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Council of 5 Nations Results

 
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Todd Kaeser
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 23, 2019 5:57 pm    Post subject: Council of 5 Nations Results

Good afternoon people.

Council of 5 Nations was a great success. We used historical parings (10 pairings and 20 armies - thanks to Bill [as he gives so much of his time and support], Ed and Matt) of about 1200 points each - give or take.

1 - NKE/Hittite
2 - 100YW/Med French
3 - Andalusian/F. Spanish
4 - C. Roman/Gauls
5 - L Crusader/Ayyubid
6 - Norman/Anglo-Dane
7 - E. Hoplite/Ach. Persian
8 - Polybian/L. Carthos
9 - Trojan/Mycenaean
10- E. Byz/Bulgar

We played on roughly 6x5 boards with reasonable terrain. Results were tabulated based on regular scoring for each matchup BUT bonus points were allotted for best result of each matchup (winning vs. losing, most points scored, etc....) Not every matchup was used twice but most were.

Results:

Ewan McNay - 20
Dan Woyke - 15
Chris Schulitz - 15
Matt Kollmer - 14
Scott McDonald - 14
Greg Siter - 13
Jake Kovel - 12
Christian W - 12
Rich Kroupa - 11
Todd Kaeser - 11
Ron Surdam - 11
Bill Low - 7
Bill Chamis - 6
Alex Stone - 5
Ed Kollmer - 3

Sportsman - Alex Stone

Not everyone played all 3 rounds but we declared a winner anyway Smile

Great turnout (we had people travel from D.C. area - all we asked if you were able to bring some dice and maybe some measuring sticks (although we had extra for others). Lots of newbies (we paired them as sub generals to experienced players) to get the feel of the game and I believe they enjoyed the format. Great thanks to Jevon for the organization and pairings as we went along.

Jevon, myself, Dan, Matt and Bill all met the weekend prior to organize armies at Bill's house. I made some new hills (ala Rich Kroupa and all his help) and brought some terrain. We would certainly like to do something like this again next year BUT we would love additional ideas, thoughts, corrections, advice.... you get the idea.

Todd Kaeser

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PostPosted: Tue Sep 24, 2019 12:30 am    Post subject: Thanks to our tireless organizers for a great event!

Thanks to our tireless organizers for a great event- for casual players like me the format was just about perfect.

It was a GREAT event for introducing new players - as a bonus, it made what we were playing a lot more understandable to passers by and gave us a great historical hook. In fact, we should probably have a sign on an easel that reads "Does this look like fun? Join us at x o'clock and push some beautiful lead - no experience required!" We might create one or two players - I would volunteer to take on a newbie as a partner.

Beyond thanking our organizers, Jevon, Todd , Dan, Matt and Bill, I'd like to thank the whole crew for welcoming my nephew Christian. He had a great time, and was asking about the next events as I drove him back to Rensselaer.

Meliora!

Bill the Younger
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