Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Suuboq: The Pillars

This brings me to the pillars. The pillars are the other side of Suuboq. Slow but strong, few but with great range, it takes years of play to master them. For this reason, during the "middle" game, where both players are intermediate in skill, the pillars dominate the board. All suuboq matches consist of two games. One player starts as orbs, the other pillars. Then they switch. Both players are forced to develop their strategy at both sides. If one solely develops his orb play, his pillar play will suffer, and he will lose his matches.


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