Seems like Altair literally fell into the same trick. :)
But well, somebody suggested to feature more hand to hand combat so that's going to be next.
That sounds like you're just backpedaling.
@paladin: Sigh. Eleventh knows what technology you're using. Altair doesn't. Eleventh has no reason to respond to or defend against threats or abilities that Altair doesn't know about, even if he himself does, as a writer.
Again, did you actually read the post?
@paladin: Well, from the information we as readers and writers have, hiding your heat is useless. But Altair, in that position, would have had no reason to suspect that Lynx had information above a heat sensor.
What are you talking about?
@paladin: To be fair, tactics used to hide ones presence doesn't necessarily defend you against the technology being used. If someone's willingly obscuring their own vision I'd assume that my best bet was to defend against heat vision. Personally. A reasonable assumption.
Depends on viewpoint.
And in return, I may abuse time travel. But that's okay, there are judges ready to demerit me for every time skip that counts as a no-sell. Did that one I just made count as a no-sell? Probably. That's why we have judges to point and laugh at me.
Oh, and don't be surprised if Lynx has more equipment and weapons than what should be reasonable.
He has 4-dimensional pockets and other BS.
So when Lynx pulls an entire rocket launcher behind the empty space of his back... just roll with it, okay?
I already informed Eleventh about the abilities I have yet to cover in my bio.
Altair and Lynx fight in the dream world, under the rules of Dream Kombat.
Neither Altair nor Lynx met the other before, never even heard about each other.
Yet they meet in the world of dreams, forced to a battle of life and death.
Altair of the Creed, the Demon Assassin
Lacuna Lynx, the Ultimate Soldier
Battle Thread: [DK] Who the hell are you? [Lynx vs Altair]
Two strangers in a strange battlefield.
Who would win?
Ladies and Gentlemen, stay tuned!
are you sure you didn't want to write 400 and 300 meters square there, respectively?
A battle of wits rather than character's might, DREAMING KOMBAT is different from an RP in that is has judges and additional rules on it.
Matches take place in an a large arena, made of unbreakable and unbendable metal about forty-metres square, with a platform about thirty-metres square sat atop the square. At each corner of the outer square there is a tall pillar, perhaps seventeen metres tall, all made of this same indestructible metal.