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Topic: Tournament is almost here - what worries you?

simplypeachy
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Posted at: 2013-09-20, 18:32

With Tournament 2013 almost upon us, I'm sure that participants may have worries about how well they will play. What are you worried about?

Personally, it's the fish. I need less fish. Anyone care for free fish? I can deliver them by the tonne!

Edited: 2013-09-20, 18:33

I need less fish :-(
Update: I definitely need less fish :-((
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SirVer
Joined: 2009-02-19, 15:18
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Posted at: 2013-09-21, 09:30

I am very worried about the technical side of the tournament - as always. Will the daily builds be available and work for everybody? Will everybody be able to join games or host? Will everything go smoothly.

I sure hope so. Looking forward to my games though!


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Nasenbaer
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Posted at: 2013-09-22, 18:29

My main worry is that I coded too much and trained too less. That was the case for the last two weeks and now the first games are already knocking on the door... I guess my Widelands skills got a bit rusty. face-wink.png

You know there is a difference between theory and practice face-wink.png


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Mars
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Posted at: 2013-09-22, 19:21

I'm worried about having too little knowledge about technical details in contrast to active developers, e.g. roads at the coast block fisherman.


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simplypeachy
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Posted at: 2013-10-07, 18:15

I'm worried about the unfair advantage that mars has over me for game 22. How am I meant to compete against such an overwhelming force?


I need less fish :-(
Update: I definitely need less fish :-((
_aD on IRC

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SirVer
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Posted at: 2013-10-08, 06:32

I wouldn't worry so much. It is clearly not a white rabbit, so it is not the Rabbit of Caerbannog. In case it really is - but disguised with dirt - be sure to bring your Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch and you should be just fine.


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simplypeachy
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Posted at: 2013-10-08, 11:42

RUN AWAY!


I need less fish :-(
Update: I definitely need less fish :-((
_aD on IRC

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Adamant
Joined: 2012-10-11, 16:21
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Posted at: 2013-10-08, 14:57

Where is it? Behind that Rabbit?


Ivan the Terrible is dead .. Genghis Khan is dead .. and I do not feel well, too.

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Tino
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Posted at: 2013-10-09, 09:06

New trunk build for windows: http://widelands.8-schuss.de/Widelands-bzrlatest-nomusic-win32.exe

Contains also the current translation, all Grammar Nazis* to the rescue! face-wink.png

* http://youtu.be/N4vf8N6GpdM

Edited: 2013-10-09, 09:06
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SirVer
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Posted at: 2013-10-09, 09:48

And for Mac OS as well: http://www.widelands.org/~sirver/wl/macos_daily/. Without new translations though :(.


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