Triple 6 wrote:in please, around 2100 i believe
If a "piggy" loses, then a letter is added to the standings board next to his name. The first letter is a "P", the second is an "I", and the last is a "G" (thus you are a roasted PIG and eliminated after 3 letters).
If a "piggy" wins, then he does NOT get a letter.
The Roaster cannot "get a letter" unless ALL piggies still alive in the group win in their 1v1 games against him; if this occurs, the Roaster gets ONE letter. This applies regardless how many piggies are left in the group, even if there is only 1 piggy left.
A letter is REMOVED from next to the Roaster's name if he defeats ALL piggies still alive in the group in the 1v1 games. BUT, if this occurs when the Roaster does not have a letter, than NO letter is removed.
Once any player has three letters and the word PIG spelled next to his name, that player is eliminated. Clarification is provided with an example below.
Regarding the Roaster
It is good to be the Roaster, as you can select the map you play on, and the scoring system is geared in favor of the Roaster, as every player he defeats directly gets a letter. However, the Roaster can always be shocked and get a letter himself if each piggy defeats him!
Also, note that the Roaster is not a permanent position: the roasting stick is intended to change hands numerous times as players defeat the Roaster.
Games that are created with the Trench Warfare setting will also be created with a 30 Rounds Round Limit to avoid stalling stalemates.
Games that are created with the Trench Warfare setting will also be created with either a 30 Rounds Round Limit, or a 20 Rounds Round Limit if selected by the Roaster, to avoid stalling stalemates.
Roasters may select a Rounds Limit if they wish; in other words, Rounds Limit is considered a setting.
gummiente wrote:Great job, WC4J! And nice graphics
Good luck, piggies! Don't get too scared by the roaster's heat
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