nadinbrzezinski Posted January 13, 2003 Share Posted January 13, 2003 About special rules, scenario rules et al got me thinking... so with no further adieu... Tournaments: From time to time Assault Officers and players will want to run a tournament at a local store. There are several ways to go about this, with the simplest just saying bring a certain amount of points and lets play. Some feel that this method will lead to some abuse, so what follows are three types of tournaments for CAV. Open Invitational. Requirements: Bring a force, up to a certain point number, with absolutely no limits. This type has no limits on what players want to bring to the table, but Judges should be aware that force selection will determine the winner. Alternatively the Open Invitational can use any scenario rules that the Host announces with at least a month in advance. The list should be posted at the venue so players can plan accordingly. For example if the host wants no scenario rules, it will say such. If the host decides that he wants to allow The Few The Proud, then he or she will have to list such. If the Host decides to allow all scenario rules as published in Journal of Recognitions, again this has to be announced. This will affect force selection by players. Warmaster The Judge sets a limit for a single section of CAVs and players do a four for all. Essentially the only limit to this tournament is that only CAVs are allowed. Though any special rules that Judges want to impose, have to be listed, again a month in advance. The Storm Combined Arms Event. This has been discussed in another thread, so I will just mention the major element to it: combined arms. Now here are the important points, what a judge decides to use, or not, must be made clear to potential participants. Moreover, this will allow judges flexibility in determining what fits local conditions. Judging. All tourneys should also take into account sportsmanship and force selection. Players should be encouraged to judge their opponents on sportsmanship and force selection and whether it was fun to play with this opponent or not. Moreover they should also be able to say whether they would want to play with this opponent or not. The point spread for the Open invitational comes as follows. Victory 10 points Sportsmanship on a scale from 1-10, with each one of them being a point Painting and conversion of the army again 1-10 There should be at least three battles with a maximum score of 90, with the winner being determined by whoever accrues the most points. Oh and a special mention to the best player from a sportsmanship PoV should be awarded. Oh and the player who looses the game gets five points. This is just a very early draft coming from The Few, The Proud… thread. Please take it apart and find the holes… since I am sure it has some… to say the very least. I mean this is as green as they get! Nadin Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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