Tupence wrote:Sounds like a great idea to me, I was thinking about a Dart Board map myself. +3 for three trebles of the same colour sounds good, and maybe +2 for three doubles of the same colour, as they have fewer borders than the trebles? And maybe +1 for holding all four territories of a number?
Having the bullseye as the objective reminds me of the St. Patrick's Day map, which I loved. What would happen with the outer bullseye? This would be quite a crucial territory in the game
oaktown wrote:There are going to be some practical matters to figure out, such as what you call the territories, the size of some of the beds on the small map, and how you deal with the four-way intersections (i.e. where four beds come together, which attack which?)
RedBaron0 wrote:If it's code-able, this could be an interesting objective map. Each area has a certain point value, if you can gain the appropriate value AND say hold the bull you would win. I think it would fit very well into the dart board theme since usually you are trying to get to a certain point value(501 or 300) playing darts. Each lane has a point value equal to the lane number value x 7(1=7; 2=14; 3=21, etc.) giving a total board value of 1470 points. Of course the backfire is gonna be there is tons of different combinations that make, for example, 501. Unless there is a way to code adding up territory values to equal a victory condition, its kinda a mote point. T'would be interesting though...
It'd be really interesting to see play if someone was OVER the point victory condition.
ManBungalow wrote:This would be really beautiful with Mogul-style army counts !
IE. Holding treble 20 would give you +60, holding the double 20 would give you +40!
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