Mr.MoreTanks Posted November 4, 2015 Report Share Posted November 4, 2015 Howdy folks, Capt A and I are thinking about applying to dual HOG the next OFCC. We've been talking about ideas to help reinvigorate the fun and unique aspect of OFCC and I had an idea that I thought I might first ask the lot of you before proposing it to the senate. How would you feel about instead of players playing individually, they play 2 vs 2. Hear me out, we reduce individual point limits to around 1,250pts or so, and limit each player to 2 detachments. When you and your teammate are playing on the field you interact with your teammates' models as if they were Allies of Convenience. This prevents you and your opponents from pulling off insane combos, or being next to useless. In addition, we may attempt to institute a limit of codexes per team. This is just a rough idea, but I really like the idea of players actually playing together for a team event. In addition to this, I was thinking of having players receive a specific number; 1-4. In each round, players are paired with a specific number. This removes a HUGE level of chipmunking or sandbagging that, let's face it, is becoming all too often at OFCC. By having the pairings already set, it solves one of the most frustrating aspects of OFCC. We'd let players on a team choose which number they are, and show which teammates are playing which missions, and most likely we'd let Captains create final pairings for round 5. One other excellent advantage to this format is that it helps out those gamer's who are far more casual if they are playing with a teammate who is far more up to date on their rules. This prevents rules from falling under the cracks, and let's face it that happens enough as is, and prevents an inexperienced or out of practice player from being walked on rules wise and feeling trapped. So what do you guys think? Would some changes to OFCC kill it for you? Are these ideas too much or too little? What do you guys think? 3 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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