Except for the ones I'm about to tell you.
That "n" should be a "no".
Damn. The writing in this comic just astounds me, it actually has so much thought put into it. More than any other comic I have seen
501 isn't divisible by number of participants, so there is that one incentive already. The one who delivers that last few apples oranges on his own would win.
Trading last few apples for last few oranges with just one person on the other side would mean they both win. But maybe I can trade with two ppl on the other side, telling them that for some reason I cannot sneak out all other apples would work?
Or maybe let someone from my team try this but incapacitate / kill him and deliver his oranges?
Soo many possibilities!
Your fruit only holds value provided it stays within a certain area, so if you can secretly devalue one it can sabotage the other team
Yup, I agree with Fluffynator. It's absolutely incredible.
Here we go, bois and gurls.
I, too, support Fluffynator's statement.
Each of the 3 storylines could be its own, stand-alone thing, but nah, why do 1 when you can do 3?
Why do I suspect that there's another actor that could move fruit without either group wanting to do so?
I think what he was actually saying is that it's not valuable if you don't trade it.
This is just prisoner's dilemma with extra steps !