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Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« on: December 08, 2011, 11:21:10 pm »
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Submit your favorite Isotropic moments of 2011 here.  It can be funny, incredible, unlucky, epic, epic fail -- anything that is out of the ordinary, we want to see it!
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« Reply #1 on: December 12, 2011, 09:19:28 am »
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I'll start it off!

It was a Tournament game, and I started turn 13 with no provinces.  In fact, my score was -3 at that point.  By the end of the turn I had all 5 Prizes, bought all 7 remaining Provinces, all the Duchies, and all but one remaining Estate.

http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20111122-191722-51bd9f23.html#chogg-show-turn-13

Gaining all 5 Prizes on a single turn which I started with no Provinces is what I think makes this game noteworthy.
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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #2 on: December 12, 2011, 09:51:47 am »
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I'll start it off!

It was a Tournament game, and I started turn 13 with no provinces.  In fact, my score was -3 at that point.  By the end of the turn I had all 5 Prizes, bought all 7 remaining Provinces, all the Duchies, and all but one remaining Estate.

http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20111122-191722-51bd9f23.html#chogg-show-turn-13

Gaining all 5 Prizes on a single turn which I started with no Provinces is what I think makes this game noteworthy.
Epic turn, I wonder how much the Diadem was worth...
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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #3 on: December 12, 2011, 09:55:02 am »
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I'll start it off!

It was a Tournament game, and I started turn 13 with no provinces.  In fact, my score was -3 at that point.  By the end of the turn I had all 5 Prizes, bought all 7 remaining Provinces, all the Duchies, and all but one remaining Estate.

http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20111122-191722-51bd9f23.html#chogg-show-turn-13

Gaining all 5 Prizes on a single turn which I started with no Provinces is what I think makes this game noteworthy.
Epic turn, I wonder how much the Diadem was worth...

$27+2 I think.

Edit: But one could have gotten some more by Trusty Steed, which was played for cards/$ despite empty deck.
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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #4 on: December 12, 2011, 09:58:43 am »
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I'll start it off!

It was a Tournament game, and I started turn 13 with no provinces.  In fact, my score was -3 at that point.  By the end of the turn I had all 5 Prizes, bought all 7 remaining Provinces, all the Duchies, and all but one remaining Estate.

http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20111122-191722-51bd9f23.html#chogg-show-turn-13

Gaining all 5 Prizes on a single turn which I started with no Provinces is what I think makes this game noteworthy.
Epic turn, I wonder how much the Diadem was worth...

$27+2 I think.

Edit: But one could have gotten some more by Trusty Steed, which was played for cards/$ despite empty deck.
Yeah, I saw that as well, but didn't want to be nitpicky.
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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #5 on: December 12, 2011, 10:02:45 am »
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Heh, I had the exact same Pirate Ship/Tunnel thing happen to me, except my opponent quit 5 turns later instead of right away. I have no idea what game it was in though, and I doubt having the same exact thing would be too interesting.
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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #6 on: December 12, 2011, 10:34:19 am »
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Of all the games I've played, this is the one I like to talk about the most. I've never been so utterly crushed.

http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20110717-080950-b591d48a.html
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« Reply #7 on: December 12, 2011, 10:42:00 am »
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Not sure if this was on the list last year but here it is.

With a little  help of my opponents Council Rooms I managed to make coppers worth 10$, played 11 of them and had enough buys to buy all Provinces.

http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20110814-051047-aaca0cb2.html
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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #8 on: December 12, 2011, 10:44:27 am »
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Not sure if this was on the list last year but here it is.

With a little  help of my opponents Council Rooms I managed to make coppers worth 10$, played 11 of them and had enough buys to buy all Provinces.

http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20110814-051047-aaca0cb2.html

Yeah, it was played in August (the part of the URL that says 20110814 gives the date it was played)

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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #9 on: December 12, 2011, 10:49:13 am »
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It was on the list last time, which seems to me as the answer to his question.
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« Reply #10 on: December 12, 2011, 11:01:35 am »
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I think the first ever game with a depleted Gold pile (due to heavy Tunneling) deserves a spot.

This was mine: http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20111205-055307-da61f400.html
Provinces were gone as well, but hey.

Last turn:
Code: [Select]
  --- Davio's turn 19 ---
   Davio plays a Golem.
   ... (Davio reshuffles.)
   ... revealing a Gold, a Copper, a Gold, a Gold, a Silver, a Copper, a Copper, a Gold, a Gold, an Estate, a Copper, an Estate, a Copper, a Tunnel, a Gold, a Copper, a Province, a Gold, a Copper, a Gold, a Tunnel, a Tunnel, a Gold, a Golem, a Gold, an Estate, a Gold, a Duchy, a Gold, a Gold, a Tunnel, a Margrave, a Duchy, a Province, a Province, a Gold, a Potion, and a Gold.
   ... discarding the 2 Duchies, the 4 Tunnels, the 3 Provinces, the Silver, the 3 Estates, the 7 Coppers, the Potion, the 15 Golds, and the Golem.
   ... ... revealing a Tunnel and gaining a Gold.
   ... ... revealing a Tunnel and gaining a Gold.
   ... ... revealing a Tunnel and gaining a Gold.
   ... ... revealing a Tunnel and gaining a Gold.
   ... playing the Margrave first.
   ... ... (Davio reshuffles.)
   ... ... drawing 3 cards and getting +1 buy.
   ... ... Joy draws 1 card.
   ... ... Joy discards 3 cards.
   ... playing no other action card.
   Davio plays 4 Golds.
   Davio buys a Province.
   Davio buys an Estate.
   (Davio draws: 2 Coppers, an Estate, a Gold, and a Golem.)

All Provinces are gone.
Davio wins!
I ended up with 21/30 Golds that game.


If anyone has a better example of heavy Tunneling/Gold depletion, please post.
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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #11 on: December 12, 2011, 11:13:02 am »
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Not a better example, but a notable one for me.

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First plays a Loan.
... drawing and revealing 5 Tunnels and then a Copper.
... trashing the Copper.
... discarding 5 Tunnels.
... ... revealing a Tunnel and gaining a Gold.
... ... revealing a Tunnel and gaining a Gold.
... ... revealing a Tunnel and gaining a Gold.
... ... revealing a Tunnel and gaining a Gold.
... ... revealing a Tunnel and gaining a Gold.
http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20111127-223415-a1013f10.html

Without Loan I would have a dead hand of five Tunnels next turn.
Let's see if anyone can beat this without using Golem  ;D

Talking about depletion besides Gold, there was a game with zero Silver in the supply with help from Trader. What is interesting is, my opponent played Trader to trash his Gardens, and only gained one Silver because there were no more.

http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20111202-074932-eb9806fb.html#lespeutere-show-turn-19

This game has the most consecutive turns playing Masquerades for me. I only had 2 Masquerades, but kept chaining them from turn 3 to 13, where the chain broke in turn 14 because I drew Masquerade/Gold/Gold/Plat/Colony

http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20111129-123043-bff74e89.html
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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #12 on: December 12, 2011, 11:16:43 am »
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I don't know if this deserves a mention, but I post it anyway ;)

In this game I had fun with a Remake / Border Village / Ill-Gotten-Gains combo.
In turn 12 and in turn 16 I suceeded to give out 2 curses by playing 1 card.
http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20111117-151219-37b48cd0.html#Qvist-show-turn-12

Code: [Select]
Qvist plays a Remake.
... trashing an Ill-Gotten Gains.
... gaining a Border Village.
... ... gaining an Ill-Gotten Gains.
... ... ... JetteSetLiving gains a Curse.
... trashing an Ill-Gotten Gains.
... gaining a Border Village.
... ... gaining an Ill-Gotten Gains.
... ... ... JetteSetLiving gains a Curse.

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« Reply #13 on: December 12, 2011, 11:59:52 am »
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I think the first ever game with a depleted Gold pile (due to heavy Tunneling) deserves a spot.

This was mine: http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20111205-055307-da61f400.html
Provinces were gone as well, but hey.

Last turn:
Code: [Select]
  --- Davio's turn 19 ---
   Davio plays a Golem.
   ... (Davio reshuffles.)
   ... revealing a Gold, a Copper, a Gold, a Gold, a Silver, a Copper, a Copper, a Gold, a Gold, an Estate, a Copper, an Estate, a Copper, a Tunnel, a Gold, a Copper, a Province, a Gold, a Copper, a Gold, a Tunnel, a Tunnel, a Gold, a Golem, a Gold, an Estate, a Gold, a Duchy, a Gold, a Gold, a Tunnel, a Margrave, a Duchy, a Province, a Province, a Gold, a Potion, and a Gold.
   ... discarding the 2 Duchies, the 4 Tunnels, the 3 Provinces, the Silver, the 3 Estates, the 7 Coppers, the Potion, the 15 Golds, and the Golem.
   ... ... revealing a Tunnel and gaining a Gold.
   ... ... revealing a Tunnel and gaining a Gold.
   ... ... revealing a Tunnel and gaining a Gold.
   ... ... revealing a Tunnel and gaining a Gold.
   ... playing the Margrave first.
   ... ... (Davio reshuffles.)
   ... ... drawing 3 cards and getting +1 buy.
   ... ... Joy draws 1 card.
   ... ... Joy discards 3 cards.
   ... playing no other action card.
   Davio plays 4 Golds.
   Davio buys a Province.
   Davio buys an Estate.
   (Davio draws: 2 Coppers, an Estate, a Gold, and a Golem.)

All Provinces are gone.
Davio wins!
I ended up with 21/30 Golds that game.


If anyone has a better example of heavy Tunneling/Gold depletion, please post.

I depleted golds once not due to Tunnel, but due to Hoard; ended up with 27/30 of them.  (Does it count if 26 of these were gained on the final turn and never saw any action?)

http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20111130-181516-71d0a7c5.html

The game was interesting because the ingredients were there for a megaturn (King's Court, Bridge, Smithy), but there were NO +Actions cards of any kind, not even +1 Action.

http://www.dominiondeck.com/games/no-trashing-no-actions

However, the Royal Seal let me top-deck KC/KC/Smithy/Smithy/Smithy on my next-to-last turn, all but guaranteeing I could draw my whole deck for the last turn.  Not to mention, my next five hands would have consisted of only Golds (plus a Duchy where I misclicked).

EDIT: I wonder what's the most Gold anyone has obtained? 27/30 is pretty close to PileDriver.  Seems unlikely anyone could get ALL the gold, unless the opponent is just awful (or is using some alternative strategy).
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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #14 on: December 12, 2011, 12:21:51 pm »
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I call this the tie to end all ties: http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20111007-174917-ee4f9c5c.html

#1 Robz888: 45 points (3 Provinces, 4 Duchies, 4 Harems, 4 Great Halls, and 3 Estates); 24 turns
         opening: Bazaar / nothing
         [40 cards] 4 Great Halls, 4 Harems, 3 Hoards, 2 Bazaars, 1 Envoy, 1 Moneylender, 2 Coppers, 1 Silver, 12 Golds, 3 Estates, 4 Duchies, 3 Provinces

#1 rakovsky: 45 points (3 Provinces, 4 Duchies, 4 Harems, 4 Great Halls, and 3 Estates); 24 turns
          opening: Bazaar / nothing
          [40 cards] 4 Great Halls, 4 Harems, 3 Hoards, 2 Bazaars, 1 Envoy, 1 Moneylender, 2 Coppers, 1 Silver, 12 Golds, 3 Estates, 4 Duchies, 3 Provinces
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« Reply #15 on: December 12, 2011, 12:38:40 pm »
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http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20111117-094516-853f6b58.html#cybaster-show-turn-3

This is my first time to open with moneylender but without any copper > <

--- cybaster's turn 3 ---
cybaster plays 5 Coppers.
cybaster buys a Potion.
(cybaster draws: 3 Estates, a Loan, and a Moneylender.)
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« Reply #16 on: December 12, 2011, 01:39:47 pm »
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Here is my Goons record.

   WHARF 2 THA BRIDGE plays a Goons.
   ... getting +1 buy and +$2.
   ... steelrabbit discards 17 cards.

It came after a mega-turn and he took so long to click all of his cards that I thought he was disconnecting on me.

http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20111026-165432-417df630.html

I kind of wish I had an interesting game to post that didn't involve King's Court, but oh well.
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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #17 on: December 12, 2011, 02:04:44 pm »
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*Almost* Good Stewardship (i.e. not being wasteful)

http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20111115-110629-8be83c28.html#shark_bait-show-turn-11

I had just reshuffled so I was at the start of my deck.  In the next 4 hands, every card was absolutely vital in the way it was used.  A menagerie for +3 cards.  An inn gives +2 actions to activate treasure maps.  An ironworks gains an estate to draw one of those golds.  Scheme puts the inn back on top.  Next turn, the inn draws an herbalist which top decks a gold.  Next turn, another herbalist top decks yet another gold.  Lastly, an ironworks gains an estate and the last province is bought.  You'll notice throughout this single pass through my deck each turn, all money, buys and actions (except for 1 on turn 12) are used to their full extent.
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« Reply #18 on: December 12, 2011, 02:27:59 pm »
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Good Stewardship (i.e. not being wasteful)

http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20111115-110629-8be83c28.html#shark_bait-show-turn-11

I had just reshuffled so I was at the start of my deck.  In the next 4 hands, every card was absolutely vital in the way it was used.  A menagerie for +3 cards.  An inn gives +2 actions to activate treasure maps.  An ironworks gains an estate to draw one of those golds.  Scheme puts the inn back on top.  Next turn, the inn draws an herbalist which top decks a gold.  Next turn, another herbalist top decks yet another gold.  Lastly, an ironworks gains an estate and the last province is bought.  You'll notice throughout this single pass through my deck each turn, all money, buys and actions (except for 1 on turn 12) are used to their full extent.

I think you wasted a buy in turn 13 ;)

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« Reply #19 on: December 12, 2011, 02:37:30 pm »
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Just another game: Epic possession fail, I am not sure whether it is ok to posting something which is not played by me but happens in my turn.

http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20111114-205142-9aa470ff.html#cybaster-show-poss-turn-19-3

--- cybaster's turn (possessed by jmetsr) ---
   cybaster plays a Golem.
   ... revealing a Copper, a Chancellor, an Estate, and a Throne Room.
   ... discarding the Copper and the Estate.
   ... playing the Chancellor first.
   ... ... getting +$2.
   ... ... putting the deck into the discard pile.
   ... playing the Throne Room second.
   ... ... and plays a Possession.
   ... ... and plays the Possession again.

My opponent possessed me and my hand has golem, possession. My opponent played golem and revealed  throne room and chancellor, the throne room forced my opponent to play possession in my turn twice...

If it is not ok to post my opponent's action, I can delete this reply.
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« Reply #20 on: December 12, 2011, 02:50:01 pm »
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I already posted a session report, but I'm rather partial to this game where I bought all 10 Curses in one turn for the win:

http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20111205-091357-31fec093.html

(Noting again that I only had to buy out the Curses because I stupidly played my Coppers and couldn't buy the last Grand Market.)
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« Reply #21 on: December 12, 2011, 03:01:34 pm »
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It was on the list last time, which seems to me as the answer to his question.

A very similar game was on the list last time. The game was played by First, not Julle.  Since it was such a similar game I doubt it will make the list, but it's a great moment nonetheless!
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« Reply #22 on: December 12, 2011, 03:26:18 pm »
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My bad for not noticing it was different players in the games. :S
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« Reply #23 on: December 12, 2011, 03:48:14 pm »
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Good Stewardship (i.e. not being wasteful)

http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20111115-110629-8be83c28.html#shark_bait-show-turn-11

I had just reshuffled so I was at the start of my deck.  In the next 4 hands, every card was absolutely vital in the way it was used.  A menagerie for +3 cards.  An inn gives +2 actions to activate treasure maps.  An ironworks gains an estate to draw one of those golds.  Scheme puts the inn back on top.  Next turn, the inn draws an herbalist which top decks a gold.  Next turn, another herbalist top decks yet another gold.  Lastly, an ironworks gains an estate and the last province is bought.  You'll notice throughout this single pass through my deck each turn, all money, buys and actions (except for 1 on turn 12) are used to their full extent.

I think you wasted a buy in turn 13 ;)

Ahh... you're right.  Post title changed  :)
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Re: Greatest Isotropic Moments of 2011
« Reply #24 on: December 12, 2011, 03:48:37 pm »
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I think the first ever game with a depleted Gold pile (due to heavy Tunneling) deserves a spot.

This was mine: http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20111205-055307-da61f400.html
Provinces were gone as well, but hey.

Last turn:
Code: [Select]
  --- Davio's turn 19 ---
   Davio plays a Golem.
   ... (Davio reshuffles.)
   ... revealing a Gold, a Copper, a Gold, a Gold, a Silver, a Copper, a Copper, a Gold, a Gold, an Estate, a Copper, an Estate, a Copper, a Tunnel, a Gold, a Copper, a Province, a Gold, a Copper, a Gold, a Tunnel, a Tunnel, a Gold, a Golem, a Gold, an Estate, a Gold, a Duchy, a Gold, a Gold, a Tunnel, a Margrave, a Duchy, a Province, a Province, a Gold, a Potion, and a Gold.
   ... discarding the 2 Duchies, the 4 Tunnels, the 3 Provinces, the Silver, the 3 Estates, the 7 Coppers, the Potion, the 15 Golds, and the Golem.
   ... ... revealing a Tunnel and gaining a Gold.
   ... ... revealing a Tunnel and gaining a Gold.
   ... ... revealing a Tunnel and gaining a Gold.
   ... ... revealing a Tunnel and gaining a Gold.
   ... playing the Margrave first.
   ... ... (Davio reshuffles.)
   ... ... drawing 3 cards and getting +1 buy.
   ... ... Joy draws 1 card.
   ... ... Joy discards 3 cards.
   ... playing no other action card.
   Davio plays 4 Golds.
   Davio buys a Province.
   Davio buys an Estate.
   (Davio draws: 2 Coppers, an Estate, a Gold, and a Golem.)

All Provinces are gone.
Davio wins!
I ended up with 21/30 Golds that game.


If anyone has a better example of heavy Tunneling/Gold depletion, please post.

I suspect there will be some competition here for what is "best."  This one was mine (already posted a report):

http://councilroom.com/game?game_id=game-20111031-201625-01409a65.html

Halloween night!  The Golds were depleted before the last turn in this one, but most noteworthy for me is that over half the pile of Golds was distributed in just three turns (my 11 and 12, my opponent's 12).  KC-Golem was a bit of a help here.
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