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Origin Matthulhu - esam    Entered by Azus   
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Created on 2010-02-06 20:06:23       Modified 2010-05-05 10:53:08       Class no class      
Lives cyle lives, cycle per game each life cycle       Count 10 second      

Materials Two or more 10-ft diameter circles of rope are needed.   


Rules Each team has one or more Recyclers, a 5-foot-wide circle located in their base. These are the only locations on the field where you are allowed to return to life. When you die, you may immediately return to your base and call alive again once you've got at least one foot inside your team's Recycler circle. (There is no death count.) However: only one player is allowed to inside a given Recycler at any one time, so can end up with a line of dead teammates waiting to return to life.

Additionally, living players can also occupy an enemy Recycler. Because only one player at a time is allowed inside a Recycler, players can prevent opponents from returning to life in this way.

A team scores 1 point if they can eliminate all enemy players and occupy their Recycler(s) so they can't return to life.

It's suggested that each team have one Recycler for every 3 to 5 players on that side. Larger teams will have an easier time having enough players to occupy the enemy team's Recyclers, so there should be multiple Recyclers in such cases.   

Victory Victory conditions are the same as in jugging: score at least 3 points and be ahead of the other team by 2 points or more.   

Misc This scenario is partially inspired by an ancient 16-bit computer war game called "Modem Wars". Part of the game included "recyclers" which were pre-selected hidden locations on the game map where previously-destroyed units were allowed to respawn as reinforcements. Only one unit could respawn at a time, and only if the recycler was unoccupied. Consequently, if you were able to occupy the enemy's recycler with one of your own units, they could not receive reinforcements.   


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