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thechuck51 wrote:Every round you survive is another step toward the finish line.
Minimum of 18 players, maximum of ???
30 Round Limit
For the first leg, runners will be randomly divided into packs of 6 and will compete in a 6-player standard game on the NYC map (Group sizes may be smaller depending on the number of entrants.)
For every round that they play they will get credit for 1/10th of a mile. Once they are eliminated from the game, they are done for that leg of the race (ex:if they are eliminated in round 16 they get credit for 1.6 miles).
The winning runner is credited with 3 miles regardless of what round the game ends.
At the completion of each leg, runners will be ranked according to their mileage and placed into new packs of 6, based on their rankings, for the next leg of the race.
First runner to reach 26.2 miles (262 rounds) wins.
If more than one player achieves 26.2 miles after the same leg, the runner with more cumulative miles will be declared the winner. If a tie still exists, the runners will compete in a final sprint game with a 20 round limit, winner at the end of 20 rounds is declared winner of the marathon.
***Intentionally prolonging games to inflate round totals will get you kicked out of the race***
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