BEAST - Bannerlord Early Access Skirmish Tournament

BEAST is the first Bannerlord Skirmish tournament in Europe.

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[BEAST#2] Division A - Week 4

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Aeronwen

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Division A - Week 4

Deadlines
Scheduling: 15.10.20 · Match: 18.10.20

Maps & Factions


Risen Manifest
2 (9)
(8) 2Destiny Masters
Deutschritter 1
2 (6)
(10) 2Keyboard Warriors Light
The Resolute
4(12)
(5)0Enigma
Defenders of Fortune
4 (12)
(0) 0no opponent
 
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Aeronwen

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Team 1 Team 2 Date Time
Risen Manifest vs Destiny Masters18/10/2020:00
Deutschritter 1 vs Keyboard Warriors Light18/10/20 19:30
The Resolute vs Enigma18/10/2019:00
Defenders of Fortune vs no opponent

Fixtures by table are:
RM vs DM
DR vs KW
RS vs Dof
Enigma - no opponent
Enigma cannot have no opponent twice in 2 weeks so
RM vs DM
DR vs KW
so RS vs Enigma
and DoF vs no opponent
 
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Ramon_Rus

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Resolute 4 (12) - (5) 0 Enigma




Good game mates! U try hard!
 

TheBard

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Deutschritter 2:2 Keyboard Warriors.

I must admit you actually outsmarted me totally on Xauna. GG WP!

XAUNA



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๖Kern

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Why didn't you write round scores aswell?
Why does it matter? The rounds do not matter unless Buchholz score fails to determine the "better" team when having the same amount of points.

I really don't understand why we count sets won instead of rounds. If a team wins a map 3:0 and 3:0 and then loses 3:2 and 3:2, it's pretty obvious who had the upper edge and IMO should be the winner of the match. The current system is demotivating at best. Is there an explanation for this decision? Or are we just pretending it is a better system than what we had in the past (Warband)?

@Ikea Knight @Aeronwen
 

Tryerror

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Why does it matter? The rounds do not matter unless Buchholz score fails to determine the "better" team when having the same amount of points.

I really don't understand why we count sets won instead of rounds. If a team wins a map 3:0 and 3:0 and then loses 3:2 and 3:2, it's pretty obvious who had the upper edge and IMO should be the winner of the match. The current system is demotivating at best. Is there an explanation for this decision? Or are we just pretending it is a better system than what we had in the past (Warband)?
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I dont know and dont want to string up any troubles but Its not like we wouldnt have liked to fight Enigma and Unity/ default which DR didnt got the chance for :wink:.
But yeah KW was brutally dominating with the famous keyboard warrior teabagging stile since Beast#1 (trademark) in the first half not gonna lie. Glad we could gather ourselfs up and give one hell of a fight back. GG WP! and thank you for that awesome fight and tactical insight on Xauna.
 

๖Kern

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I dont know and dont want to string up any troubles but Its not like we wouldnt have liked to fight Enigma and Unity/ default which DR didnt got the chance for :wink:.
But yeah KW was brutally dominating with the famous keyboard warrior teabagging stile since Beast#1 (trademark) in the first half not gonna lie. Glad we could gather ourselfs up and give one hell of a fight back. GG WP! and thank you for that awesome fight and tactical insight on Xauna.
I didn't mean to touch you or point at your team, my post was about the system.
 
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I think the system is wrong and we should change it.How is it possible getting 10 rounds and losing 6 and it becomes a draw?In competitive side this shouldn't happen.And the group stage is there for ''points'' and points should be coming from ''rounds'' not maps.You can rearrange points in order to calculate ''rounds'' and it can be changed,no matter it is mid-tournament.They are just points.And you are not changing anything in-game like Class-limit system,it should be okay.
 
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WilliamWallce

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Why does it matter? The rounds do not matter unless Buchholz score fails to determine the "better" team when having the same amount of points.

I really don't understand why we count sets won instead of rounds. If a team wins a map 3:0 and 3:0 and then loses 3:2 and 3:2, it's pretty obvious who had the upper edge and IMO should be the winner of the match. The current system is demotivating at best. Is there an explanation for this decision? Or are we just pretending it is a better system than what we had in the past (Warband)?

@Ikea Knight @Aeronwen
While it’s obviously frustrating to tie the game having dominated large portions of it, I think the outcome is ultimately fair, at least in the context of this tournament. It was a great game and a good comeback from DR, the onus was on us to win one of the last two sets and we couldn’t manage it. GG’s, well deserved :grin:.