A proof of concept.
In normal strat 1v1 games, if both players pick the same, the computer will choose the next picks at random if a player did not make picks 4, 5, and 6.
But a player still has to pick 1, 2, 3, unfortunately. That is hardcoded into the game. Does it really have to be, though?
I would like to dedicate this theory to the research of Namib. May he rest in peace.
Using random.org assigning priority at random to picks on the board, we have effectively been able to cause true randomness to happen on the board. The computer blindly chooses different numbers, which then are assigned onto the board. Only through this may a person truly #trustfizzer.
Test games: (more to follow)https://www.warlight.net/MultiPlayer?GameID=12359874
I am amazed that my opponent chose Middle East as well o_o
Edited 11/24/2016 04:48:05