Saga

    Traj blinked at the bots that blocked their path. "Well, those certainly look unfriendly." [[This is probably fairly obvious, but I suggest Rex and Nebiros each head up a party and take point.]]
  14. Sparkbomb: Mansionverse Saga

    Character Username: Trajectory (Traj) Desire: Control the Weather Class: Savant Trait: Acrobat
  15. Tabletop Games

    Star, myself, and a mutual friend got through Pandemic: Legacy in the space of a month, playing for about 8 hours every Wednesday. We did poorly, if you go by the score at the end, but we also needlessly handicapped ourselves by playing (or attempting to play) the same characters every time, ignoring the changing landscape. We basically turned it into a mini-RPG and had a blast anyway. Personally, I really like the idea of legacy games. For those who don't know, a legacy game is a game that changes each time you play it - changing rules, adding rules, taking away rules, ripping up cards, adding stickers to the game board, adding stickers to cards, et cetera; actual physical changes to the game itself. The end result means it's hard to play the same game twice, but the fact that the game customizes and changes itself along with the players playing it makes it really fascinating to me as a game genre. I'm looking to pick up Gloomhaven next (Star, the mutual, and myself tend to gravitate towards co-operative games).