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Hey all, i usually have a bunch of friends come over every now and then. To make this interesting we added a simple chart 2pts for a win 1 for a draw and 0 for a lose. This however had a loads of flaws, have proxies, not painted, ect.
So i have re-done the points system, pretty much you get your score then times it by the Composition score(this is to get rid of cheesey armies). Each game is out of 30 but I'd be looking at 15-20pts per game.Example i got 20 pts in a game then only had 0.8 Composition score 20x0.8=16, so my final score is 16.
Tournament points (Potential 10pts)
Enemy commander (HQ or Hero/Lord with highest points cost) is dead, falling back or off the table +1pt
Painting points (Potential 10pts)
Fully painted army 8pts
Over ¾ painted 6pts
Over ½ painted 4pts
Under ½ painted 0pts
A fully painted army is eligible for bonus points, to award extra effort
Highlighting/shading on all models +1pt
All models are based +1pt (this could be gravel or sand from where ver not just GW stuff,be creative)
Sportsmanship (Potential 5pts)
-Make all measurements clear and concise
-Talk to your opponent about what they are doing in each phase
-Good attitude towards the game
-Don’t get pissed off and become depressed when losing, don’t brag and become a annoying opponent when winning
-Roll dice in an open area and agree on what scores you need to hit and wound. Don’t assume your opponent knows what to do
(Note that these are examples of what your looking for, so 5 would be a really enjoyable game whilst 0 who be a really bad game)
Bonus (Potential 5pts)
-Does your army not contain any “proxies” or inappropriate conversions
- All models represent what they have
- Completely wipe-out your opponent
- Use complex painting/sculpting methods, such as effective use of greenstuff, freehand and non-metallic metals
-Does your army have less than 300pts in any of the Elites, Fast attack and Heavy support sections? Does your army have 40% in Core choices?
Composition score (multiplier)
-Does your army not contain more than 3 of the one unit *0.2pt
-Does your army have more Troop choices than Elite, Fast attack and heavy support combined?
-Does your army have more Core choices than Special and Rare combined? *0.2pt
-Does your army only have 1 HQ? Does your army not have more than 2 characters? *0.2pt
- Brings measurement tape, dice, templates, movement trays and terrain?*0.2pt
(this is an issue as some people come over with a army, no dice, no terrain)
-Does your army not have special characters in it? *0.2pt
Is this too competitive, we started with about 5-10 people now we have up to 15 players! I believe it is uptight but a necessary change, what do you think?
I think it's a great idea if you play a lot, and all of your opponents are fine with and agree on the score. I don't think I could ever get stuck with a system like this, but the list itself looks really nice. I don't think it's too competitve, but some of the points may lead to unnecessary discussion/quarrelling, but then again, if you and your opponents are friends and know each other well, this might not be the case.
Do you plan on using it as a score board to win a tournament? It would certainly be a good base for a score board instead of just the usual comp+sportsmanship scores.
Good luck with it!
5000p. High Elves
We'll a group of us went to Conflict, they had a similar score sheet. So we all decided to change it, it was annoying too see a pro who plays to win rather than to be nice and to paint their army. Were considering the buff the sportsmanship up to 10pts because that's the whole point of warhammer, to have fun.