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1v1 Tournament: For The Dark Gods #21

KhornesChampionKhornesChampion Registered Users Posts: 54
I am KhornesChampion and Saturday, May 20th at 11am EST/5pm CEST (Please convert this to your own timezone), For the Dark Gods #21 will continue our weekly 1v1 Total War: Warhammer tournaments. A prize pool will only be offered for 1st place.
Registration can be done here: http://challonge.com/tournaments/signup/TmzLgQEmcp
Rules can be found here: http://steamcommunity.com/groups/crimsonharvest/discussions/0/2741975115082827187/ and in the description of the tournament. Let us kill in the name of the Dark Gods! Glory for Khorne!
The tournament casting will be held here: Feel free to read the rules and offer any suggestions to changes you would like to see. Let's make this tournament as great as it possibly can be together. If you register for this tournament and wish to participate.
You WILL have to check-in 1 HOUR before the start of the tournament. Map pools have been updated. Rules have been changed and updated. Please read them and contact me if you have any questions.

Comments

  • nowocinmnowocinm Registered Users Posts: 68
    Love the tournament, don't always watch live.

    Its so great you offer a prize pool! Would you consider changing the breakdown of the prizepool?

    Its seems the idea of a prize pool is to encourage enrollment BUT usually (with a prize just for first) it doesn't necessarily accomplish that when its often the same group of people winning.

    I'm all for competition and I don't know exactly how you hand out the prizes or how easy it is to break down the denominations but perhaps you would consider
    1. $10
    2. $5
    3. $5
    Perhaps that would increase competitiveness/participation

    or consider the same thing but instead of 3rd receiving money have a raffle between everyone who won a round for the last $5.
  • ShetlandApacheShetlandApache Registered Users Posts: 408
    Looking forward to it! Can't wait to prove the dawi strong once again :D
  • KhornesChampionKhornesChampion Registered Users Posts: 54
    New rules for attacking. Make sure you read and understand it before participating this weekend.

    Single Entity Models do not count as attackers unless you have nothing else left on the field (this excludes single-entity artillery and war machines - defined as any unit with the word “artillery” or “war machine” in its unit type)

    If you have no skirmish units in your army, casting spells counts as attacking. In this case (a caster is the only unit in your army attacking), none of your other units may retreat from the enemy. Any significant and sustained movement that increases (or attempts to increase) the distance between your unit and the nearest enemy unit is considered a retreat.

    *Abilities that do not use winds of magic do NOT count as attacking (For example Arrow of Kurnous, Mortis Engine deregen and Fay Enchantress deregen do NOT count as attacking)
    *Skirmish fire COUNTS as attacking (units with more than 1 model)
    *Artillery and war machine fire COUNTS as attacking (any unit with the words “Artillery” or “War Machine” in its unit type)
    *It is OK to wait for your abilities to be ready before you actively start attacking at the beginning of the battle
    *This rule is to avoid draw kiting, and nothing else. Tactical retreats, positioning and regrouping are tactics and part of the game.
  • KhornesChampionKhornesChampion Registered Users Posts: 54
    nowocinm said:

    Love the tournament, don't always watch live.

    Its so great you offer a prize pool! Would you consider changing the breakdown of the prizepool?

    Its seems the idea of a prize pool is to encourage enrollment BUT usually (with a prize just for first) it doesn't necessarily accomplish that when its often the same group of people winning.

    I'm all for competition and I don't know exactly how you hand out the prizes or how easy it is to break down the denominations but perhaps you would consider

    1. $10
    2. $5
    3. $5
    Perhaps that would increase competitiveness/participation

    or consider the same thing but instead of 3rd receiving money have a raffle between everyone who won a round for the last $5.
    I will look into doing this. You aren't the first person to suggest offering prize pools for the first 3 places.

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