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GeeksAreMyPeeps wrote:I can see situations where this might be a deliberate strategic tactic, and not intentionally annoying. For instance, Let's say I'm playing an Assassin Nuclear Trench game, and I'm comfortable that I'm not on the verge of being eliminated (nor is anyone else). I know who my target is hunting, and my target has a stack of troops adjacent to one of my spoils locations currently occupied by his target. I've got 5 spoils, and if I play my turn I'll be forced to use the spoil for that location. If I skip my turn, I can be reasonably assured that my target will take that location, hopefully with his entire stack. Skipping in this scenario seems like a fair play.
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