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GatheringRO's Guild Wars Event!

Event starts on: June 5, 2010 with WoE 1.0!

Event ends on: June 18, 2010 with WoE 2.0!

Winner

bbvhl.pngThe Black VH Legion: 3 Wins 0 Loss

Click HERE for the hall of fame.

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When you think every place is conquered,

When every warrior seeks for glory, honor and power,

And only when the time is right,

Fate summmons the mightiest warriors,

Put them into fierce battles

and gives them the chance to become well known.

GatheringRO's Guild Wars Event!

This is were legends are born.

Only a few have what it takes to be one,

Along with your guild, try and conquer Midgard

and forge your name and your guild's name in the history of GatheringRO!

1288.gifEvent Mechanics:

Along with your guild, try and get as many castles as possible on WoE 1.0, or WoE 2.0.

When each WoE ends, points will be awarded for each castle your guild gets.

Each castle will give you a specific amount of points, and it goes like this:

Prontera:

  • Kriemhild: 5 points
  • Swanhild: 3 points
  • Fadhgrindh: 3 points
  • Skoegul: 3 points
  • Gondul: 3 points

Payon:

  • Bright Arbor: 2 points
  • Sacred Palace: 2 points
  • Holy Shadow: 2 points
  • Scarlet Palace: 2 points
  • Bamboo Groove Hill: 2 points

Geffen

  • Repherion: 2 points
  • Eeyorbriggar: 2 points
  • Yesnelph: 2 points
  • Bergel: 2 points
  • Mersetzdeitz: 2 points

Aldebaran

  • Neuschwanstein: 2 points
  • Hohenschwangau: 2 points
  • Nuernberg: 2 points
  • Wuerzberg: 2 points
  • Rothenburg: 2 points

Rachel

  • Cyr: 3 points
  • Mardol: 3 points
  • Banadis: 3 points
  • Gefn: 3 points
  • Horn: 3 points

Yuno

  • Himinn: 3 points
  • Andlangr: 3 points
  • Viblainn: 3 points
  • Hljod: 3 points
  • Skidbladnir: 3 points

You will have 2 weeks (8 WoEs) to gather as many points as possible.

After the 2 weeks, the top 4 ranked guilds will advance to Guild vs Guild wars.

1288.gifGuild vs Guild Wars

Rules:

  • Only 10 persons can fight on the guild wars per guild (Means its going to be 10 vs 10).
  • Out of these 10 persons, only 1 class each is allowed (Example: 1 Sinx, 1 Paladin, 1 Champion, 1 Professor, 1 High Priest, 1 Creator, 1 Soul Linker, 1 Clown, 1 Stalker, 1 Lord Knight). This is to avoid Paladin's Sac Spam & Creator's Potion pitch spam). No exceptions on this rule.
  • No card restrictions.
  • No healing items allowed.
  • Times for this matches will be announced.
  • You MUST have 10 persons for the guild vs guild fight. If not, you're allowed to hire members.

1325.gifPrizes

An MvP Party (Room with MvPs for the entire guild, or at least people who are ON.) Plus an In-Guild event, with GM Boxes included.

Also, your guild gets the "Guild of the Month" title.

Rankings will be posted on this thread.

If you have any suggestions, or questions feel free to ask on this thread.

Notes: Entries & Rules here are subject to change without prior notice.

Rankings:

  1. bbvhl.pngThe Black VH Legion: 67 points
  2. amalgamation.pngAmalgamation: 64 points
  3. gatheringroch.pngFundamentals: 40 points
  4. f4e.pngFriend4Ever: 31 points
  5. 2w74k1x.pngS h a d o w L e g i o n: 23 points

10 vs 10 Match Information

Once the guild wars point system period is finished the guild leaders will have a chance to put their preference on the best date for the 10 vs 10. They will be asked by a GM of their preference and once an agreed date has been determined across all guilds, the date will be announced. This should occur the day after the end of the point system. The date is MUST FALL within the availability of the event host, for obvious reasons.

There will be a ROUND ROBIN match between the top 4. This means that each guild will have the chance to fight all the other guilds; so each guild will have a total of three fights. This will mean a total of 6 unique fights between the guilds!

What happens if there's a tie?

In the event of a two-way tie, the two guilds in a tie will fight again to determine the winner.

In the event of a three-way tie, the tie will be broken into a two-way tie by having all three guilds fight each other at the same time. The winner will automatically be placed on the two-way tie breaker. To determine the second guild, the remaining two guilds will fight each other and the winner will join the two-way tie breaker.

Example of a three-way tie:

GUILD A, GUILD B and GUILD C, all have 2 points.

GUILD A lost to GUILD B, won against guild C and D

GUILD B lost to GUILD C, won against guild A and D

GUILD C lost to GUILD A, won against guild B and D

As you can see from this example, the tournament is in a deadlock because each guild lost to one of the tie-breakers but won to one.

Fight Schedule:

The following order of fights has been determined based on the rankings:

Fight 1: The Black VH Legion vs Friend4Ever

Fight 2: Fundamentals vs Amalgamation

Fight 3: The Black VH Legion vs Amalgamation

Fight 4: Fundamentals vs Friend4Ever

Fight 5: The Black VH Legion vs Fundamentals

Fight 6: Amalgamation vs Friend4Ever

Make sure you have additional members at your disposal in case a team member can't attend all the matches. You will be forced to fight with less than 10 if you can't find replacements in time.

Results

bbvhl.pngFight 1: The Black VH Legion vs Friend4Ever

gatheringroch.pngFight 2: Fundamentals vs Amalgamation

bbvhl.pngFight 3: The Black VH Legion vs Amalgamation

gatheringroch.pngFight 4: Fundamentals vs Friend4Ever

bbvhl.pngFight 5: The Black VH Legion vs Fundamentals

f4e.pngFight 6: Amalgamation vs Friend4Ever

# of Wins:

  1. bbvhl.pngThe Black VH Legion: 3 Wins 0 Loss
  2. gatheringroch.pngFundamentals: 2 Wins 1 Loss
  3. f4e.pngFriend4Ever: 1 Win 2 Loss
  4. amalgamation.pngAmalgamation: 0 Wins 3 Loss

Winner

bbvhl.pngThe Black VH Legion: 3 Wins 0 Loss

May Guild vs Guild result

Rankings: (Until May 18, 2010)

  1. f4e.pngFriend4Ever: 73 points
  2. gatheringroch.pngFundamentals: 57 points
  3. bbvhl.pngThe Black VH Legion: 42 points
  4. criminals.pngCriminals: 24 points
  5. 25957403.pngLiberi Fatali: 21 points
  6. moonglade.pngMoonglade: 17 points
  7. amalgamation.pngAmalgamation: 17 points
  8. 2pma.png2pm: 7 points

Guild vs Guild (10 vs 10):

This will be the Semifinal matches.

They will take place on Saturday, May 29. After Woe 1.

f4e.pngFriend4Ever VS. criminals.pngCriminals

gatheringroch.pngFundamentals VS. bbvhl.pngThe Black VH Legion:

Final Match

criminals.pngCriminals VS. gatheringroch.pngFundamentals

Winner

gatheringroch.pngFundamentals

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Rankings updated, if there are any discrepancies or concerns with the rankings let me know ^^.

EDIT: There was actually a miscalculation my spreadsheet conditional formatting was being annoying <_< , but all fixed now.

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The List goes like this:

Yuno:

Himinn: BBVHL

Andlangr: BBVHL

Viblainn: Moonglade

Hljod: BBVHL

Skidbladnir: The Golden DH Legion

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Rachel:

Cyr: Amalgamation

Horn: Amalgamation

Gefn: Trascended Wings II

Banadis: BBVHL

Mardol: Fundamentals

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Just like in Alexaa's screenshots.

I have updated my rankings already, but I'll let Forsaken do it himself on the first post ^^

NOTE: The Golden DH Legion was disbanded. Which means there's no owner for that castle.

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Here Den. D:

Here's a list of castles, so SOMEBODY wont get all agro and bitch again.

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Banadis - Amalgamation

Mardol - The Black Vh Legion

Cyr - The Black Vh Legion

Horn - Amalgamation

Gefn - Amalgamation

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Himinn - F4E

Andlangr - Moonglade

Vidblainn - S h a d o w L e g i o n

Hljod - The Black Vh Legion

Skidbladnir - Amalgamation

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Cyr - F4E

Horn - F4E

Gefn - Amalgamation

Bandis - Tokyo University

Mardol - The Black Vh Legion

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Himinn - The Black Vh Legion

Andlangr - The Black Vh Legion

Viblainn - Amalgamation

Hljod - Moonglade

Skidbladnir - F4E

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Bandis - The Black Vh Legion

Mardol - Fundamentals

Cyr - Fundamentals

Horn - Amalgamation

Gefn - Fundamentals

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Himinn - Fundamentals

Andlangr - The Black Vh Legion

Viblainn - Friends4Ever

Hljod - Moonglade

Skidbladnir - Amalgamation

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And that ends the Guild Wars event this month! Thanks to all guilds for participating. The date for the 4 vs 4 will be announced shortly.

UPDATE 1: The suggestions have been tallied and two suggestions have been accepted, which are the round robin match and the limit of 1 class for the fight; details can be found on the suggestions thread. 10 vs 10 match information has been added to shed light on how the match is like.

10 vs 10 Match Information

Once the guild wars point system period is finished the guild leaders will have a chance to put their preference on the best date for the 10 vs 10. They will be asked by a GM of their preference and once an agreed date has been determined across all guilds, the date will be announced. This should occur the day after the end of the point system. The date is MUST FALL within the availability of the event host, for obvious reasons.

There will be a ROUND ROBIN match between the top 4. This means that each guild will have the chance to fight all the other guilds; so each guild will have a total of three fights. This will mean a total of 6 unique fights between the guilds!

What happens if there's a tie?

In the event of a two-way tie, the two guilds in a tie will fight again to determine the winner.

In the event of a three-way tie, the tie will be broken into a two-way tie by having all three guilds fight each other at the same time. The winner will automatically be placed on the two-way tie breaker. To determine the second guild, the remaining two guilds will fight each other and the winner will join the two-way tie breaker.

Example of a three-way tie:

GUILD A, GUILD B and GUILD C, all have 2 points.

GUILD A lost to GUILD B, won against guild C and D

GUILD B lost to GUILD C, won against guild A and D

GUILD C lost to GUILD A, won against guild B and D

As you can see from this example, the tournament is in a deadlock because each guild lost to one of the tie-breakers but won to one.

Fight Schedule:

The following order of fights has been determined based on the rankings:

Fight 1: The Black VH Legion vs Friend4Ever

Fight 2: Fundamentals vs Amalgamation

Fight 3: The Black VH Legion vs Amalgamation

Fight 4: Fundamentals vs Friend4Ever

Fight 5: The Black VH Legion vs Fundamentals

Fight 6: Amalgamation vs Friend4Ever

Make sure you have additional members at your disposal in case a team member can't attend all the matches. You will be forced to fight with less than 10 if you can't find replacements in time.

Dates are coming soon.

Edited by FForsaken
my bad I mean 10 vs 10 not 4 vs 4, i was thinking of the top 4 guilds lol
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Fight Schedule:

The following order of fights has been determined based on the rankings:

Fight 1: The Black VH Legion vs Friend4Ever

Fight 2: Fundamentals vs Amalgamation

Fight 3: The Black VH Legion vs Amalgamation

Fight 4: Fundamentals vs Friend4Ever

Fight 5: The Black VH Legion vs Fundamentals

Fight 6: Amalgamation vs Friend4Ever

All in one day, right?

G'luck to all! ^___^

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