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Re: 2v2 replays archive

Post by anakayub » September 27th, 2010, 6:16 am

Haven't played much in a while.

Stole a game in between something called life.
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Re: 2v2 replays archive

Post by SpoOkyMagician » October 3rd, 2010, 7:56 pm

This had to be one of the best games I have ever played in a VERY long time... This game was so epic too. <insert indeed video here>. Just take a look and you will see what I mean. :D

http://replays.wesnoth.org/1.8/20101003 ... _(8001).gz

(This should be it. It should be 25 turns.)

edit: For some reason, it doesn't like the ").gz" go figure... (just code the url)

edit: Try this one...
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this should be it...
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Re: 2v2 replays archive

Post by Rigor » October 31st, 2010, 9:57 pm

same epicness goes for me, text will follow at some later time because now that ive fought like crazy im pretty exhausted :D
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Re: 2v2 replays archive

Post by Rigor » November 17th, 2010, 7:45 pm

ha, completely forgot to write that text :mrgreen: nvm maybe u can provide some feedback... here a cross-link to a B.U.R.S. game with just_end_turn:

http://www.wesnoth.org/forum/viewtopic. ... 95#p465695

was real fun :twisted:

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Re: 2v2 replays archive

Post by Pionsix » December 8th, 2010, 3:07 pm

Rigor and I play a game where we decided that muscular orcs have no place on the battlefield, likewise with skeletons. enjoy.
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how to handle players that don't understand defence

Post by ezysquire » January 31st, 2011, 4:48 pm

This replay shows the problems of playing with less experienced players who get annoyed at non-rush tactics. I copped it from team mate and seemingly opponents also!

Yet in the end, I won so was quite happy, although the lack of courtesy by not saying 'gg' is always annoying.
(in the match red selected undead at the start, hence my turn one recruit)

Be sure to read the chat!
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Re: how to handle players that don't understand defence

Post by Just_end_turn » January 31st, 2011, 7:06 pm

ezysquire wrote:This replay shows the problems of playing with less experienced players who get annoyed at non-rush tactics. I copped it from team mate and seemingly opponents also!

Yet in the end, I won so was quite happy, although the lack of courtesy by not saying 'gg' is always annoying.
(in the match red selected undead at the start, hence my turn one recruit)

Be sure to read the chat!
If you want your matches to have some downloads, you probably want to play in another map, Isar Cross is quite unbalanced. Also, Isar Cross *is* to rush, because there's no other way to have fun ina 75 hexes map :whistle:

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Re: how to handle players that don't understand defence

Post by ezysquire » February 1st, 2011, 9:36 am

If you want your matches to have some downloads, you probably want to play in another map, Isar Cross is quite unbalanced. Also, Isar Cross *is* to rush, because there's no other way to have fun ina 75 hexes map :whistle:
Winning is fun and depending factions, defence is often the best way to win on Isars - not rushing. But yes agree Isars is just for lols!

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Re: 2v2 replays archive

Post by khorne-flakes » February 19th, 2011, 12:58 am

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So here is a torturing and seeming unendingly clash game with a modality of really fast leveling and high producing villages, Rigor piloted arrogant loys, and me with orcs that got drunken, after his inicial success. Game tooke many unexpected twists,rigor got sliced at the beginning by being too overoptimistic and after tons of levelings and trols that leveled an entire dwarve army, we ended winning..

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Re: 2v2 replays archive

Post by Rigor » March 23rd, 2011, 12:06 am

Flexibility - Because having only one position and sticking to it is only for suckers. i read that on the internet so it must be true, haha!

Sometimes flexibility is the best against campers. in this game we got the worst imaginable combo against a very volatile gameplay (only fencers and thieves, nothing else) - yes u guessed it right - campy dwarves. and not only one type of campy dwarf, no no, TWO campy dwarves. we cringed in displeasure at the sight of the first guardsman protecting a village-to-be-ours.

Unbelieveably, dwarves retreated form this vilalge believing rightly we might be so pissed to see a campy gameplay that we would attack. the attack came, but it went deeeeeeeeeeep into enemy territory and consisted of annoying actions such as taking good positions and stealing villages. and not only that, but also THREATENING to steal villages. so we pushed and pushed the other team around until it was too much for them already. they attacked the duellists (nothing else was promising) during day, lucked out, killed another and got confident. but the very next retaliation from my side proved to be so lethal that it was gg at a very very early point of the game. see for yourself, dear observer, and keep in mind: stick to your strategy to confuse and subdue ur opponent completely!

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Re: 2v2 replays archive

Post by Faello » March 24th, 2011, 2:33 am

The games I like the most are the :eng: "recovery games"/"on-the-ropes games", mostly because they show the beauty of this game, are full of action and fun to watch too.

Together with sidzej, tekelili and Aethen, I had a pleasure to play one of such games on Isaar Cross and here's the replay from it (+20 turns). Since it was late, both sides have done some mistakes, but it's still worth to watch it just to see the amount of action we had there :) This game also proves why it's not a good idea to recruit a gryphon on a turn 1 on this map :whistle:

Have fun watching!
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Re: 2v2 replays archive

Post by Faello » July 7th, 2011, 2:10 am

I recommend watching this one,

It's a good, action-packed game played on somewhat underrated map, Paths of Daggers by the multiplayer veterans.

Have fun watching!
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Re: 2v2 replays archive

Post by podbelski » July 7th, 2011, 12:02 pm

Faello wrote:I recommend watching this one,

It's a good, action-packed game played on somewhat underrated map, Paths of Daggers by the multiplayer veterans.

Have fun watching!
I just don't fully get why green & blue surrendered :) never played MP

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Re: 2v2 replays archive

Post by Rigor » September 3rd, 2011, 8:17 pm

a really good game featuring me and Asag vs Kolbur and tekelili:

prologue: we just finished a 5 min game on xanthe chaos where so much unprobable damage was dealt in a mirror ud matchup that we could forget the game at turn 4-5 already. This time, we played clash with good tactical play from both sides - make up your mind who felt better about the situation in the end. actually i wanted to explain here how the game went, but instead i found this funny pic that will describe the relationship between me and my ally (just joking, we got along splendid) :mrgreen:

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Re: 2v2 replays archive

Post by peace » October 6th, 2011, 9:34 pm

This is a epic training game that CDeath and Tentacles of the Deep played before TGT3 started. I'm posting this, partially because some people think it's been a good match, but mainly because nani wants people to see he's not the only entirely crazy tentacle :D
Spoiler:
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