Hey guys, I have an idea. Since we have a Christmas break coming up after the start of the next round, how about I set up a bunch of 4 or 6 player games on various maps with different settings. Players from all teams can join with 1 player per team, per game. The winner could earn some extra points for the team and maybe I can even throw in a General Achievement Medal for the player that earns the most points for his team (for example).
Remember that for the tournament team wins count and NOT points, they come in play only if teams have the same amount of wins.
Just thought that may be a bit of added fun during the break.
Please let me know what you think.
laughingcavalier wrote:I tend to agree with CoF - it sounds fun but final places could be decided by this, so there is an in-built advantage to teams/players who want to take on lots of games. I for one was looking forward to a break.
Chariot of Fire wrote:Well, adding points was definitely changing the rules. But as you're no longer going to do that then I say "Go with it" if you'd like to set up some friendly inter-team games. I won't be around though for quite a few days at Xmas, but I'll join any that my break doesn't interfere with. Cheers.
xxtig12683xx wrote:yea, my fav part was being in the sewer riding a surfboard and wacking these alien creatures.
shit was badass
Chariot of Fire wrote:Well, it's neat that you think of something like this but then what's the point of a Xmas break from TLO if everyone's going to be playing in these additional games? May as well just continue with the tourney or take a proper break.
I'm never keen on rule changes halfway through a tourney, and if these games add points to a team's score then it could affect the overall outcome if two teams are tied. At that point I'll probably complain and say "It wasn't fair because you put our player in a much tougher 6 player game than the other team's guy". Also it's very unfair on the team that's leading, as every other team will want to knock them out immediately (if they have any sense).
Just thinking ahead, that's all.
p.s. I agree with Pedro. But if you're hell bent on making a load of new games, why not simply create a new tourney separate from this one?
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