calyad wrote:Maybe that's what unled combat looks like?
Manic Oppressive wrote:I've gotta be honest, the prevailing thought to me is that Parson has a wonderful thing on his arm that no doubt told him the exact odds of this working. I don't think he'd be doing this if the odds were against him.
the_tick_rules wrote:Not guilty, by reason of he could kick our ass if we try anything.
rkyeun wrote:Roses are red.
Violets are blue.
Lipkin wrote:0beron wrote:Lipkin wrote:We know that all the units are lead, because otherwise they would be auto-engaging. My bet is one big stack.
Well as long as there is leadership in the hex, stacks won't auto-engage. The leadership doesn't have to be actually in the stack. But yes, the combined CWL and Wanda bonuses are likely way better, which is why we can suspect they're all stacked together.
Nope. Stack needs to be directly lead.
"For instance, groups of units get a stack bonus that maxes at 8, so you see a lot of 8-man formations. Stacks without a leader are forced to autoattack when in contact with units from non-allied capitals. I don't know how melee works without a Warlord in the group. With a Warlord the fight can be directed, or the group can choose not to initiate a fight."
OneHugeTuck wrote:0beron wrote:Zeku wrote:0beron do you at least agree that if Parson attacks right now, he wins easily?
No, I don't. I take issue with the "easily". It's possible he could, but far from certain. Certainly the MK isn't as organized as a formal side, but clearly they have certain conventions and enough co-operation to set up guards at the GK portal for a bit. I'd say it's guaranteed that those in the immediate vicinity will at the very least start fighting wildly without coordination. The possibility of them getting coordinated, and how many casters join in beyond that is what I'd say is up for debate.
If they work cooperatively, even without going so far as a link, Parson's force is toast, no question about it. If however they delay or there is any degree of infighting, Parsons chances of success are directly proportional to the amount of chaos among the MK casters.
Joe Dirt collapses the remaining pyramid ceiling and/or walls down on the GK group. Rock falls.....etc.
-WHY OH WHY- do people think Parson and a small group could 'easily' take over the entire MK that is full of low and high level casters?
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