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chapcrap wrote:Do whatever you think you need to in game chat in order to win the game!!
The thing about saying things in chat is that no one knows whether you are lying or telling the truth anyway, so it's not a big deal, IMO.
ledrew wrote:What is the protocol for giving out location and troop strength during a fog game?
Saki wrote:Never be flippantly rude to any inoffensive grey-bearded stranger that you may meet in pine forests or hotel smoking-rooms on the Continent. It always turns out to be the King of Sweden.
ad10r3tr0 wrote:How many threads are we gonna have on this? My god, there's like 1,000,000 threads on it... look for one before posting another one, please for the love of god.
tkr4lf wrote:In my opinion, it's okay to give out general information. Stuff like "My, that's a big stack you have in East Africa there, red", or "Wow, a triple digit stack, blue!". Giving out exact information such as "Blue has 59 troops on Kamchatca" isn't right in a fog game, at least in my view.
BGtheBrain wrote:When desperate, feel free to make shit up...
"Hey red, blue has a stack of about 20 down here, i need some help"
then red gets all nervous and blue freaks out...
This should only be used when youre losing by alot. Youll still probably lose, but the chat will be funny... Also, dont make a C&A report when the person leaves you a bad rating for that...
JBlombier wrote:Our former webmaster, who made Fog of War possible, didn't have any problems sharing information on what is happening on the board when there's fog involved. So for me that makes it very clear as to what Fog of War was meant for. You can't see it, but can say it.
Game 10821239 for reference.
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