Corrupt stuff-just a note
jeetchon at hotmail.com
Sat Dec 12 21:20:12 EST 1998
>Really? Who was it that set us up for the fall in the first place?
>Dark Dragon is almost inherent in the new cards; obviously, >somebody's
just waiting for us to bite the corrupt carrot, and the >other players
aren't the ones who made the cards.
They did set us up for the fall "in the first place". However, they've
taken note of our actions, and we've (pardon the pun) sucessfully
avoided fate. I was just pointing out that every post I see is getting
more and more paranoid of everything.
>No, because A tournament is only ONE player. That can be explained
Funny no one seemed to focus on that when Brad What'shisname won with
corrupt Gold Mines.
>Why did we (actually, Bujun, Puck, and a few others) start this
>movement? Was it because it looked like Dragon was going to be as
>honorable as ever, or because we were being set up for the fall? If
>it was the former, then your point is valid, since we began this >great
mission from our own nobility, and have no reason to change. >If it
was the latter, then "fear of reprisal" is what brings us all >together,
and we must maintain the standard that has brought us this >far.
I think the term you mean is "Fear of unwarned, unwarranted corruption".
The plan of making the Dragon corrupt was not because there was all
sorts of evil rampant all over in Dragon decks everywhere. It was
because every good story needs an interesting villian, and Hitomi would
have made an excellent choice. However, we did show that we wouldn't
just sit by and say "okay, please run our Clan into dust" and they
noticed. What I am saying now is that we need to maintain a good showing
of being clean and honorable. What I am also saying is that this is
starting to spiral into mindless reaction.
>Have you tried the Sri-Lankans? They have excellent tea.
They're excellent -in- tea.
Dragon Clan Cook.
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