Scoring and Awards

Awards

  • Top Players in Overall
    • The top spots from the “Overall” will be recognized for their achievements across the board.
  • Top Players in Appearance
    • The armies will be given a rigorous appearance evaluation with the highest scoring armies being recognized for their achievements.
  • Top Players in Favorite Opponent
    • Players who “Wow” their opponents with being awesome to play against will be recognized.
  • The Complete Hobbyist
    • This award will go to the player who achieves the highest average across Battle Points, Favorite Opponent Votes and Appearance with a completely equal weighting from each category.

“Overall” Score Breakdown

Category

Points

Percentage

Battle/Games

120

60%

Army Appearance

50

25%

Preferred Opponent

30

15%

Total

200

100%

Overall – Battle Points

Each scenario will be scored on a 0-20 point scale.

Difference
(in Victory Points)

Victor

Defeated

0-149

10

10

150-299

11

9

300-449

12

8

450-599

13

7

600-749

14

6

750-899

15

5

900-1049

16

4

1050-1199

17

3

1200-1349

18

2

1350-1499

19

1

1500+

20

0

Overall – Preferred Opponent

Players will be asked after round 4 to rank each of their opponents in order from “most preferred” to “last preferred”.  Each place will be worth a different amount of points (Max of 30).

  • 1st – 8 pts
  • 2nd – 6 pts
  • 3rd – 3 pts
  • 4th – 1 pt

We want everyone to have a great time. We’ll do out part, you do yours. 🙂

Bonus

There are 5 bonus points available for being awesome.  If you make it easy on us you get these points.  That means getting your list in on time and without any errors on the first try!  Oh, and not bringing any unpainted models.  Should be easy, right?

Penalties

Judges will be issuing penalties for bad conduct (really, it shouldn’t come to this).

1st offense – Warning
2nd offense – 5 point penalty to overall score
3rd offense – Ejected from event

The score sheets will each have a Pass/Fail for “Player Conduct”. If you receive a Fail (meaning the game was poor, you would never want to repeat that experience) a judge will come find you to determine why the game was so bad. This may result in a Warning, with repeated offenses carrying a more serious penalty (see below).
Pass = Anywhere from “just ok” to “AWESOME!”
Fail = A game you would not voluntarily play again given the choice.

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