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Re: (TFT) Combined Offensive/Defensive Action

15 minutes of combat is way longer than any combat I have ever seen in TFT
normally under 10 rounds max 20-24 rounds so in 2 minutes I doubt fatigue
plays much of a factor.  Just saying.

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     Received: 12:10 PM PDT, 08/23/2013
     From: PvK <pvk@oz.net>
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     Subject: Re: (TFT) Combined Offensive/Defensive Action

       That's a neat, interesting, and relevant story. How tired were you
         attacking him at 11/10 for fifteen minutes? And how much of a role
         you say that physical condition has on rate of fatigue? Speaking for
         myself, in my 40's and not in very good condition at the moment, I
         notice that swishing my full-weight broadsword through the air a few
         times results in fatigue I can feel, though I wouldn't say it
         performance yet.

         And, I wonder what you'd say about your experience with the effect
         carried weight and armor ventilation have on fatigue rate, or the
         effect of air temperature or humidity?

         Of course, I notice in your story that you are talking about fifteen
         minutes of fighting, and him being tired but not incapacitated.
         Fifteen minutes being 15 x 60/5 = 180 TFT turns, a literal TFT
         mechanic would give maybe a 1/20th chance of 1 fatigue per turn for
         all-out defending in that situation.

         Which makes me wonder too, if you had fought him with real weapons
         and armor, how long do you think it would have been before he fell
         from wounds?


         --- raito@raito.com wrote:


         I have a stick-fighting story here. Once upon a time, we had a guy
who was
         pretty new. He'd just passed his authorization test and got his card
         (meant he could fight in tournaments). At the next practice, I joked
         we didn't need to take it easy on him any more. He said,"I'd like
         So I said OK. We hit the field, and for the next fifteen minutes or
so, I
         turned it up to 11. I doubt that I even bruised him, because all I
         up was the intensity, not the power. I don't think he even got off a
         single blow, because part of the exercise was for me to either shut
         down before he got started, or hit him before he moved. He got
         Notice that he got tired without making a single attack. So in my
         experience, it's entirely possible to tire oneself out while doing
         by defending.
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