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Running modified Shifting Loyalties map campaign with "Hide Out" rules. Starting May 1st and wrapping up August 4th. Game Changers Game Store, Farmington, New Mexico. 217 W Main St, Farmington, NM 8740. (505) 330-8479 Introducing Game Changers 2018 Malifaux Campaign! From May 1st to August 4th This is a modified version of "Shifting Loyalties" We will be using the optional rules from the book; *Stay Dead *Collusion and Trading *The Good Doctor *Cut 'em up for Parts *Hide Outs Additionally $10 entry fee (Prize Pool) is required to be paid to CGC no later than May 1st. During this Campaign players will be; *Choosing a "Hide Out", building/buying/painting a terrain piece no larger than 12"x12"x12" and gaining upgrades for it. *Competing for "Territories" on a 3D map that Craig Gjedde is constructing. *Posting Encounters/Hobby/Paint on Communication Board *Celebrating the "Competitive Spirit" and "Sportsmanship" Each Player will receive a "Campaign Dossier" that includes the "Shifting Loyalties" rules, the modified rules and forms to participate in this one of a kind Campaign. Malifaux Campaign 2018.docx
The article "Deception" by Michael Kelmelis in Chronicles 15 seems to have opened up a huge debate in the Chronicles 15 (and beyond) thread (located here). One side of the discussion considers the forms of deception outlined in the article to be unsportsmanlike, while the other side considers deception during the game to be permissible. I thought it would be worthwhile to start a thread specifically to discuss both whether deception is permissible in Malifaux, and if so, what types are permissible. Follow the link to the other thread to see the beginnings of the discussion!