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Is everyone on here stupid? The probability of rolling a 6 isn't as simple as 16% EVERY time. The dynamic changes once the condition is met. So rolling a 6 twice in a row diminishes further, and on and on.
So when an opponent rolls a single 6 SEVEN times in a row, and then continues to roll 6's throughout the game in singles and doubles, it just CANNOT happen.
Not to mention, when someone battles a high number army against another, you KNOW it will be a -X+1 because there's a retarded lag. Odds are, the calculation is too much, so it crashes, thus favoring the defender, which makes no sense.
Manually roll 3 dice v 2 dice ~60 times. The odds of favor for defender is virtually impossible. So when I get an -X+1 3 out of 4 times. THAT CANNOT HAPPEN.
Those BIG -X+1 blowbacks are supposed to be an anomaly (in mathspeak, it's called an outlier, something so rare, it skews statistical data, and therefore omitted, but observed).
If it happened once in a while, that's one thing, but more often than not you'll lose everything.
Lose the stupid animation, so we can roll in 2's and 3's FAST.
Retarded animation wastes WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY too much time. At the VERY minimum, allow us to DISABLE animation -- all of it.... ALL OF IT!
All SMG knows how to do is implement features that waste time. STOP IT.
There is NOBODY I have ever encountered that likes it.
SMG created the Jar Jar Binks feature of Risk.
We need the J.J. Abrams of SMG to right the course.
To the development team that implemented all these useless, time-wasting features: #$@! YOU!
do you even stat, bro?
Do you play Powerball? Nah I don't, either, I figure the odds are so stacked against me that it's a poor investment. Why, in fact, I recently read a Time article that they are 1 in 292 million, That's what I thought, it just can't possibly happen, no one could win with those odds. ;}
I'm disappointed that some of us have taken an opportunity to flame at the developers about all kinds of things unrelated to dice throw. Somewhere I recall hearing they were working on new algorithms. So why are they getting beat on after they've already agreed?
My extended family and I love the game. We play weekly from 3 locations around the country with a phone conference on the side. Keep up the good work developers! I like what you have done with a game I loved back in highschool. And all that for free. Thank you.