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CroixFer
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Chaos Dwarf
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Chaos Dwarf
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60/7/19
Win Percentage
74%
Nurgle
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Nurgle
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51/9/22
Win Percentage
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Overall
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660/126/267
Win Percentage
69%
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2012

2012-12-20 14:28:31
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2012-11-19 16:25:19
rating 5.5
2016-09-07 09:25:22
13 votes, rating 5.4
but still there are times...
We all know sooner or later you will get a game in which the rolls are simply horrible, no matter how you play the game, there will be games in which you will face obliteration.

No matter how long it takes between two of those games, it will happen again.

No matter how rational you are, in your heart of hearts you know it, out of the blue, you will face the rough edge of the dice.

Might be it is just karma being balanced. When it happens, and you definitely are able to tell when it is happening you must relax and "enjoy the ride", because once it ends, you are ready for getting back to normal.

Not that I enjoy such happenings, but I learnt to ride them without raging and, as much as possible, without whinning. The reason for that is that once over, I feel more confident for my next game (usually I stop playing for at least 24h to let Karma cleaning up completely, just in case :))

I am engineer and a total disbeliever of the irrational, but still there are times...
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Comments
Posted by JellyBelly on 2016-09-07 12:54:44
Good post - I totally agree :)
Posted by Dalfort on 2016-09-07 17:35:40
rated 6 for karma...
Posted by Rbthma on 2016-09-07 18:21:36
yes, I rarely rage these days. Some ragers are entertaining and I have no problem with that - whatever you need to do to vent the frustration, but others can ruin the game for both coaches.
Posted by Mr_Foulscumm on 2016-09-08 07:32:32
Good blog. I rated 6 for goodness.