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Re: [SOG_List] SOG SR: 6/27 in Westford

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  • Josh Bluestein
    ... You re playing the role of a Knight of the Round Table. If Mordred wins the conflict, the winner is the person who contributed least to King Arthur s loss
    Message 1 of 3 , Jun 30, 2005
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      > From: Christopher Lockheardt <clockheardt@...>

      > "If Mordred controls more areas than all of King
      > Arthur's knights combined, then Mordred is the winner,
      > and the player who helped Mordred the *least* wins the
      > game."
      >
      > Whoever helps the winning side least, wins? Maybe
      > Wallace should retheme it as "The Ahmed Chalabi Game."

      You're playing the role of a Knight of the Round Table. If Mordred
      wins the conflict, the winner is the person who contributed least to
      King Arthur's loss (who helped Mordred the least). If King Arthur
      wins, the winner is person who helped King Arthur the most. Think of
      one as an award ceremony, the other as a blame ceremony.

      Josh
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