Posted by clarkin on 2011-01-27 00:28:26
Posted by studmandudebro on 2011-01-27 00:47:24
yo talk tooo spiro
Posted by Catalyst32 on 2011-01-27 05:19:39
So far no one is sensing this shift in the balance of dice?
I would hope both RNG's are legitimately "R" just not convinced yet either way.
Posted by Ancre on 2011-01-27 17:12:23
Maybe the apothecary rule changes gives you this impression ? With more apoth failure you have a higher on-pitch injury ratio which may lead to think your players suffer more in FFB than in Skijunkie's client.
For me it's the contrary so far - my high elves seems to be more resilient than before. But maybe that's just because I'm not scared of dragging my team's FF too low with too many losses and ruining my team forever :)
or I steal your dices. That can be an explanation too ...
Posted by Catalyst32 on 2011-01-28 06:32:36
That is it... you are stealing my dice.
BTW dice is the same singular and plural in English just a tip.
OK... good to see I am just not having much luck with the AV8 players. It would really suck for me if it was a difference because I love to play Humans and am really interested the new Dark Elves roster. Also some people have suggested to me that based on my style I should play High Elves and I am trying that too. Lots of AV8.
Though it hasn't been the apoth that is bugging me. I have just had too many Stuns, KO's, and CAS. More than usual I think.
Posted by James_Probert on 2011-01-29 22:03:21
dice is the plural.
die is the singular.
however, everyone (incorrectly) uses dice as both plural and singular.
Posted by Were_M_Eye on 2011-06-24 11:30:18
plural also dices: a small cubical piece (as of food)
Posted by Timlagor on 2011-06-24 18:20:14
There are a lot more claws about which may well be relevant.
Pretty sure "dices" is only valid as a verb (dies is a valid plural for some meanings however)
Posted by Were_M_Eye on 2011-06-24 20:31:08
Pretty sure Timlagor fail in reading. Or maybe a "cubical piece (as of food)" is verb in his language.