zip_disk wrote:Technically the person who missed their turn is the last player to "do" their turn (Their action was to do nothing at all). So its not really a double turn. If the player who had missed their turn had showed up and done it, then the previous player would have been able to do their turn anyway.
Sir Gordalot wrote:This occurance is rare but I think it would be a quick fix... it usually only happens in freestyle team games... If one person misses a turn, at the start of the next round any one is allowed to play... This leaves the possiblitity of someone taking a double turn... I think the team of the person who took the last turn should not be able to take a turn untill the other team takes a turn
Gengoldy wrote:Of all the games I've played, and there have been some poor sports and cursing players out there, you are by far the lowest and with the least class.
jsnr75 wrote:A constant frustration in multi-player freestyle games is the missed turn. As part of the game, I know it exists, and generally plan on it with noobs (?'s). I think a small change in the game would fix the disadvantage caused by these missed turns.
Ex. In a three player freestyle game, I finish my turn second, and the third player misses their turn. I get punished by being the last person to take a turn and not being able to play once their missed turn is finished.
I know anyone can miss a turn, not just ?'s, but it seems to be them more often than not. My suggestion is either:
A. Code the game to not punish the person who took the last turn prior to any missed turn. This is a simple change (ok, I don't know that it's a simple code change, but it's a small change) that doesn't punish a player who finishes their turn earlier than other players.
B. Limit new players from freestyle play (They are probably going to get their arses whooped anyway if they aren't up to speed on Tools and Enhancements and leave frustrated.) I know this one is unlikely to happen, but would help.
jsnr75 wrote:I agree with what you are saying, I'm talking about freestyle with 3 or more players. It's not a tactic for the person who finishes second to abuse...he just gets hosed because of the player that misses a turn.
jsnr75 wrote:I think you are missing the point of the post.
I understand the abuse on 2 player games. Was a victim of it. Agree with what is in place.
In this case the "fix" created another problem because of deadbeats...mostly ?'s playing freestyle games. All I'm suggesting is keeping ?'s from freestyle games or setting the game up so that if someone misses a turn...it doesn't punish someone other than that player. How is it fair to punish the guy who finished his turn second because of the missed turn by the third player???
jsnr75 wrote:I have seen you and now Queen Herpes make similar suggestions with Freestyle.
But I'm not talking about taking away the punishment for the player that missed the turn, I'm talking about taking away the punishment for the player that played his turn appropriately.
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