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big T

  • noun Things that score you major points. Although it does refer to objects which are themselves valuable on an absolute scale ("The crown and the icons? That's big T!"), the term is normally used more vaguely to mean some of the high-scoring puzzle sequences commonly attempted by highlife. These can consist of large caches of T, or of lots of pieces of not-very-valuable T accumulated over time. Examples of big T are the fountain, the druids, the dragon, the Dwarf Realm and the Keep (the first three are classically done together). "I need the points to make necro, I'm going for the big T". See D&D.

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