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Yeah, well, it looks like my local game store is going to hire me part time this summer to run the Medusa Campaign around here, because nobody else has the time to do it. The only problem is, I have never run a campaign, and know very little about how GW runs their stuff. So, if some one could respond witht he following:
1. Is there a file that I can access online or in text that explains how GW will be running their summer campaign?
2. How does a GW campaign usually run? Do they send a list of events and you play them at liesure, or will I need to run the events at a certain strict time, and report the outcome at an online website?
3. Do I even need to record the winnings at all, or is it just for fun?
Come on guys, ASAP, I needed to know by yesterday..
TSg.t Zakarius Clay
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I don't have any helpful information except to suggest asking the bloody GW store. Surely they have the inside track on this.
Karmoon: "well.. any kore = good kore" 12:35pm PST 23 May 2007
GW have a Medusa V website, unfortunatly it doesn't open properly until the 21/6/06.
There is alot of conjecture at the moment, basicaly curent thought is that this will be a narrative campaign, not a maths one like EoT. Narrative means stories of each fight are more important.
Recording winnings can be done on the Med V website, when it opens but the campaign doesn't start until July so hold your horses. In the meantime I recomend collecting the names/armies/pts of the peole who want to pla in the campaign and other such groundwork.
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