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Hi guys, I have to say how annoying it can be playing "Kiddies" totally ignorant of the rules ect. But I think it would be great if my cousin started playing. The problem is though although kids are generally well catered for by gw it does seem there could be a more effective way of making a more learned and less embarassing player base.
My Idea is that school legues would be much better if they were seperated between the more experianced and less whiney and cheatey and then the people most forumers dread to play. Thus the more experianced school-leaguers could have a good times and the people needing a little help with the rules could have almost competative lessons which could reward good play and less whining. Then the sepperated schools come back together points added up and thus both types of young players good have a good tournie. I would like to hear your suggestions on my Idea and your experiance playing kiddies.
If Slaanesh is the god of the Perverse, why does Nurgle have all the filth?
I'm no psychologist, but putting a bunch of "whiney and cheatey" kids all together doesn't sound like it could end well.
Your "school league" sounds like a nice way of saying "go away". But i mean, if there are enough of them that play in your area getting the store owners (or whoever) to have a junior league wouldnt be a bad idea.
I guess im lucky. The kids at the game shop all play cards here. Not a single one of them plays Warhammer.
There were a few in Edmonton but we rules'ed the heck out of them till they went somewhere else.
"So, how did you become a Renegade Space Marine?"
"..... Tax evasion...."