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[quote] On 29-07-2011 14:50, royston wrote: BASH REPORT FOR THURSDAY 28TH JULY 2011. To be candid this was not the most exciting Bash I have experienced but it was by no means the worst. We did not succeed in killing all the mobiles, of course, with just three or four active players for most of the time but it was a hearty slog that got the surviving mobiles down to 45. Gaia, using a different persona, a Warlock, was an early casualty to the Basilisk. It killed him dead-dead, so that must have come through fighting the creature. He came back in as himself but wisely remained in the Tearoom, not wishing to risk his Mage in a bun-fight. Someone, I am not sure who, overcame the Basilisk and just three of us put in appearance in the Classical Ruin, Folly the Necromancer, Holyone the Sorcerer, and me at Superhero. Kwee the Superheroine missed the business and I think all the others were in the Tearoom. Except that is possibly Gsix who was a bit of an enigma. It was, like I said, a steady slog killing all the obvious mobiles till we ran out of time. It was the difficult ones, as always left till the end, that survived: The skeletons, the Spider, the sealife and so on. I know I edged my score up to Champion level and successfully transferred to Sorcerer, only to flee twice from the Swan, lose 1K points, and drop to Spellbinder. Ironically I had a run-in with a real swan in real life on Wednesday. I did not recover those points by the end of the set despite fighting my way with Folly to the top of the Keep. Talking of Folly: In the distance, you hear the thunderous roar of a finger of death spell! *obit The following players have died in fights this reset: Crixas the protector, killed by Folly the dragon-slaying necromancer, (Raphael the warlock), killed by the basilisk. *In the distance, you hear the thunderous roar of a finger of death spell! I have no idea what the fodding problem was but, more to the point, what was a Necromancer doing killing a protector? This contrary to the two-level guide and there has to be a reason. It is not a serious breach as Crixas is an experienced player and being killed at protector level will have caused him very little heart ache. On a more serious note, there was the suggestion mooted afterwards in the Tearoom that one of our number made an easy kill right at the start and then hid in a single-player room for the rest of the set. This is very annoying behaviour which can result in players seeking to ?punish? such conduct for weeks after the event. The Bash-General should have sorted this out during the set but he was unaware of the problem. Maybe next time you should elect one who knows what he is doing. [/quote]
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