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Empty Rivalry is a social deduction game inspired by a story from Romance of the Three Kingdoms by Luo Guanzhong, in which Zhuge Liang's  employs the"Empty Fort Strategy".  In this game you have a friendly Twitter rivalry with someone and you end up across a table from them.  You must take the role of Attacker or Defender and decide how to proceed.


Edited by GC Fournier @callishka

Cultural consultation: Mendez @lulavampiro

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Damn it, I bought the bundle and  the thumbnail of this dude's face is showing up first in my itch.io app Library.

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LOL that's awful to hear.  Imagine what it's like every time I look in the mirror

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Hahaha! Sorry, Ken - I did not mean to imply at all that you were unattractive or anything of the sort! It's more an issue of my itch.io game collection now looking a bit like a social media feed! Thanks for contributing your work to the bundle 😊

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<3

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oh whoa.. never seen this community copy thing before. super cool.

Yeah really cool I hope people who bought the bundle dont accidentally take from it though

definitely left them. for $5 I gladly bought that wildly cool bundle.

I have no idea what this conversation is about o _o

Something that we commonly do in the TTRPG space is offer a "community copy" feature.  Basically, for every purchase of the game we throw in a community copy that can be claimed.  Mainly to allow people going through financial hardships to still have a chance to play your game.  That's what they're referring to.

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thanks

I thought "copy" meant...  something else and they were arguing lmao