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Shad0winvadr
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PostSubject: Would you give up possession after your opponent scores for a free item?   Fri Oct 12, 2012 3:21 am

So there would be an option that allows you to take a random item after your opponent scores but they get to start with the ball again.

Things to consider:

-Probably worse to allow a trickster captain to have the extra start up.
-Would it be worth it if you got two items?
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PostSubject: Re: Would you give up possession after your opponent scores for a free item?   Fri Oct 12, 2012 6:32 pm

Shad0winvadr wrote:
So there would be an option that allows you to take a random item after your opponent scores but they get to start with the ball again.

Things to consider:

-Probably worse to allow a trickster captain to have the extra start up.
-Would it be worth it if you got two items?

Depends on who you're playing. If it's someone you have played many times before, I would go with the item, because I probably know what he/she is going to do. Also, most of my gameplay if based on defense, so having someone score on me during the start up usually doesn't happen Razz
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PostSubject: Re: Would you give up possession after your opponent scores for a free item?   Fri Oct 12, 2012 7:18 pm

Essentially an item used correctly= a high chance at goal. It does NOT equal a goal, so there is really no reason to trade an item for a goal unless you are a shooter that is down by 2 or more goals. Since shooters can cycle, they can use their item to clear, get a decent chance at a goal, and get another item which amounts to another chance at goal. This would really only be recognizably beneficial when they are down and begin to pull stronger items, otherwise this is a trash trade off.

In my opinion, 2 items would be worth a goal as using both would most likely give you an auto goal (unless you get 2 nanas) and you could sometimes just get away with using one, leaving you with an extra item/chance at goal.
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PostSubject: Re: Would you give up possession after your opponent scores for a free item?   Fri Oct 12, 2012 7:29 pm

Treesus wrote:
Essentially an item used correctly= a high chance at goal. It does NOT equal a goal, so there is really no reason to trade an item for a goal unless you are a shooter that is down by 2 or more goals. Since shooters can cycle, they can use their item to clear, get a decent chance at a goal, and get another item which amounts to another chance at goal. This would really only be recognizably beneficial when they are down and begin to pull stronger items, otherwise this is a trash trade off.

In my opinion, 2 items would be worth a goal as using both would most likely give you an auto goal (unless you get 2 nanas) and you could sometimes just get away with using one, leaving you with an extra item/chance at goal.

It's not 1 goal for 1 item. It's after your opponent scores, you can either get an item (but let them start off with the ball) or just start normally.
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PostSubject: Re: Would you give up possession after your opponent scores for a free item?   Fri Oct 12, 2012 8:10 pm

Imma leave my old post cause was gudsht. Answering the actual question, I would take my own start off if I had my own item or my opponent did not know my start ups.
I would immediately take the item if I was down by a few goals, or if my opponent had a good captain special (e.g. petey mudsling, or super luigig).
Aside from that it's situational.
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PostSubject: Re: Would you give up possession after your opponent scores for a free item?   Sun Oct 14, 2012 11:27 pm

I agree with Tangy if I know what he will do then having an item is a better option.
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