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Revision as of 17:08, 15 May 2020
|N||What||Temporal Score for Country Turn 1||Spiritual Score for Country Turn 1||Extra Credit|
|1||Save the Prince||3 out of 5 Arcade||0/1/6/3/2 Wolf/Magpie/Bear/Horse/Phoenix|
|3||Glass and Clay||5 of 5 Arcade||0/5 Wolf/Magpie|
|4||Saving Spear Carrier Ri||4 of 5 Arcade||4/1/1 Wolf/Magpie/Horse|
|5||Encounter at Farpoint||5 of 5 Arcade||4/1 Wolf/Magpie|
|6||Gate of Shen||4 of 5 Arcade||1/4 Wolf/Magpie|
|8||Daizhou||3 of 5 Arcade||2/2/2 Wolf/Magpie/Monkey||+2 Arcade, 1/2/1 Wolf/Magpie/Cycle|
|9||Close the Tunnel||4 out of 5 Arcade||5/0 Wolf/Magpie|
|10||Stone Drum||1 of 5 Arcade||4/1 Wolf/Magpie||+1 Arcade , 1/1/1 Wolf/Magpie/Horse|
|N||What||Temporal Score for Country Turn 2||Spiritual Score for Country Turn 2||Extra Credit|
|4||Donkiruku||5 of 5 Arcade||1/4 Wolf/Magpie|
|5||Gate of Shen||4 of 5 Arcade||3/2 Wolf/Magpie||+2 Arcade, 3/0 Wolf/Magpie|
|6||Dire Beasts||2 of 5 Arcade||4/1 Wolf/Magpie||+3 Arcade, 1/2 Wolf/Magpie|
|8||Commander Yao||5 of 5 Arcade||2/3 Wolf/Magpie||+3 Arcade, 4/3/1/1 Wolf/Magpie/Cycle/Yama|
|9||Daizhou||4 of 5 Arcade||1/3/1 Wolf/Magpie/Horse|
|11||House of the Lotus||3 of 5 Arcade||0/4 Wolf/Magpie|
|N||What||Temporal Score for Country Turn 3||Spiritual Score for Country Turn 3||Extra Credit|
|2||House of the South Wind||4 of 5 Arcade||1/4 Wolf/Magpie|
Zhu Cai Wen's Notes
Hitting a number once, and doing a mission, results in an Arcade Score (? of 5) and a Spirit Minigame Score, which has usually been 5 points distributed between Magpie and Wolf, except for exceptions.
Hitting a number a second (or subsequent) time within a week usually results in some extra credit, for both the Arcade and the Spirit Minigame. The mission will usually be strongly related (maybe a follow-up) to the original mission.
When a week ends (after the run in which the 7 is rolled):
Temporal Score: Arcade Houses make their rolls. If they roll Military, and succeed (rolling equal to or under their stat), then they contribute 3*roll to the Arcade score for that week. (Hitting the house stat exactly also gets an extra bonus of some kind.) Failing a Military roll results in the House taking a point of damage to its Military stat. Arcade points from the Winter Scoreboard for that week (including extra credit) are summed with points from House Military rolls, and compared to a victory target number. If the total Arcade Points exceeds the victory number, the Arcade gains ground in the war, and excess points are (approximately) divided by 2 and placed in the extra credit column of the "7" row for the next week.
Spiritual Score: Cai Wen thinks that the outcome of the minigame isn't as simple as "whoever has more points wins", or "majority vote of points (after negotiation) wins". In particular, trying to suss out Horse's motivation for getting on the board, Cai Wen thinks that there is something intentionally obfuscatory about the contest. For Spirit Minigame extra credit, the state of each week begins with the end-state of the previous week, and then updates as necessary. (i.e. my best estimate of total points for each spirit is the sum of scores from the Spiritual Score column, plus the extra credit from the current week only.
Cai Wen's older notes
Rolling a 7 causes time to go forward. The first week was a solid victory for the Arcade.
We think that there are probably changes to House Stats GreatHousesMechanic that aren't visible currently, but we observed that The House of Enticing Vintage and House of Gainful Protection both lost a point of Mil stat, and I think that's because they missed the roll. This is long-term damage.
To score a victory for the Arcade for a week: there's a threshold for success (not known, but I'm thinking about it). Best understanding: Successful Great-House military rolls were added to Arcade points from the scoreboard, and these resulted in about 26 points over the threshold. Because the total was enough to hit the threshold, we didn't have to use any extra credit points (guessing this is why they are still on the scoreboard); the ~26 extra were halved, and added to extra credit in the "7" row.
I don't yet have much insight into the consequences of the spirit battle; every time I try to think about it and figure out what it means that other spirits (other than Wolf/Magpie) have some points, I can't figure out the rules. I.e. I don't think it's as simple as "other spirits could make deals with one of them, and add their points, to win". The topic seems resistant to attempts to figure it out.