Seamus76 wrote:Lol, that makes sense, but I guess I didn't word it correctly. I'm not trying to see what the other player has, just what is hidden from him. So any "hidden" terts might blink or turn a different color and then back, or even turn to a "?" and then back. Not sure that makes more sense though, or if it even makes sense to me anymore.
chapcrap wrote:I don't understand ender's response or how it would work.
I know that BOB allows you to see bordering territories, but how does is show specifically which territories your opponent can see without you having to inspect the map?
What would be great is if you could just have a view that turned your territories they cannot see into question marks or something like that.
agentcom wrote:Plus, no matter what, the most information you will get is what your opponent could see if your opponent had every single other territ on the board that you cannot see. I'll use All Your Base as an example (shocking, I know). You will almost never have any territs that have boxes around them in BOB because BOB doesn't know that (at least at the start of the game), your opponent doesn't have the territs that can "see" yours. BOB only knows that there are territs out there of which you don't know the ownership that could see yours if they were held.
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