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About Euclid

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  1. Wait what? This seems massively against the nature of a team event?
  2. The whole "super team" thing is nonsense. Congratulations to the victors. Now, I didn't attend this year for various reasons but have a few questions if you would entertain me: 1) did anyone utilise the "faction flexibility" that was available? Everything I've seen leading up to the event had people classed as "the neverborn player" of the team, for example. Would players being fixed faction make a difference? If this was adopted, is it required to have the limit of one faction per team? 2) it seems there is consensus that the matching process was lacking. For future iterations of this process how impactful do players think this process should be? If a team "wins" the match up should they be massively favoured or just advantaged? 3) I know team events work differently to individual events, so did the scoring for this event (a 1 point win the equivalent of a 10 point win) change how people play? Would there be any benefits to having some measure of "winningness" included in the round scores? 4) I haven't heard any reports of this, but my concern about attending as "the arcanist" player on the team was that I would always be playing interference if it was in the round. And if not I would always be leaving my Mark. Was this unfounded concern or did attendees have "repeat game experiences"? Apologies for the large post, especially considering I did not attend. I hope I am not coming across in any negative light with this post as it is primarily driven by genuine interest and a hope that the event is something more akin to what I would enjoy next year.
  3. With scout the field and the 8" place happening every turn including the first he can begin the game 13" + 30mm from the deployment zone... in standard & flank deployment this would start him on the opponents half if I'm not mistaken... Are there any interactions that can abuse this?
  4. Any word on that rule pack?
  5. Paid up. Wooo
  6. Ticket purchased.
  7. I am looking forward to this Would prefer GG17 if attendee preference is of interest.
  8. Wave 4 allowed? Aww man now I need to find me some Parker Barrows proxies...
  9. I've enjoyed the podcast so far. Listened to all episodes bar #2. Anyway feedback - Sound good? - I do generally need to turn my volume up to hear Ben. The guest and aaron are usually a little louder. Aside from myself, the best guest is a bit of a cop out as it coincidences with best episode - #9. The panel. That episode was great! More coverage? I dunno. Tbh I enjoy the tactical discussions and the rambly fun episodes.
  10. New store? Won't be able to make it along for the demo evening, but when is the first tournament planned?
  11. Cuddle pistols? I typed n-e-r-f! Although cuddle pistol sounds awesome
  12. With everything that happened in the last fortnight I was delayed in trying to organize my initial idea, so sadly we won't have really nice wooden faction statues. We will however have some totally not last minute grabbed from wherever nonsense. Totally not sir! (I almost bought 7 cuddle pistols to paint faction colours yesterday, who knows what I'll end up getting)
  13. 32 Paid up attendees. Wooop!