The Tournament has ended. Thanks to everyone for participation, medals in way for those who qualified
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Indeed, time to get the first CS Middle East tournament rolling!
And why not, as the game comes loaded with six Tournament scenarios to play:
Israel vs Libya:
- LINK: Set A01 - High Noon
- LINK: Set A02 - King of the Hil
- LINK: Set A03 - Cat and Mouse
- LINK: Set A04 - Motoring to Karam
Israel vs Syria:
- Set B01 - Into the Breach
- Set B02 - A Furious Charge
And if we so choose, we can always continue with the LINK: Duel for the Golan'85
NATO vs Warsaw Pact What-Ifs by Al Sandrik.
Tournament Set A and Set B scenarios are all set in 1982
, so a modern battle field it is, with guided missiles, helo gunships, thermal sighting, the lot. So if any of you have not had a chance to play with them yet, why not give few of the Teaching Set scenarios a quick spin. Especially the 1967, 1973 and 1982 versions give a good idea of how the firepower of various weapon systems increase.
Al Sandrik scenarios, as you may have figured out, are set in 1985, as modern as the game allows for.
[*]Have fun. Stay the course. If real life happens, send me a message I will find a replacement for you.
[*]Optional Rules per Scenario Description
[*]Try to maintain a decent turnaround for your turns.
[*]Two teams, rotating the sides per round, so everyone gets to play both the IDF and the Libyan / Syrian side of things.
[*]Points and tournament ranking:
- Major Win: 5 x SM of the given scenario
- Minor Win: 4 x SM of the given scenario
- Draw: 3 x SM of the given scenario
- Minor Loss: 2 x SM of the given scenario
- Major Loss: 1 x SM of the given scenario
But, rather than getting into a competitive mode, let us rather enjoy this as a good chance to have fun games under our belts, especially with modern gear. Participant medals for everyone completing five rounds, medals then for top dogs too.
Initial Roster as it stands:
- Battle Kat
- Ivan the Big
- Outlaw Josey Wales
- Fritzfarlig (standby)