Message from discussion Clash of the Nations (a game) - matchday 1 (group stage) [corrected post]
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Subject: Re: Clash of the Nations (a game) - matchday 1 (group stage) [corrected post]
Date: Mon, 25 Oct 2010 08:07:13 -0200
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> Hey, I've my third cent and it's already an idea for a future variant!
> - Cent #3: I don't know if it's necessary to spice up things, but a
> nice way would be implementing a rule such as: when a South American
> team plays against a European team, the South Americans start with 1
> goal extra; and similar rules for the other possible couplings, so
> that there is an overall balance (no confederation is favoured). It's
> a way (this one involving confederations is just an example, one could
> think of different ones) to make the game less opponent-agnostic, e.g.
> if my team is set to be 2nd in group A, I would be willing to do what
> I can to avoid that group B is topped by a South American team.
This sounds really interesting.