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Author Bash Report 16th April 2009
django
protector

Joined: Jun 05, 2007
Posts: 15
Posted: 17-04-2009 10:38   
BASH REPORT FOR 16TH APRIL 2009

It was all promising at the start. But Xabia was an early casualty falling to the Boar. I am not sure but I think she was the only one who died.

Leak was elected as Bash General. I think he tried to take charge a bit but, as he was given no prefix, no one knew who was doing all the shouting. Leak was deposed and replaced by Xarubbubel. I suspect this may have been because Leak was spending his time in the Tearoom but only CF can be sure of the reasons for overruling the election and imposing his own choice of puppet general. But what is certain was that there were ten players in the game of whom six were in the Tearoom. This was enough to open the Pag but CF very decently cleared the Pag Area of all the mobs.

The bash continued relentlessly, with one player in the Land dropping out, leaving with most of the work undertaken by Darkrogue, help by Richmond, who was doing his bit well as a Non-MU, and of course Xarubbabel who was busy mopping up all the rubbish.

Meanwhile Xrubbabel, taking a short cut across the Pag gardens came upon a tablet and decided it might be useful to read what was written on it. It could not be read as it was, so he picked it up. The effect was immediate and surprising.

On his way back he noticed six players plus CF in the Tearoom.

There was no evidence of any organised teamwork (is there ever?) but the three in there met up by happy accident to deal with the Keep and sort out the dwarfs.

At ten minutes to go there were just ten left, the Sea Life and certainly some bees and possibly the Spider but I cannot be sure.

And thus it ended.


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Armand
explorer

Joined: Nov 20, 2006
Posts: 530
Posted: 17-04-2009 15:25   
Just filling in a few blanks.. Leak had bash general title but lost it pretty quickly as he was attacked by Darkrogue and retired to the tearoom where he went afk. CF made a new bash general after it was realised he probably wasn't coming back.

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ilisity
cabalist

Joined: Mar 13, 2008
Posts: 46
Posted: 17-04-2009 19:36   
Suppose this brings us back to the point Roy made many months ago about the bash being a time for us to come together and achieve a goal .

I honestly think that pking in a bash should be disallowed . I can understand why people would want to attack a high level warlock/ mage . Pking detracts from the nature of a bash and in the end makes it less fun .

/leak

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Tharg
friar

Joined: Sep 23, 2001
Posts: 78
Posted: 17-04-2009 20:41   
I disagree - or at least I think pk-free and pk-allowed bashes are two very different things in terms of the player's experience.

Perhaps pk-free bashes should have 1/2 the rewards? That would be fair, I think.

Plus you / anyone could always play with a PP you know.


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Crazyfool
Wizard



Joined: Sep 16, 2001
Posts: 789
From: Llanelli
Posted: 17-04-2009 20:50   
Ok.

The problem with stopping pking is that Bash's become way too easy and people use it as an excuse to sneak. If anyone wants different events, as always just post on here.

Cf


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blib
explorer

Joined: Jan 01, 2007
Posts: 531
From: N.London (just)
Posted: 17-04-2009 21:38   
Thanks Django....

...Royston, this is how a bash report SHOULD be written.
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django
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Joined: Jun 05, 2007
Posts: 15
Posted: 18-04-2009 07:24   
Quote:

On 17-04-2009 21:38, blib wrote:

...Royston, this is how a bash report SHOULD be written.




Yeah Royston. Read and learn!
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django
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Joined: Jun 05, 2007
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Posted: 18-04-2009 07:40   
Quote:

On 17-04-2009 19:36, ilisity wrote:
Suppose this brings us back to the point Roy made many months ago about the bash being a time for us to come together and achieve a goal .






Royston's a sneak. Of course he wants PKing banned during a bash.
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blib
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Joined: Jan 01, 2007
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From: N.London (just)
Posted: 18-04-2009 10:42   
Quote:

On 18-04-2009 07:40, django wrote:
Quote:

On 17-04-2009 19:36, ilisity wrote:
Suppose this brings us back to the point Roy made many months ago about the bash being a time for us to come together and achieve a goal .






Royston's a sneak. Of course he wants PKing banned during a bash.






If Royston is indeed, a sneak, then he's the very worst sneaker ever to grace The Land!!!


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royston
ranger

Joined: Jul 14, 2007
Posts: 1217
From: Felixstowe, Suffolk.
Posted: 18-04-2009 11:37   
OI !!

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Armand
explorer

Joined: Nov 20, 2006
Posts: 530
Posted: 18-04-2009 13:04   
Quote:
Plus you / anyone could always play with a PP you know.



Agreed. The way I see it, if you're playing a bash and care about the points, then pking should be a possibility because no points should come risk-free. And if you don't care about the points and are only in it for the fun, then there's no reason not to play as a PP where you don't have to worry about pking. Paine seems to be doing alright with this concept


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caboose
cabalist

Joined: Oct 22, 2007
Posts: 37
Posted: 29-04-2009 22:58   
to put it quite simply (cause i am a simple person)
yeah


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