The Far Botton Rung

9:52 PM

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Sep

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HEADBUTT

A Game of King of the Hill

 

CONTEST HAS BEEN LOCKED

The ZWIP Round

September 22, 2010

 

    ZWIP takes center stage!  It seems the rest have decided that HEADBUTT was a dullstrum... ZWIP just has to score a HEADBUTT while in the the blue and he carries his second Botton Banner home. 

 

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Dodgeball

Description

est. 2/12/07
A player may only advance or move on the board one space if the player wins that week, however, scoring a HEADBUTT in a fight gives the player a chance to HEADBUTT another player adjacent on the board.  This will send the other player  to a start square while allowing the other player or other players to advance or move if they won their fight.. Multiple HEADBUTTs within a single fight counts for only one HEADBUTT on the board. A HEADBUTT scored in a fight regardless if the fight is won or lost will allow the player to HEADBUTT another player that is adjacent to the player's square, either diagonally, up, down, right or left.  This will send that player down to the start squares and/if won their fight allow player to advance with the same movements.  A HEADBUTT only affects the player it is dealt to, it does not affect other player's movements.

Damage

Incorporated

 

The object is to get to the blue square and score a HEADBUTT while within it.   A HEADBUTT must be scored while within the top square to win and not the same week which the player would move into the square.  A player can not be moved from this square unless a HEADBUTT is scored by a player in a red square.  If a player is dealt a HEADBUTT, the player can not move from the start square that week. If two or three players wishing to position within the same unoccupied square all/or two win but do not score any HEADBUTTs between them, may not advance to that square.  Only a single HEADBUTT with a win  would break the tie.  Two players may wish to HEADBUTT the same player, but the player who post first will score the HEADBUTT then it becomes a Null HEADBUTT unless only one has won their bout as well.
If the player in the red square scores a HEADBUTT in a fight he may HEADBUTT the player in the blue, yellow, or red square back to the start position.  All ties go to the player in the lowest bracket.  Ties in the same bracket goes to the winner of the fight or if both win or lose, HEADBUTT each other would be a Null HEADBUTT. 1 2 Null HEADBUTTs would be strategy played out by those who would like to retain their position upon the board or hold another player, however in the event of a Null HEADBUTT, there can be no advancement or movement that week for both Null HEADBUTT participants even if both players won their bouts.
If the player in the yellow square scores a HEADBUTT in a fight he may HEADBUTT the player in the green, yellow, or red square back to a start position.  All ties go to the player in the lowest bracket. Ties in the same bracket goes to the winner of the fight or if both win or lose, HEADBUTT each other would be a Null HEADBUTT. 1 2