I have been to the Big Boss yesterday elimination a couple times, and each time it has been so much more enjoyable and fun than the first time. I love how comfortable and relaxed everyone was on day one of the elimination. I am so glad it is a free event, so that means I can have as much fun as possible.
In previous elimination games I’ve played, the elimination itself was more of a run-through or a series of rounds where the winner was decided right away. So this time, we’ll be getting into the elimination of the Big Boss.
The Big Boss is a really tough boss. He has a bunch of really cool powers, but also a bunch of really annoying ones. That said, the first time I got him, I didn’t really know what to do with my powers, but I knew I had to kill him. I felt like I was in a really good place at the time. I was just watching him and trying to figure out what to do next.
He usually shows up in a bunch of different levels, and all of them have different strategies for defeating him. You may be familiar with the “choke” levels, where he throws himself at you, but you have to be extremely aware of where he is coming from and where you’re coming from to avoid getting hurt. In others, he’s actually just a big, fat guy who has a lot of firepower and can just keep on going.
It’s good to have a big guy. It lets you know where your opponent is coming from and where you may be going. Sometimes when you’re surrounded by a bunch of big guys, you need to try and figure out whether or not you should try to flank and get a head start.
The first time I had a big guy (Big Guy #2 in our review of Big Guy #1’s game, I swear) I was trying to flank and get a head start. I was surrounded by guys that were bigger than me, and I didn’t know what other guys were doing. It wasn’t until a round was over that I realized I should have tried to flank first. I was still a bit hurt but I knew I had to get to my friend.
There are a couple of things involved with flank-and-get-a-head-start. First, you need to flank and get a head start before you can move. This means you should be near enough to the big guy that you can flank him quickly, but you should be away from the guy that you can’t get to without a lot of stealth. Second, when you flank a guy, you need to be in a large group.
I’m still not sure what exactly you mean by “blunt.” I’ve found that when I’m trying to flank someone, I tend to lean back a bit and use my hands to cover my face. This is because I want to look as though I’m in the crowd making noise, not standing still.
Last night, I was at a bar called The Fox and a guy walked up to me and asked if I had any money. I said I had $50 for him. He said he could not get any in cash, so I gave him my credit card. He didn’t say anything. In the next five minutes I realized that he had just given me my credit card. And I knew exactly what he was going to do.
This is what happens when you play a game for over five hours. You just keep thinking about how the game is going to end, and you play it through anyway. Then, you end up thinking you would have done something differently. This is called “the big boss yesterday elimination.