Bam bam bam.
Didn't see that coming.
Well, Levin was able to dodge, which would, on the basis of pure guesswork on Minxery's capabilities, seem to require some considerably superhuman abilities.
Levin may also have deliberately positioned himself such that people would die due to Minxery cutting objects free to fall. Who, if anyone, would take the blame for that I am uncertain.
Oh, as if the platforming wasn't hard enough.
She tried, and that's what's important.
A while ago (https://www.neorice.com/news_2381#comments), @Tom guessed that Levin's power might be teleportation.
Looks like that might be the case!
It'd also help explain Levin's arrogance. I mean, until this recent bit, Levin hasn't seemed to display any special powers, yet he was needlessly antagonistic toward others who he seemed to still fear. And it'd be hard to explain that as mere foolhardiness, as he was apparently a veteran of other "games" in Lorg.
A lot of those things didn't seem to fit together too well, but if Levin has teleportation -- especially if he's able to simply teleport out of the game at any time -- that could potentially help explain his behavior.
So you can't hurt those who aren't on the colored tiles, but what if you attack them with the colored tiles?
It's raining tiles!
If you kill somebody by bludgeoning them with a chunk of rainbow flooring, does that count as a legal kill wherever you do it?
@Guest The rule against killing (https://www.neorice.com/hoh_tobi_1123) was immediately followed by the statement "Accidents do happen". I take that to mean that killing someone in a way that is apparently an accident carries no penalty.