3/ tactics are a way bigger advantage on PC than on Amiga
4/ im a lazy guy, as most of guys here who dont want/wish to create and play on tactics here
To No.3: This is just your impression. I have a different one. And another player may have another one. So, this is just personal, and not a real fact.
To No.4: Delivering the fact of being too lazy for something and substantiate a rule change by that is very embarrassing.
a) PC and Amiga SWOS are different versions. Fact? Yes!
b) PC and Amiga SWOS have different gameplay/physics. Fact? Yes!
c) PC and Amiga SWOS have different historic communities. Fact? Yes!
d) Amiga SWOS players are mostly represented through online community. Fact? Yes!
Both versions have slightly different rules, representing the historical background and also the proclivity of most of the players home(grown) system / or the most common set of rules.
Making the rules equal on both versions.
My answer/opinion (based on a)-d) facts ):
I think that doesn t do any justice, no matter from which side you look at it.
If a custom tactic is chosen by the home player his opponent may use any available tactic on the disc if he hasn t got his own (except the one from opponent if he does not agree, unless he is not the creator of it) .
Is the home player also allowed to take any tactic from the disk (if he doesn t play against the creator of this tactic) or has the home player always to choose a tactic with his own name on it?
Home player can use EVERY tactic he wants!
Exception: Custom tactic from opponent only if opponent agrees.
You play against djowGer, and you want to use djowGer s tactic. In that case you have to ask him.
Thanks for making this clear again!
Hehe I once had a ASL match against Bobrix and he used my tactic without asking me. It was quite new at that time, so I was just wondering how much he knew my tactic and if it would be an advantage for me that he was playing with a tactic I know/knew and ofc also know/knew that problems with the tactic.