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-->-- '''[[Literature/TheFourGospels Luke 14:28-32]]'''

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-->-- '''[[Literature/TheFourGospels Luke 14:28-32]]'''
14:28-32]]''', ''Literature/TheBible''

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* FakeAFight


%%* If you have a smooth-talking Cajun card shark who can "charge" ordinary objects into explosive devices, that's probably just plain Comicbook/{{Gambit}}.

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* FakingAndEntering

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* SpringtimeForHitler

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* FalseFlagOperation


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* IndyPloy

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** If the goal is to pretend to be an enemy and attacking another enemy so they'll fight each other without them knowing it was you, then it's FalseFlagOperation.

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* BondVillainStupidity


* If you pretend to be someone else, that's an ImpersonationGambit.

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* If you pretend to be someone else, that's an ImpersonationGambit.



* If the plan envolves deliberately poisoning yourself or at least pretending to be poisoned in order to poison someone else, then it's a {{Self Poisoning Gambit}}.

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* If the plan envolves involves deliberately poisoning yourself or at least pretending to be poisoned in order to poison someone else, then it's a {{Self Poisoning Gambit}}.


* If the gambit envolves deliberately poisoning yourself or at least pretending to be poisoned in order to poison someone else, then it's a {{Self Poisoning Gambit}}.

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* If the gambit plan envolves deliberately poisoning yourself or at least pretending to be poisoned in order to poison someone else, then it's a {{Self Poisoning Gambit}}.

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* If the plan involves tricking someone into leading you to what or who you want, then it's a TrickAndFollowPloy.


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* TrickAndFollowPloy

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* If the gambit envolves deliberately poisoning yourself or at least pretending to be poisoned in order to poison someone else, then it's a {{Self Poisoning Gambit}}.


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* SelfPoisoningGambit


* For the speech that comes when the plan is completed and your enemies defeated, they just don't know it yet, that's CheckAndMate

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* For the speech that comes when the plan is completed and your enemies are defeated, but they just don't know it yet, that's CheckAndMateCheckAndMate.

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* If the plan is created by the "victim"'s friends and loved ones for benign purposes (for example, as a practical joke), it is FriendlyScheming.


* If you have a smooth-talking Cajun card shark who can "charge" ordinary objects into explosive devices, that's probably just plain Comicbook/{{Gambit}}.

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* %%* If you have a smooth-talking Cajun card shark who can "charge" ordinary objects into explosive devices, that's probably just plain Comicbook/{{Gambit}}.Comicbook/{{Gambit}}.
* If you purposely yield to a powerful enemy because it benefits you more to do so, it's a KingmakerScenario.

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