RedRover23B wrote:Welcome to the Feudal War League!

This tournament will be a round robin tournament, which at the end whoever has the most wins, wins the tournament!

Have you ever gone into a single elimination tournament and got terrible dice and as quick as you joined you're out? Well, In this tournament. you will play every player twice. So. if you lose couple times, its no big deal. Lose a lot of times, then you could have a problem. A round robin tournament removes the question, 'would i have won this tournament if i got better dice?' unless you consistently have bad luck, in which case, i'm not too sure how to help you. Due to the number of rounds this tournament has, Premium is necessary. It would take a free player probably a year to complete this tourney if he plays one game at a time. The games will be send out 1 at a time, but for premium players the games could overlap a little to speed the tournament along. The total amount of games will be based on how many players there are. I'm looking for 32- but could be more or less. Any questions let me know.

Due to the size of the tournament there will be two round robin brackets. Bracket A and bracket B. At the end of the round robin in each bracket the top two players will advance to the playoffs. The playoffs will be in a round robin format with each participant playing the other twice just as it was in round 1. After those games are complete the final round will be the two players with the best record in the playoffs against each other, best out of three wins.

If you are interested in the Doubles Edition, here is the link: Doubles Edition

I might just be slow and overlooking something ... what does it signify when we have ties in our records? Is that related to those who are no longer in the tournament?

Well you will play every opponent twice so if you each win one it is a tie. Also those who are not playing anymore forfeit their remaining games which can result in ties