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i am not sure if this concept exists already but the aim of my idea is as follows: promote greater variations within armies used in a tornament.
now here's the idea it's rough and straight from the top of my head: in this tornament for each round you must use a different army list, no list can be used more than once and (if the said tornament is 2500pts) every non HQ unit must be represented in at least one of your entered lists.
there are alot of flaws within my idea and it wouldn't work for most armies but the potential concept i believe is possible even if it does force players to use sub standard armies.
http://web.archive.org/web/200605250...ds/default.htm is the page to go to
i still find it weird that i need to converse with myself to get a discussion going on a topic i'm sure people would definitely have some form of opinion on.
Last edited by Gintoki; February 26th, 2010 at 01:33. Reason: pointed to exact webpage for hazards
The problem is people would have to have very large armies with a variety of units to play. Unless you made it so they only had to change like one thing which sort of defeats the point.
Another way to add variation is my own "its dead" rule. Basically, it means that when a unit has died you cannot use it in future games. Unfortuantely, this means that if someone gets lucky in one game they then have a bigger army than everyone else.
Its a very difficult idea to get right. I'll be interested in what people have to say about it.
i'm liking my idea for using 40k hazards and then saying "you are allowed to use more than one list in this competition and we will tell you the special rules of the map before you make your list descision" yeah people will probably need a variety of units to play around with but it would definitely increase the tactical challenges involved with using the armies.