aybraus wrote:Okay slow class, let's do a play-by-play of what I'm asking for with this topic.
First the subject, "I seem to have forgotten this." It indicates that I (1) have played Brikwars before and (2) am searching for information that I can't find anywhere else.
Then I ask for the "suggested CP limit." This means that I intend to use cost points and thus do not want a reply that tells me not to use them. I would like a suggestion of this type and not your damn opinion.
"Typical, casual brikwars game" is an indication of the target size of my brikwars game. Suggesting that I play a game "that suits my needs" is completely unhelpful to me because this is what I am trying to accomplish by posing the question. It's as if I am asking how to operate a fire hose, and you are suggesting that I put out that nearby fire.
Give me your opinion how many CPs each player would need for a two player game on a coffee table, counting building. Using a TYPICAL army, meaning proper proportions of minifigs, heros, and special creations. Make it your opinion and an approximation, too.
I did tell you how many; 200 to 500 CP. I only said that it would give you, and I quote;
"a decent sized force that's not stretching it if you don't have a lot of Legos".
That means that you have a force that is "fair, good enough, okay, significant, or substantial" in size according to a dictionary.
You asked for a SUGGESTED CP limit for a TYPICAL game. One, we all gave you our suggestions. I said what I said, other people said other things, including no CP counting which would mean limitless, no? A typical game is also different for everyone. I typically use CP, other people never have. That's the end of it.
Don't be a penis just because people gave you an answer based on your vague question.