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JGW
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 21, 2006 5:46 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Amicitus Primoris: *disqualified*
Void ?
Wind Storm 11-37-0
JGW Perishable 16-42-3
Steel Legion 23-22-0

Desolate Empire:

Desolate Temple 37-23-3
Agents of Osiris 27-23-3

Lakerfan-Independant:

Men of Honor 28-22-4

Mannequin-Independant

Mannequin's Best 37-22-7
Lab Experiments 40-20-9
Sweordmasters 37-27-5

Otis the Drunk-Independant

Roman Empire 28-29-3
Death's Door 30-30-0

SwineTiger-Independant

She's Crafty 26-32-3

Var-Independant

Dragonlance 27-27-1

Iron Council:

Live From Moscow! 28-28-0
Poker Greats 31-28-2

LBA:

Sea Dogs 35-18-1



This should be an interesting round for the top spot. Will Sea Dogs sit and see if Mannequin's Best can catch up percentage wise and gain the top spot for the prize, or will he decide to make it work for the contest?

Congratulations for all that participated and I will have the ranks next turn and let RSI know who is the winner of the contest. Congratulations to all that participated.

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Mannequin
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 21, 2006 6:40 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

JGW wrote:


Mannequin-Independant

Mannequin's Best 37-22-7
Lab Experiments 40-20-9
Sweordmasters 37-27-5



Sea Dogs 35-18-1



This should be an interesting round for the top spot. Will Sea Dogs sit and see if Mannequin's Best can catch up percentage wise and gain the top spot for the prize, or will he decide to make it work for the contest?



I hope he does sit out. It isn't Mannequin's Best he has to worry about -- Lab Experiments is AHEAD of Sea Dogs (.667 to .660). Question is, how many of the Lab Experiments did I run this turn? Wink

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 22, 2006 2:26 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Mannequin wrote:
JGW wrote:


Mannequin-Independant

Mannequin's Best 37-22-7
Lab Experiments 40-20-9
Sweordmasters 37-27-5



Sea Dogs 35-18-1



This should be an interesting round for the top spot. Will Sea Dogs sit and see if Mannequin's Best can catch up percentage wise and gain the top spot for the prize, or will he decide to make it work for the contest?



I hope he does sit out. It isn't Mannequin's Best he has to worry about -- Lab Experiments is AHEAD of Sea Dogs (.667 to .660). Question is, how many of the Lab Experiments did I run this turn? Wink

Mannequin


Go get 'em KILLER!

Soultaker got his in 13 (and 60 - the jerk!)
we got ours in 52
Mannequin gets his in 1?
(If he doesn't, can he run with the big dogs anymore?)

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 22, 2006 7:35 am Reply with quoteBack to top

The Consortium wrote:
Mannequin wrote:
JGW wrote:


Mannequin-Independant

Mannequin's Best 37-22-7
Lab Experiments 40-20-9
Sweordmasters 37-27-5



Sea Dogs 35-18-1



This should be an interesting round for the top spot. Will Sea Dogs sit and see if Mannequin's Best can catch up percentage wise and gain the top spot for the prize, or will he decide to make it work for the contest?



I hope he does sit out. It isn't Mannequin's Best he has to worry about -- Lab Experiments is AHEAD of Sea Dogs (.667 to .660). Question is, how many of the Lab Experiments did I run this turn? Wink

Mannequin


Go get 'em KILLER!

Soultaker got his in 13 (and 60 - the jerk!)
we got ours in 52
Mannequin gets his in 1?
(If he doesn't, can he run with the big dogs anymore?)


LOL!

If I don't I'll consider starting a new alliance with Manager -- we will call it the "Bridesmaid Alliance". Embarassed
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JGW
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 22, 2006 8:12 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Mannequin wrote:
JGW wrote:


Mannequin-Independant

Mannequin's Best 37-22-7
Lab Experiments 40-20-9
Sweordmasters 37-27-5



Sea Dogs 35-18-1



This should be an interesting round for the top spot. Will Sea Dogs sit and see if Mannequin's Best can catch up percentage wise and gain the top spot for the prize, or will he decide to make it work for the contest?



I hope he does sit out. It isn't Mannequin's Best he has to worry about -- Lab Experiments is AHEAD of Sea Dogs (.667 to .660). Question is, how many of the Lab Experiments did I run this turn? Wink

Mannequin


Thank you for pointing that out. I missed that when glossing over it after a few drinks during the game yesterday. Cry

Does change the question a little bit, to say the least.

BTW, STOP KILLING MY WARRIORS YOU BEAST!Twisted Evil

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 22, 2006 8:38 am Reply with quoteBack to top

JGW wrote:
Mannequin wrote:
JGW wrote:


Mannequin-Independant

Mannequin's Best 37-22-7
Lab Experiments 40-20-9
Sweordmasters 37-27-5



Sea Dogs 35-18-1



This should be an interesting round for the top spot. Will Sea Dogs sit and see if Mannequin's Best can catch up percentage wise and gain the top spot for the prize, or will he decide to make it work for the contest?



I hope he does sit out. It isn't Mannequin's Best he has to worry about -- Lab Experiments is AHEAD of Sea Dogs (.667 to .660). Question is, how many of the Lab Experiments did I run this turn? Wink

Mannequin


Thank you for pointing that out. I missed that when glossing over it after a few drinks during the game yesterday. Cry

Does change the question a little bit, to say the least.

BTW, STOP KILLING MY WARRIORS YOU BEAST!Twisted Evil


A few drinks after reading your turn will help you "gloss over your results" as well. Or, you could just avoid my warriors like the plague. Twisted Evil

Mannequin (who is surprised that his team's are not the most avoided every turn but proud of his competition for not running)
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 22, 2006 3:17 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

I never avoid.. don't like running.. If a warrior dies he doesn't deserve to live.. if he makes it out of the dead tourney I figure he learned his lesson.

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JGW
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PostPosted: Sun Oct 22, 2006 6:33 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Seraphim53 wrote:
I never avoid.. don't like running.. If a warrior dies he doesn't deserve to live.. if he makes it out of the dead tourney I figure he learned his lesson.


I use the avoids as a tactical response. If I think someone is coming and I want to get a better matchup (expecially against another warrior of the person I think is coming) I will use it. It's never a "fear factor." I think Mannequin will tell you I've challenged a few of his warriors and he's challenged a few of mine. Now, who's gotten the best of the situation.... Confused

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 29, 2006 11:34 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Hello everyone! I'm briefly online today. I do very much want to appologize for being MIA, but finances just didn't permit me to continue to fork out for the costs. My teams may have continued on maintenance, but I'm certain RSI has shut them down by now.

I hope to be back on top of things and involved with my home arena of Mordant once again sometime by New Year's Day. That said, it is my intention to attend the Winter Face, if only for a token appearance, warrior-wise.

I am not online, so any replies of mine will be sporadic and untimely, at best.

Fare thee well until my return, and congratulations to the victors!!

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 29, 2006 1:08 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

A SIGHTING! WHOA! It's like spotting a Sasquatch!

Good to hear from you, can't wait for your return.

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