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Anti-Surrendering Rules for WG 4

Posted: Sun 29 Oct 2017 03:10
by Nerdfish
If you surrender 3 times in a row, you can only play French National decks until you have played a game without surrendering.
Even if you play RedFor, Especially if you play RedFor.
That is all.





:lol:

Re: Anti-Surrendering Rules for WG 4

Posted: Sun 29 Oct 2017 06:43
by Fodder
I support this!

Ppl always surrender 5mins into the game and makes it harder for the rest of us

Re: Anti-Surrendering Rules for WG 4

Posted: Sun 29 Oct 2017 10:52
by urogard
Or better, each time you surrender you're locked out of prototype units for the next full game.

Re: Anti-Surrendering Rules for WG 4

Posted: Sun 29 Oct 2017 15:45
by Fade2Gray
Sounds like a wonderful way to make things even worse for those who are getting pubstomped.

Re: Anti-Surrendering Rules for WG 4

Posted: Sun 29 Oct 2017 16:33
by FrangibleCover
What if any time you surrender you have to play the next game in Destruction mode?

Re: Anti-Surrendering Rules for WG 4

Posted: Sun 29 Oct 2017 20:07
by captaincarnage
Ouch.

Re: Anti-Surrendering Rules for WG 4

Posted: Sun 29 Oct 2017 20:20
by PatrickT
How is that a punishment? French decks are quite good.

Re: Anti-Surrendering Rules for WG 4

Posted: Sun 29 Oct 2017 22:55
by XanderTuron
PatrickT wrote:How is that a punishment? French decks are quite good.

Can confirm, France is one of the better nations in the game.

Re: Anti-Surrendering Rules for WG 4

Posted: Mon 30 Oct 2017 04:51
by Shrike
Fade2Gray wrote:Sounds like a wonderful way to make things even worse for those who are getting pubstomped.

^ this

If i know the tide cant be turned or my team lacks cohesion, then I want out because its just a waste of time. Believe me, i tried the "man up and try and turn the tides because me and my anecdotal friends can win games by using our units in a specific way". No sane commander would have his forces get wasted in some unwinnable battle anyway.

Re: Anti-Surrendering Rules for WG 4

Posted: Mon 30 Oct 2017 09:08
by Nerdfish
PatrickT wrote:How is that a punishment? French decks are quite good.


It's not, it makes the game more realistic. :lol: