Sunday, November 16, 2014

Fall League 2014 Week Five

Week Five's mission is "Hold The Line". Highlighting how well you can hold ground verses your opponent.
Composition: The base is found here, the only change we are making to it is the following.

    1. Compulsory make up is only one HQ unit, the troop units are optional. 

Objectives: After terrain has been set-up, but before determining Deployment Maps and table halves, the players must place 6 Objective Markers that are individually numbered 1 through 6 on the battlefield, using the rules for Placing Objective Markers.

Deployment: Players must deploy using the Standard Deployment Method.

Map: Vanguard.

First Turn: The player that set up first can choose to take the first or second turn. If they decide to take the first turn, their opponent can attempt to Seize the Initiative.

Victory Conditions: At the end of the game, the player who has scored the most Victory Points is the winner.

Primary Objectives: Players are attempting to hold ground represented by Objective Markers. For each turn that you hold an Objective Marker roll again for Mysterious Objectives. Any unit can hold Objective Markers, but contested Markers reward no points. For example of two opposing units of Elites are batting for an Objective no points are awarded, with that if an elite unit and a troop unit are contesting the same Objective point are awarded to the player holding it with the troop unit. Units that are fleeing past an Objective Marker do not count as holding it. Awarding Victory Points for Objective Markers are done at the end of each players turn, one point per Objective Marker. If you hold the same Objective Marker for more than one turn you are awarded D3 Victory Points.

Secondary Objectives: Slay the Warlord, First Blood and Linebreaker.

Mission Special Rules: Night Fighting, Reserves, Mysterious Objectives.

Match ups:

1. Corbett vs Brad
2. Tom vs Dave
3. Pete vs Rob
4. Star vs Robert
5. Joe vs Kyle

If I missed you on the match ups email me and let me know. 

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