dkmaster wrote:With what josko and you did is just totally wrong.
You nowhere mentioned that you did game throwing to win the tournament in 2015 and you were cleared.
At that time you had no issues of doing that you even told you will repeat the same actions if given chance.
How is that different than what you are accusing IcePack and me are doing?
This is what happened back then in my case. Quoted from C&A
Actually it aint that black or white as you think Noo. I didnt suicide on you. It was a question of either loose or making an attack hoping to win instead.
But with your PM
"very cheap of you red. was not expecting this kind of play from you. and for what? stupid 50 credits? shove em up your arse"
I just didnt think you deserved a longer explanation giving up some of my tactics to turn around games positively.
We were 4 players stacking. Before my turn zips attacked and took out rcfritz. So I didnt expect him to be that strong anymore. He did trade in though and could set up several traps making it hard to take him out.
I was looking down at 2 pairs. Knowing that with 5 spoils next round and the fact that these 5 spoils were worth nearly the same as my troops count, I had to do something.
So instead of just waiting for you to kill me I attacked you and placed a lot of troops hidden at 4 castles. And that way hoping to survive another round being able to trade in my spoils.
I took a snapshot but I dont know how to put it in here so made an attachment were you can see it.
If zips hadnt been lucky to have a set he wouldnt have been able to take me out. You on the other hand still had a chance of taking me out either by yourself or if zips failed at taking a castle.
So calling it suicide and throwing a game are simply not correct. Had I wished to suicide or throw the game I would have attacked your stack full force instead of making traps at every castle.
I could have attacked zips trying to take him out. But knowing that if I failed you would win for sure I decided not to.
And yes ofcourse I made my decision from the fact that I wanted to win the tournament. Not knowing the fully strenght of my opponent.
But knowing as a fact that you would take down the game and tournament if you attacked me next round. I saw no other choice than to attack you and try to improve my situation.
And I will choose to do so next time I am in a similar situation.
Because why play a tournament if you dont play to win
There is certainly a big difference between this and what you and Icepack did
I did not send another player to attack anyone, and make him throw a game I was not even part of, to improve my chance of winning. Only you did Josko. That is a totally different scenario.
I did not attack another player every game from start of tournament. Making my own chance of winning the tournament to 0% just in hope of someone else from my tribe taking some points, or at least be sure that this player didnt score any point. That is even a more totally different scenario