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Well we all knew it was going to happen.. :sleep:
Link: Games Workshop's Warhammer Nemesis Crown Campaign: Login
Check out the leaderboard for Nemesis Crown.. Its obviously a complete load of rubbish, people registering 10 massacres in 1 day and what not..
After Medusa V, I wouldve thought GW would find a way to put a stop to this crap, but apparently not. What do you make of it? Do you think its a case of there not being much GW can do about it?
It really does ruin a good thing
Dark Elves - Game #28 vs High Elves: Draw
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are you saying I didn't make 10 massacres that day. huh, HUH!!!
bah, makes me not want to bother with it this year, i hate cheaters
Wash: This landing is gonna get pretty interesting.
Mal: Define "interesting".
Wash: [deadpan] Oh God, oh God, we're all going to die?
Absolutely despicable, why would you bother cheating in a campaign that will wind up changing nothing. Some people are too stupidly competitive.
I hope they'll have sorted this out within a day or two. Of course the downside to that means that people will be busy going through all of this instead of doing other work for us all.
Remember children: don't cheat, it makes for a bad Black Gobbo.
Veni Vidi Variant
I came, I saw, I got a different type of Leman Russ.
The spikey ones go faster.
98% of the teen population has smoked weed, the other 2% went straight to crack.
Saga of the Ages. Click it.
Rules for grenades are on page 72 of the rulebook.
I have always wondered, is it the players or GW pumping up/bloating the stats ? As it seems to be the core races that get the most "cheat" results.
98% of the teen population has smoked weed, if you are the 2% that hasn't, and blindly believe everything you read on the net, then put this in your signature.
PS - i AM the Green Lantern
The result will be along the same lines of the Storm of Chaos campaign. It must have largely been written in advance and the actual results had surprisingly little to do with it. Face it, if the results said chaos wiped the Empire of the face of the map GW were never going to remove the Empire as an army. The fluff will have been written already and the results will not really affect it.
Quite why anyone would get 10 massacres in a day is also hilarious. If you assume an average game time of 2 hours for a 2000 point battle it would mean playing for 20 hours in one day. Anyone sad enough to do that gets all the punishment they need by just not having a life.
Helper monkey, bring me beer and donuts
im a staunch defender of the hobby and will claim that it is not sad to play with toy dwarfs and goblins till the cows come home, but cheating on an online campaign for a fantasy wargame is just about the saddest thing you could possibly do...it could only be made worse if, while they were posting up their results, they were dressed as a hobbit and masterbating over a Star Trek character.
Most. pointless. Activity. Ever
Last edited by Sir Theobold the Lame; July 2nd, 2007 at 14:00. Reason: spelling mistakes!
PLAN CLAN MAN!!
He who makes a beast of himself gets rid of the pain of being a man- S. Johnson
I'm trying to understand which of those activities is most pointless.
Cheating in a fantasy campaign.
Dressing up like a hobbit.
Masturbating to a Star Trek character.
Maybe we should create a poll.
Nids & Guard
GMail = MVBrandt
I've been wondering about these campaigns for a while now. I followed but didn't participate in Medusa V last year(first experience I've had), and now there's Nemesis Crown. What exactly is the point of all the hype? There appears to be no money at stake: There's no entry fee, the "winners" don't receive anything, and yet GW clearly sets marketing money aside every year to hype the &@^# out of whatever the current campaign is. Why? Is it really a backwards form of "market research," as I've heard others say? Does GW really learn anything about its products and their fans from these sorts of events? How can they, with such blatant cheating/fudging running rampant?