Sengoku Jidai tournament 2018 - Round Two

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Sengoku Jidai tournament 2018 - Round Two

Post by ahuyton » Sun Sep 30, 2018 7:41 pm

So, with Kiwiwarlord's team taking a substantial lead it is time to launch Round Two. This will be exactly the same format as Round One but with the sides reversed. So Kiwiwarlord and his team play with Ikko-Ikki and LFDLM and his team play with Uesugi.

Whoever is in the mood sets up the game, but in case of confusion or delay could LFDLM's team please make sure that games are underway.

As a reminder the updated rules are below.

Have fun

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Team A - Round One Uesugi 1572-74, Round Two Early Ikko-Ikki (1555-1574)
Kiwiwarlord
Snugglebunnies
Thegraymouser
Sillygoy

Team B - Round One Early Ikko-Ikki (1555-1574), Round Two Uesugi 1572-74
LFDLM
Gdod
W_Michael
ahuyton

Format

Round 1 - Sengoku Jidai period

Each player plays one skirmish open game against each player in the other team. So four games per player.
Size - large
Terrain - potluck

Armies - team generals, all players use the same army in each battle.

Deadline - let's try to get the games done by 30 September please.

Round 2 - Historic battle -Sengoku Jidai period

As above, only with sides reversed.

Deadline - let's try to get the games done by 31 October please.

Round 3 - Historic battle - Sekigahara

Each player plays a pair of games against one player from the opposing team. So 2 games only per player.

The winner of Round 1 decides on the match-up, except that the two team generals must play each other.

Points for winning and losing

Victory by breaking the opponents army - 4 points
Marginal victory after 24 turns, ie smaller % lost but without breaking the opponent - 2 points
Draw - -1 point for dishonour
Loss - 0 points but 1 bonus point if winner loses 50% or more of army

If team general defeats opposing team general - bonus 2 points

Reporting results

The winner should please report in the tournament forum, in the following format

playera of team xxx defeated playerb of teamzzz 40-15
Optional short account of the battle and maybe a few kind words for the loser

Adjudication

If needed, I will decide as neutrally as possible. Where it affects the outcome of the tournament or a game, I will ask a neutral to intervene and decide. Hopefully this will not be necessary.

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Re: Sengoku Jidai tournament 2018 - Round Two

Post by w_michael » Sun Sep 30, 2018 8:48 pm

Deadline 31 October?
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Re: Sengoku Jidai tournament 2018 - Round Two

Post by ahuyton » Mon Oct 01, 2018 7:55 am

w_michael wrote:
Sun Sep 30, 2018 8:48 pm
Deadline 31 October?
For finishing the games. Is that too much? I don't want to pressurise people.

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Re: Sengoku Jidai tournament 2018 - Round Two

Post by w_michael » Mon Oct 01, 2018 3:15 pm

That deadline should be fine. The text said September 30th, so I wanted to clarify. May we have a team score total after round one?

EDIT: My mistake. I only read the round one deadline.
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Re: Sengoku Jidai tournament 2018 - Round Two

Post by w_michael » Mon Oct 01, 2018 3:26 pm

Four challenges created:

Kiwiwarlord, password: Ikko
Snugglebunnies, password: Ikki
TheGreyMouser, Password: Monk
Sillygoy, Password: Peasant
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Re: Sengoku Jidai tournament 2018 - Round Two

Post by ahuyton » Mon Oct 01, 2018 4:57 pm

w_michael wrote:
Mon Oct 01, 2018 3:15 pm
That deadline should be fine. The text said September 30th, so I wanted to clarify. May we have a team score total after round one?

EDIT: My mistake. I just read the round one deadline.
Hi Will

I created a thread with the individual and team scores, here it is http://www.slitherine.com/forum/viewtop ... 32&t=87826, but here anyway is the team score:

Kiwiwarlord team - 46 points
LFDLM team - 21 points

We have a lot to do!

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Re: Sengoku Jidai tournament 2018 - Round Two

Post by SnuggleBunnies » Mon Oct 01, 2018 5:13 pm

Challenges up for ahuyton, GDod, LFDLM pw snuggles

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Re: Sengoku Jidai tournament 2018 - Round Two

Post by w_michael » Mon Oct 01, 2018 5:47 pm

ahuyton wrote:
Mon Oct 01, 2018 4:57 pm
We have a lot to do!
No worries. Ikko Ikki are pushovers. :D
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Re: Sengoku Jidai tournament 2018 - Round Two

Post by ahuyton » Mon Oct 01, 2018 8:12 pm

Challenges up for:

- Kiwiwarlord
- Sillygoy
-TGM

pw alan

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Re: Sengoku Jidai tournament 2018 - Round Two

Post by sillygoy » Tue Oct 02, 2018 2:18 am

Challenges accepted; challenge issued for LFDLM, password "nyorai."

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Re: Sengoku Jidai tournament 2018 - Round Two

Post by w_michael » Tue Oct 02, 2018 2:21 am

Wow, the Uesugi have so many options! It is so hard to choose.

As in the previous round, I am playing the same army composition for each challenge before viewing the battlefield.
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Re: Sengoku Jidai tournament 2018 - Round Two

Post by sillygoy » Sun Oct 07, 2018 5:40 pm

sillygoy's 20,291 Ikko Ikki (18%) defeat LFDLM's 12,319 Uesugi (49%).

Very intense match full of mindgames thanks to hills and forests that obscured vision. LFDLM was an honorable opponent as always. GG!

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Re: Sengoku Jidai tournament 2018 - Round Two

Post by KiwiWarlord » Mon Oct 08, 2018 8:41 am

Well done Sillygoy, you are giving your teammates much confidence.

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Re: Sengoku Jidai tournament 2018 - Round Two

Post by ahuyton » Mon Oct 08, 2018 5:11 pm

KiwiWarlord wrote:
Mon Oct 08, 2018 8:41 am
Well done Sillygoy, you are giving your teammates much confidence.
He is much too good :)

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Re: Sengoku Jidai tournament 2018 - Round Two

Post by sillygoy » Tue Oct 09, 2018 2:01 am

You honor me, my lords. But you know that I only do my duty for the people and for Buddha!

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Re: Sengoku Jidai tournament 2018 - Round Two

Post by sillygoy » Tue Oct 09, 2018 4:23 pm

sillygoy's 21,332 Ikko Ikki (9%) defeat w_michael's 15,424 Uesugi (48%)

Mindgames were again insane in this match, owing to very interesting terrain given to us by the map generator. The focal point of the match was a patch of rough terrain in the middle of a deep stream cutting through the center of the map where much of the fighting was done. Good game!

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Re: Sengoku Jidai tournament 2018 - Round Two

Post by sillygoy » Thu Oct 11, 2018 5:22 am

sillygoy's 19,655 Ikko Ikki (35%) defeat GDod's 14,939 Uesugi (70%)

Very bloody and hard-fought match, with thousands of casualties on both sides. Overeager troops getting flank-charged abounded in this one. GG!

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Re: Sengoku Jidai tournament 2018 - Round Two

Post by KiwiWarlord » Thu Oct 11, 2018 7:24 am

sillygoy wrote:
Thu Oct 11, 2018 5:22 am
sillygoy's 19,655 Ikko Ikki (35%) defeat GDod's 14,939 Uesugi (70%)
sillygoy's 21,332 Ikko Ikki (9%) defeat w_michael's 15,424 Uesugi (48%)
Bravo that man :D :D

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Re: Sengoku Jidai tournament 2018 - Round Two

Post by sillygoy » Thu Oct 11, 2018 2:50 pm

sillygoy's 19,894 Ikko Ikki (5%) defeat ahuyton's 11,316 Uesugi (44%)

This round, ahuyton spent lots of points on cavalry and yumi samurai. This panicked me early on, making me dissolve my neat checkerboard for something that would better withstand getting pelted at range. Perhaps it was this initial disorganization that encouraged ahuyton to move forward aggressively and engage me in rough terrain. GG mate.

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Re: Sengoku Jidai tournament 2018 - Round Two

Post by KiwiWarlord » Thu Oct 11, 2018 8:32 pm

TGM,Snuggles & I are very pleased that you are a Member of Team A Sillygoy.
Absolutely brilliant result.
We of Team A salute you !! :D

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