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|The Battle for Ammoriss is Over!|
|Topic Started: 3 Feb 2010, 07:29 PM (358 Views)|
|☺Easy E||3 Feb 2010, 07:29 PM Post #1|
Greetings AB Players.
The Battle for Ammoriss is now over. Let's take a quick look at the results.
Warzone 1- Heart of Ammoriss
Warzone 2- Spine of the North
Warzone 3- Iron Valley
Warzone 4- Alset Mountains
Warzone 10- Savage Coast
Warzone 11- Pierefoy
Warzone 12- New Frontier
Warzone 7- King’s Island
Warzone 8- Riderback Massif
Warzone 12- Parched lands
Warzone 15- Greater Ammoriss
Warzone 5- Fortress North
Warzone 6- Vostoch Archipelago
Warzone 9- Verdant Strip
Warzone 14- Polar South
Warzone 16- Bunkra II
The winner of the Camapign is the one who completed the most of their factions Objectives. Each faction had a primary, secondary, and tertiary objective as laid out in the Campaign rules. Using this measure, the victory clearly goes to the Imperials!
1. Control the Artifact of Ammoriss- The Artifact was lcated in the Ruins of Old Jacko in Warzone 10. Not only did the Imperials capture this territory early from Chaos, but they solidified their position by winning the Seige of Pierefoy and locating arcane relics that helped reveal the Artifacts resting place to Inquisitor Brochlaughn and Confessor Wulfenberg.
2. Control Ammoriss- Control 7 of 14 territories. At the end of the Campaign. The Imperials controlled 8 territories.
3. Determine the Loyalty of the Ad-Mech- Earn at least half control points in 6 key AD-Mech locations. The Imperials completed their objective in 5 out of 6 of those territories.
Congratulations to the Imperials. They won the Painting portion of the Battle for Ammoriss and also the battle portion. Ammoriss remains in the Emperor's benevolent fold!
Thank you to everyone who participated. I can't speak for the entire Battle for Ammoriss team (You know who you are), but I had a good time with this.
Things to still look forward to:
1. Feedback Thread- What went good/bad/could be different.
2. Battle of Ammoriss Wrap-up PDF- A re-telling of the campaign in Fluff format with conclusion
3. Battle for Ammoriss Compendium PDF- All the special rules from the Campaign
PM me if you have questions.
Edited by Easy E, 3 Feb 2010, 08:36 PM.
|de Selby||5 Feb 2010, 07:44 PM Post #2|
|Well done to everybody involved. Do the final results reflect the numbers of players on each side? I presume the Imperials outnumbered the other factions...|
|☺Easy E||5 Feb 2010, 10:30 PM Post #3|
The winner was not based on the size of a faction, but the control points earned by posting bat reps.
The Imperials did outnumber the other factions (As they posted more batt reps), however the scoring system divided the total points by the number of games played so theoretically larger numbers would not allow one faction to simply overwhelm another by numbers alone.
For example, if a warzone had 5 total Imperial battles and the Imperials earned 65 control points, the actual Warzone results for the Imperials would be 13.
If the same warzone had 3 ork battles with a total of 45 control points, the final control point results for the Orks would be 15.
Therefore, the Orks would "win" control of the Warzone with 15 points compared to 13, even though they fought fewer battles.
If you would like mor einfo on the scoring system, you can take a look at it in the Battle for Ammoriss Sourcebook, book 2 or you can PM me. I would be happy to hear any tweaks to the system.
Edited by Easy E, 5 Feb 2010, 10:33 PM.
|Gallows Bait||6 Feb 2010, 09:57 AM Post #4|
Warrant Officer First Class
|Has been really nice to see this alongside the painting campaigns and so forth, really think everyone involved did a great job. Certainly has made me wish I had more of an army painted up so I could actually play some games and get involved.|
|☺Easy E||6 Feb 2010, 08:39 PM Post #5|
Thanks for the kind words.
As promised here is the Battle For Ammoriss Compendium, Compilation, and STC Designs booklets which recap all the special rules that came out as the campaign progressed.
The original Battle for Ammoriss Sourcebboks can be found here: http://www.box.net/shared/8lnb73nd2l
Still to come is the History of the Battle for Ammoriss and the feedback thread.
Edited by Easy E, 8 Feb 2010, 09:36 PM.
|☺Easy E||27 Mar 2010, 04:10 AM Post #6|
The Final Report is up at the above link. Check it out along with all the other Battle for Ammoriss sourcebooks.
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