You have a point man (pun intended). ;)
It is the H2H process that was supposed to weed out problems within a scenario. Mostly to ensure balance and fun during play.
As both Huib and I said, there may be "issues" with an approved scenario that would cause a designer to amend it after it is "approved for H2H" play. But, they should not be done when they change the scenario from it's intended design?
Things like altering the map, the OOB, the set up, the reinforcements, or victory conditions should have a designer ask to remove the H2H label take the scenario back to H2H testing. :smoke:
A designer could always ask to return their scenario to H2H testing. Hopefully with minor changes that could help it move quickly to "re"-approval?
It's not a bad thing to ask for an approved scenario to be removed from the H2H "approved status" if the designer deems it so?
My concern is that the scenario passed through testing and was found to be fun and balanced in it's current form
. If the testers felt that way and did not find the designers "flaw" during testing, the designer may be tinkering without feedback. Why fix what is not broken and take the risk of unbalancing the scenario? :chin:
Thanks for your comments. If you want to send me an e-mail or further discuss it here, I'd like to find out the specifics and see what the intentions are for making any changes.