Then the same for the 2nd teams of the guilds?Does each team need to fight BOTH squads of an enemy guild?Or have I misunderstood?
My head hurts just thinking about trying to organise this but I do really like the idea of having structured guild events.Perhaps this is something that could be stretched over a week.With proper organisation and cooperation from players and GMs.So am I correct in assuming the draw would look something like:Guild A1 vs Guild B1Guild A1 vs Guild C1Guild A1 vs Guild D1Guild B1 vs Guild C1Guild B1 vs Guild D1Guild C1 vs Guild D1Then the same for the 2nd teams of the guilds?Does each team need to fight BOTH squads of an enemy guild?Or have I misunderstood?If this is the case, perhaps this is something that needs to be spread over a few days or week?Have a certain number of fights per day.Just wondering as it will be at least 12 fights with 80 people. Might be easier to spread it out a little, not sure.Else people will be waiting around for a while, might be a bit much to ask to be online for so long.Personally, rather than 2 teams from 4 guilds, I'd like to see it open to more guilds. But that would be a matter of numbers and organisation.As for timezones, this is gonna take a bit of maneuvering but sometime after 12pm servertime I think,is when you are going to get the most people on, both GMs and players.----------------------------All in all, I really like the idea of a large scale, structured, points based, PVP event.I'm not a big lover of hosting ordinary PVP events like 1v1 playoffs or 2v2, 3v3 etc. But I do like properly organised and structured events like CTF or Keep Away and such,so this would be a nice addition.Would just take quite a bit of planning and trialing.With the silly season rolling around, we might not see this implemented until the new year, but we can certainly start organising and potentially trialing if the other GMs like the idea.