> Hi all,
> We young-and-upcoming Oly: TAG players hearby challenge you
> old farts who have been playing Olympia forever to a
> fight-to-the-death battle. I'm sure that there are lots of
Been there. Done that. In fact I was on the Mandorian side in G6.
IMHO the TAG-variant rules for the Mage/Priest scenarios need
significantly more tweaking. For instance, there are Mage spells
with no purpose in a scenario where ALL the Mages are your allies
(other than to accumulate another point of max aura).
> you who have gotten comfortable with your vast powers in G2,
> and don't want to get soft in your old age.
> Scott Turner is starting a new game of TAG, the Mandoria (wizards)
> versus Imperia (priests) scenario. Check www.pbm.com/oly/tag
> for the gory details. I'd wager that there are some pretty good
Check http://www.olderdissen.com/pbem/tag6.html for a somewhat
different view of the gory details.
> TAG players by now who could seriously beat the snot out of
> most G2 wargamers. So let's see.
> The other two scenarios of this type lasted 150 turns (G3, see
> http://tagempire.virtualave.net for details) and about 100
> turns (G6), with the Empire winning G3 and the Mandorians (or Pen,
> depending on who you believe) winning G6.
> There is a G2-to-TAG primer at:
> and you can follow the links at pbm.com for some more tips/info.
> There is also a TAG email list at:
> (And Scott is considering letting you play free with only
> 2-4 nobles.)
> The gauntlet has been thrown down. Pick your side, if you
> are brave enough! (priests or wizards) If some group want
> to come in as a large team on one side, that would be even
> more interesting. If you dare chance the utter humiliation
> that you face at the hands of us young whippersnappers, that
> is. :-)
eh, sonny?? What's that you say?? SPEAK UP, I CAN'T HEAR YOU!!
<all bent over, one hand cupped around ear, the other holding bad hip
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