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Old October 26th, 2006, 11:31 AM
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Originally Posted by Hendal
I think all boards should have a 24 starting zone, just add more tiles on the back side ( what I did in Canton was for the boards that didn't have 24 starting spaces, you could only add extra spaces if you needed them ). We used random glyphs in the canton Tourney and I think it worked out better then knowing what was where. In the Central Ohio tourney you had people wanting one side or the other because they wanted to be closer to the attack glyph verses the defense glyph. When they are random ( unknown ) you don't have this problem.

I also made a house rule where the curse only affectst he team that picks it up, it cost me the tourneyment but I really like that rule.

Truth was at both of these tourneys, maybe ask him what he thinks.
You have to be careful not to exceed the single master set limitation when adding anything to an official map. At Gencon we had exactly one master set per map to work with and ran short on hexes by trying to add to deployment zones.


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