In the match between DFD and SRT, a problem appeared in one round when one player (cavalry) ran away from like 3 other (including another cav) until he obtained a draw. He didn't even try to fight them (I had footage but its all screwed up). This is the point of this disscussion, so we can avoid these stupid situations in the future.
Current rule states that a player can run away to obtain a draw, but he isn't allowed to hide in a corner of the map. This seem incomplete, in my oppinion. My reasons for the previous affirmation are:
1) A player can run away easly and get the draw if mounted, even if he is up against the whole other team.
2) It is very easy on some maps to hide (e.g. Village) and just wait for the draw.
Okay now. In my oppinion, running away like that is unfair/unsportsmanlike. Same with the hiding and waiting. We can just appeal to the teams common sense and tell them to just attack and try their luck. BUT, what happens if one team is one round away of losing. What if they keep a guy somewhere and if they lose, he runs/hides and does that forever (if they manage to avoid MotF, that is).
EDIT: I propose a simple solution: MAKE THE DRAWS COUNT!