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Kara Kara is an expert planner and has the greatest amount of experience. Her perfect record of 6-0 speaks for itself. And the win against Gideon is a clear example of “rebel beats Mageseeker”. What strikes me as odd is that she prefers Yops (the yordle) over Aidan. Did she win Leilani without her noticing or was that a legitimate win for Leilani? I think the latter.
The mageseeker only gives pity winnings to Aidan – the very last member (and the lowest ranking member) of the group. Aidan was the recipient, not a magical being. I don’t know if this is supposed to be a metaphor. Leilani claims she had convince Kara give up a winning, but Gideon gave it up on his 21A2348875A own. But if he concentrates, he’ll win. His superior focus allows him to win the same amount of battles as Kara even though he narrowly lost in the direct duel.
The protagonist is a bit extreme.
(Isn’t this what the game is about?) He doesn’t lose a game for Yops of Aidan. However, he also cannot win against players who are more skilled than him. His losses increase, and he appears unable to play tactfully or recover from setbacks. He is even adamant than Gideon. Yet, he manages to maintain a 4-2. There may be a valuable lesson to learn.
Leilani is right in the middle. Her 3-3 record is perfectly balanced. She has some unexpected wins (against Kara), or losses (against Rukko). She is a glue that holds the group together. She also focuses the positive, that Kara earned her hard victory. That 2/1 is impressive when you consider that Kara is also her mentor and the two of them are familiar with each other.
Rukko’s depiction is that he is young and may play emotionally. The group of Kara Gideon Sylas was too strong for him. But he is not a terrible player. He did okay against his opponents.
Yops doesn’t understand the game and becomes a punching bag for everyone. She may have beaten Aidan in the end but still had the fewest victories overall. Can Yordles bluff?
Aidan, the new kid on the block, is wrong. It’s not a lie. In a real game of skills, he’d only have two wins (against Yops & Rukko), yet Leilani & Gideon allowed him one. This is why he even places before Yops. Even so, he lost each match, even that one against Yops. Yops may be just as bad. His alchemical head might not have the best skills at bluffing. According to other literature, scientists can be divided into two types: the logician that would excel in a game such as this and chaos geniuses who have many ideas running through their minds (but struggle to focus on something else). His catastrophic result places him in category two. Leilani wrote “Alchemy’s His Thing,” and she said it perfectly. Not Tellstones.”
Overall, I think this mystery was much more straightforward than Ruined Kings. All the players below them were beaten. There are no real surprises, even though BO3 has added some complexity. It’s fun to write it all out and see what insights you can gain about the character. I hope that you enjoyed my deep dive. Maybe I’ll see you in Riot Forge 2 with the same analytical analysis!
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