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Happy Veterans Day, folks. There was a parade of war veterans that was marching by a street near me, which was pretty cool. Then I found out on the news that there was a guy pretending to be a well-decorated veteran, which was NOT cool. (He wasn't in the parade.) These guys get my respect for having gone out into the field of war and risking their lives, and it's terrible to leech off of that respect without having participated.
Here are some more matches against TamrielTerror2, who told me that he's improved since the last time. I must say that he has, though four days is still not really much time to improve as far as puzzle games go. It's mostly about pattern recognition and muscle memory, which comes with weeks. But hehas most certainly improved, and I'm impressed.
My Planet: Gravitas
Opponent's Planet: Lumious
There were a couple of matches prior to this where I realized that he wasn't using the Speeder at all, not even turned on at the beginning of a match when there's plenty of space for Meteos to pile onto. So I decided to see what happens if I play without using the Speeder. I couldn't help myself sometimes...it's hard not to use it when I've become so accustomed to the mechanic. It seems that the Screen Clear assaults were pretty harsh...and can completely doom your opponent if you happen to activate Gambit before you trigger one. By the way, flicking Meteos is disabled on Gravitas, presumably because of the intense gravity.
You probably noticed two things by now: The first and more easily spotted is that I'm the player on the right this time. I guess that's because I entered a room this time, rather than having one set up for me. Good thing I didn't pick the same planet or I would've been pretty confused. The second is that, between matches, you may notice a whole bunch of stuff on the upper-right that TamrielTerror2 doesn't seem to have. That's a tally of the number of wins I've acquired. The star up there denotes 10 wins, and each Geolyte head denotes 1 win. So here, before this battle, I had 19 wins so far. They're kind of like those stamps the World War I pilots put on their planes each time they shot someone down, I guess.
As for this match itself, I was asked if I could show a match where I used Meteo and my oppoent doesn't, so here's one. Meteo is unlocked after unlocking all of the other available planets in this game. It plays exactly like the Meteo you see in the Mission Modes, though this time I'm facing Anasaze instead of another Meteo. Notice that the garbage blocks dropped take on Anasaze colors. Look closely, and you'll see Soil Meteos appearing--with an Anasaze inhabitant pictured on them. Much rarer, but still visible if you're good at Where's Waldo/Wally, are Air Meteos, which manifest with a picture of an inhabitant of Bavoom. Anasaze's other Meteos types are Zoo, Dark, and Iron. Meteo already has Zoo and Dark, and Iron is too rare to show up in this match. It's pretty hard to set up with Meteo, but the advantage it has against other planets is that it has so many different Meteos colors that it can completely befuddle the opponent if too many drop at once. (Hevendor has the same advantage, of course.)