bommerrang wrote:What version? Can't go to 1.03 as I am in the middle of several games.
Skibear wrote:I'll have a go at that yep.
re. that house rule suggestion I would think raiders with a cp cost need a leader. i.e. rangers, bushwackers and partisans have no cp cost so need no leader, cav regiments etc do. Easier that trying to define what 'west' is.
planefinder wrote:I would suggest doing two parallel tourneys, one for the smaller scenarios and one for the campaigns. The campaigns emphasize far more resource management and grand strategy than the scenarios, which tend to emphasize operational level movement.
I would do the following in such a notional scenario tourney:
Round 1: Seeing the Elephant - through early April (16 players)
Round 2: Bloody April - through early May (losers and winners bracket)
Round 3: 1862 West - through late May (8 players remaining)
Round 4: Sibley's New Mexico Campaign - through June (4 players remaining)
Round 5: Thunder at the Crossroads - Late June/Early July, timed with Gettysburg anniversary (Finals)
Ace wrote:How did you envisioned round robins? With the pools of 4, if everyone plays with every player twice, that would be 6 matches in group stage. That is a lot. Since average PBEM takes more than a month, and very often more than 2 months, the tournament could drag on.
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