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  1. Duplicatable by having Talents off, with Fire and Rain on the board. The game allows you to place a letter directly in the center of the rain’s area of effect, even if the space is currently on fire. Only the center is affected. I would not have noticed if it weren’t for the new red X’s, so this bug may have been present and gone unnoticed for a long time. and to showcase my new screen capture skills... FullSizeRender.mov
  2. Duplicatable by starting a game on any board with a Yeti with both Animations and Advanced Animations turned off. The Yeti's are still... muscle flexing? Breathing? Whatever it is they do patiently while they wait for me to make a move. I fully expect them to animate throwing the snowballs between turns, but not while I'm deciding on what to do. I'd post a screenshot, but I don't know how to capture motion.
  3. A number of the leaderboards are "flaky" and the issue appears to be on Apple's side of the equation. This has been a known issue for a long time and there doesn't seem to be anything that can be done about it. In my experience, the following leaderboards can be trusted: Bingos Damage Done in a Single Turn Achievements Earned Titles Obtained Avatars Earned Nightmare Wins The rest, not so much. I mean, according to the boards, I most recently won a game on 2019-07-06, my 124th. Of those, 155 of them were won in Nightmare Mode, most recently on 2020-05-15. My only quadrillion point game also didn't get recorded (although my opponent's did), so I feel for you!
  4. Follow-up on this. I've replicated the behavior. Playing all 10 of your tiles only gives you the 40 point bingo (for playing 8 of your tiles with a mix of actions and letters) when one of those tiles is a Snowstorm. It appears that so long as none of the tiles are a snowstorm, the 1000 point bingo results. I haven't tested with all action tiles to make absolutely sure nothing else triggers this issue, but I'm highly confident that Snowstorm does.
  5. 1,000 point bingo for playing all of your tiles sometimes awards a lesser bonus. I haven't yet figured out how to reproduce this consistently, but I have seen it happen twice now. First time in a game with @Debbie (bombus pratorum) @Debbie is Player 1, on turn 5 she played all her tiles and got the 1,000 point bingo. This is a Capture the Idol board game, and the way it's setup, those bingos are going to matter; otherwise, I wouldn't have noticed this. I'm Player 2 and on Turn 12, I also played all of my tiles (trying to catch up) but was only awarded the 40 point bingo. Then, more recently, I played all of my tiles in a 4-player game with Cbtennis, @BombChelle and @Melodie Mary. As I was on the look out for this, I checked. The only similar thing that stands out (to me) as a commonality between the two turns is that I played a Snowstorm both times (which wasn't true for @Debbie's successful one).
  6. @Jeremy Thomas Fuller this is not a bug report. This is me trying to leave a helpful tip to others for something that may look like a bug but isn't and can be self-rectified. I just had a game end where I was expecting an achievement to award. It didn't happen. I was confused. But before I got upset, I started checking things. Did it's avatar and/or title appear in the list of choosable ones? (Assuming it had one.) Nope Did it appear at the top of Recent Achievements Nope Did it still list in its Achievement Group as obtainable? Nope Wait, what? It's in the list of obtained achievements. Hmmm. Half-awarded then. Force Quit app and Restart Is logging into Game Center stuck in a seemingly endless spin? Yes it is. Okay, so not the game's fault. Device was acting funky in other ways, let's reboot. Launch app again. Finally logs in to Game Center, yay! Play a turn in another game. Achievement awarded (and properly in the chat of the game where it belonged). If something like this happens to you, run through the check list first. While Jeremy can fix things in the back end, you might be able to get it to finish on your own.
  7. Did some more experimentation and it is definitely the result of taking Extra Turns. We're starting over with this in mind and a new target for our Whirlwinds!
  8. @Jeremy Thomas Fuller, I apologize for not having all steps to reproduce on this one. But the bug here is very easy to show. These are my "Statistics For This Game" in a game between myself and @Ga Peach where we are trying to achieve "It Doesn't Look Like Anything to Me" on the "Descent into Chaos" board so we have been very careful only to play in the marauding areas of Light and Corruption floating around the board. And monitoring our game stats to make sure it doesn't think we've played outside of the Corruption either. According to my stats, I've played a total of 28 letters (which the Combat Log corroborates). 28 (all) of which were played in Corruption. And 4 of which were played outside of Corruption!? Same is true for inside and outside of Light? There's no ice on the board, and that's not self-contradicting, so that's nice. We are playing with Bomb, Whirlwind, Whirlpool (2 of which have been played already), Star, Lightning, Rewind, Snowflake, Dark Bomb and Divination. I have Sleight of Hand, Triple Reservations, Fortune Teller, First Responder, Rainstorm, Thunderstorm, Climate Change (and their requirements). @Ga Peach has Ghost Hunter, Triple Reservations, Rainstorm, High Wind Warning, Rewind in Reserve, and Oracle. This statistical mismatch has happened to both of us. For her she's played 33 letters total yet has played 44 in corruption and 39 outside of corruption. Is it possible that Whirlpool is "replaying" letters or that Extra Turn is causing a multiple count? I'm leaning toward Extra Turn as it would explain why I'm only off by 4 but @Ga Peach is much further off from the math making sense.
  9. This is just a cosmetic issue that I noticed, super low priority. But I'm noticing that when my Whirlwind flips over a Tarot Card on someone else's turn, the Combat Log claims that the player whose turn it is did the flip. It's only cosmetic, because it still gives me the points. I've been starting a lot of 4-player Elm Street games with the purpose of racking up a lot of Tarot Card flips for the "The Prophet" achievement. So I play Whirlwind(s) specifically placed so that it will destroy pumpkins and gourds on the left or the right side of the street on the next few other players' turns. I may not be able to move the Whirlwind, but the ground underneath it will. So that's how to reproduce. The following results: I chose this one as it clearly highlights that clemep8 (hope they don't mind), was granted 2 different amount of points for flipping a tarot card because I have the Fortune Teller talent and they don't. However, further down, we see that I was granted the points from what my whirlwind did. Again, as the points are properly distributed at the end, this is just cosmetic and super low priority.
  10. Triple Reservations is my actual favorite of the new ones, but it wasn't on the list to vote for. So I picked Master of Nightmares instead.
  11. I started playing right after The Sands of Time was introduced in WoW2 and it is still my favorite world. The Wheel of Time, The Pools of Life, The Cave of Wonders, and of course growing multipliers underneath my opponents' letters with Rain and then destroying them… puts a smile on my face.
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