Bells

04-30-2014, 06:39 AM

Here is the basic idea.

Draft style, 40 cards decks, min 5 players

Instead of drafting packs, each player puts 20 cards (of their choosing) in a ''box'', which are shuffled. Then, each round 10 cards are taken out of the cube, each player picks one, 10 more are draft and so on and so forth, rotating all cards in the cube untill they are all picked or until all players have ''opted out'' from drafting further, closing your deck and filling the rest with shards until you have your 40 cards.

From that point on, matchups are set, and it's a regular tournament. When it ends, you get all your own cards back.

I see two ways of rewards for this:

1 - each player pools in 100 GOLD, winner takes all.

2 - No rewards, just for fun.

Add in a secondary ''pauper'' mode where only Common cards are allowed... now you have your Kitchen table-style tournament for casual fun and overall Hex shenanigans.

Draft style, 40 cards decks, min 5 players

Instead of drafting packs, each player puts 20 cards (of their choosing) in a ''box'', which are shuffled. Then, each round 10 cards are taken out of the cube, each player picks one, 10 more are draft and so on and so forth, rotating all cards in the cube untill they are all picked or until all players have ''opted out'' from drafting further, closing your deck and filling the rest with shards until you have your 40 cards.

From that point on, matchups are set, and it's a regular tournament. When it ends, you get all your own cards back.

I see two ways of rewards for this:

1 - each player pools in 100 GOLD, winner takes all.

2 - No rewards, just for fun.

Add in a secondary ''pauper'' mode where only Common cards are allowed... now you have your Kitchen table-style tournament for casual fun and overall Hex shenanigans.