(11-18-2011, 04:21 PM)Glint Wrote: I am stating a point of view regards my personal choice regards H2H. Whether a scenario is good or crap is in the mind of the guy playing it, each individual will think differently.
Actually not true. But, I see your point.
(11-18-2011, 04:21 PM)Glint Wrote: If I design a scenario and play test it, it needs to be downloaded to record a game surely, or that's the way my mind sees it. The games were up for sometime in the database and never played.
First time I have seen this.
Most designers simply put their scenarios in the dBASE to be played. There are no points given for uploading scenarios, unless they go through H2H. My point was that you get to report a game that no one else gets to report. Simply because you were testing a scenario?
(11-18-2011, 04:21 PM)Glint Wrote: I chose to remove them for personal reasons that I won't go into on the forum.
I can understand why you do no wish to discuss this. But, it costs nothing to have a scenario sit in the dBASE. There are tons of scenarios that sit unplayed.
(11-18-2011, 04:21 PM)Glint Wrote: No, I think actually, your remarks are nothing to do with the original question in my thread and respectfully request that perhaps you open your own thread to discuss what makes a respected scenario designer/ what is a rubbish designer.
The thread topic was scenario design. Your original discussion started with asking about troop density in attack or defense?
From there as members tried to understand what specific answer you wanted it weaved through, how to design scenarios, what makes a good scenario, and how units are supplied in a scenario. (Funny that you made no comment about the supply diversion from your original premise?)
(11-18-2011, 04:21 PM)Glint Wrote: Sorry to all others who have contributed and thanks for the helpful replies.
What are you sorry for?
This thread meandered trough many thoughts and concepts on scenario design. It was all done in a "nice" way and I did not see any unhelpful replies. That a thread expands into many side discussions is part of any forum. If the mods wanted to keep it to your specific question they would have stepped in earlier on?
It is a forum? It is theirs to moderate.