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Chris Damour
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PostPosted: Thu May 02, 2002 6:47 pm    Post subject: Zen Ancients...


On Thu, 2 May 2002, Todd Kaeser wrote:
> Nevermind he's got stones the size of beach balls b/c
> he'll test his troops in any situation to get them to
> charge - and most of the time he passes w/ D's.
'Ya just have to have faith in your troops Todd. Besides, usually
when I take the waver it is (usually) because of the fact that if my guys
are not charging in impetuously I will lose the game anyway.
Finally, I seem to recall that you passed a bunch of uneasy wavers
with your longbowmen last year in the team game that we played.

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Todd Kaeser
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PostPosted: Thu May 02, 2002 9:36 pm    Post subject: Re: Zen Ancients...


Chris,

I also remember failing 6-7 in a row with my Aztec
steady "B" class troops in our NICT final game. While
your bondi and huscarls passed numerous waver tests
time and time again - sigh...

Todd


--- damourc <damourc@...> wrote:
> On Thu, 2 May 2002, Todd Kaeser wrote:
> > Nevermind he's got stones the size of beach balls
> b/c
> > he'll test his troops in any situation to get them
> to
> > charge - and most of the time he passes w/ D's.
> 'Ya just have to have faith in your troops
> Todd. Besides, usually
> when I take the waver it is (usually) because of the
> fact that if my guys
> are not charging in impetuously I will lose the game
> anyway.
> Finally, I seem to recall that you passed a
> bunch of uneasy wavers
> with your longbowmen last year in the team game that
> we played.
>
> --
> Chris Damour
>
>


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PostPosted: Thu May 02, 2002 10:09 pm    Post subject: RE: Zen Ancients...


Oooooh. Don't get ME started on Chris' ability to pass waver checks. I
recall with hatred how he passed 23 in a row ( I kept tally), needing a 3 or
better. I got so frustrated I insisted he use another die, which on the last
turn he promptly failed four checks in a row to give me the win. He recently
gave me the die as a momento, BTW. I have crushed it into powder and soaked
in holy water. Do you hear me, Chris? It's GONE!! BANISHED. SENT BACK TO
HELL!!! BWAAHAAAHHHAA...Hmmm? What are those guys with white coats coming
towards me for? But I'm not finished y......

-----Original Message-----
From: Todd Kaeser [mailto:hailkaeser@...]
Sent: Thursday, May 02, 2002 2:36 PM
To: WarriorRules@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [WarriorRules] Zen Ancients...


Chris,

I also remember failing 6-7 in a row with my Aztec
steady "B" class troops in our NICT final game. While
your bondi and huscarls passed numerous waver tests
time and time again - sigh...

Todd


--- damourc <damourc@...> wrote:
> On Thu, 2 May 2002, Todd Kaeser wrote:
> > Nevermind he's got stones the size of beach balls
> b/c
> > he'll test his troops in any situation to get them
> to
> > charge - and most of the time he passes w/ D's.
> 'Ya just have to have faith in your troops
> Todd. Besides, usually
> when I take the waver it is (usually) because of the
> fact that if my guys
> are not charging in impetuously I will lose the game
> anyway.
> Finally, I seem to recall that you passed a
> bunch of uneasy wavers
> with your longbowmen last year in the team game that
> we played.
>
> --
> Chris Damour
>
>


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