I’ve already discussed this system in this blog. It’s one of my systems for scoring Diplomacy games for tournaments. Here, then, I’m going to stick to a brief(-ish, you know me) discussion of the system in line with what I’ve discussed elsewhere. How does it work? It is basically a DBS system, although it shouldContinue reading “DC(C) Scoring system”
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SCORING DIPLOMACY 4: The DC(C) Scoring System
In my last post in this series I suggested what a good scoring system should look like. In this post, I’m going to suggest my own scoring system for your delectation. What the DC(C) system aims to achieve First, let’s make it clear why the system is called DC(C). The initials stand for Roman numerals:Continue reading “SCORING DIPLOMACY 4: The DC(C) Scoring System”
SCORING DIPLOMACY 3: What Should a Scoring System Achieve?
I’ve previously discussed various scoring systems common to Diplomacy tournaments. Each system has pros and cons. None of them are perfect, and it often comes down to how you believe a Diplomacy game should be played. How should Diplomacy be played? Calhamer had it that games should be played with a primary objective in mind:Continue reading “SCORING DIPLOMACY 3: What Should a Scoring System Achieve?”