Carda wrote:I'm a regular at a local gaming store that focuses on tabletop RPGs, CCGs, and miniture strategy games ranging from ____Clix (fill in the blank, they have pretty much all the different ones) to Warhammer and such. They have special gaming tables set up that provide sufficient room for not only card games, but full-scale 40K battles and the like.
So naturally, I started thinking: "I wonder if I could generate interest in a BrikWars League?"
Of course, such a brilliant idea has some issues that must first be resolved.
Sticking Point #1: These 40K players are the Serious Business type. Full-blown luggage to tote their armies around, tape measures down to the 16th of an inch, etc. I question their openness to a game where the one rule that must be upheld above all else is The Rule Of Fudge.
Sticking Point #2: I know that the best way to play is with The Goal Of Total Annihilation Of All Those Present On The Battlefield, but having other potential scenarios with different goals should help add some variety to things.
Sticking Point #3: How exactly would I go about pitching the idea for a BrikWars League to the shop owners without getting laughed out of the front door?
I welcome any input on the above.
Almighty Benny wrote:Probably the best way to get people into it would be to set up a game of Brikwars between you and your friends in the store and let the hardcore guys watch. Get all your best models and make sure the game goes well (ie. lot's of violence and explosions). You might get some bites that way, and if you don't, that's just proof that none of them would have made good BrikWarriors in the first place.
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