Corrivalry 4-5 Feb 2017
Results & Pics
Runners & Riders 2017
Corrivalry 2016 Competitor Survey
How did this year's event compare with previous Corrivalries?
About the same
This was my first Corrivalry
How would you rate the accessibility of the venue?
Neither Good nor Bad
How easy was it to find the venue?
I have been to Battlefield Hobbies before
It was my first visit but the venue was easy to find.
I had problems finding the venue as per below
Please rate the lunch provided as part of the event
Spot on, just what the doctor ordered
It was OK
It filled a hole but not much more
I didn't like it (if possible give reasons)
Did you use the hot beverages offering and if so how did you find it
Yes, it was great
Yes, being able to have lots of hot drinks was good
Yes but I was not too impressed
No, I did not consider it a good deal
No, I don't drink hot drinks.
Did you buy any soft drinks or snacks from the shop
Yes, it was really handy to have them available
What soft drinks and snacks?
No, I am not a big one for that kind of thing
No, they were too expensive
Was the split of tables between different areas a problem
No, it was easy enough to sort things out
It was not a big issue but I did struggle finding the right table a bit
Splitting the event into three different areas was madness
Tournament Format Questions
Corrivalry differs from other events in that the missions are tied to tables, not the same for everyone each round. Do you like this as a concept or is it a real put off for you
It is part of the Corrivalry experience, I love it
I am not bothered either way.
I would far rather that the event was the same as other tournaments
Other - please specify:
In order to ensure that people don't have to play the same mission twice some extra missions are included in the mix. Do you like the idea of playing unusual missions
Absolutely, I love the challenge
If it has to be then it has to be
The extra missions suck and I really hate playing them
There have been suggestions that the scoring system should be changed to one that emphasises wins over the FoW score
There is nothing wrong with the scoring as it stands
A win based system seems like a great idea
A win based system sounds interesting but how would it work
I honestly don't care about the scoring, I play for fun
Because of the variety of missions and the differing levels of terrain players are allowed to vary their list. Do you think the swap out is a good idea?
Yes, it means I can make an army that suits the table and mission
Yes, I can make an attacker defender list to give me advantages regardless of the table.
No, two lists are a big advantage to the defender
No, two lists are a big advantage to the defener
Please check the boxes identifying the Missions you played at Corrivalry 2016
Free for All
Hold the Line
The whole ethos of Corrivalry is to have mission specific tables. What is your opinion of this unsual approach?
It is fantastic. It gives me the chance to play missions I had not played much before and to deploy on ususual terrain
It is okay. Some of the missions are very hard to win.
Not keen at all. Much prefer everyone playing the same mission each round as it is a fairer comparision of playing ability in the tournament
Corrivalry has never showed exact player scores on a round by round basis. How do you feel about not knowing other players exact scores
I have no problems with it, to be honest I would not look even if it was there
It's not a problem, knowing is nice but no big deal
Having the scores published round by round makes for a much more efficient and error free event.
Speed of Play
Were you generally happy with the speed of play during your games?
Absolutely. No issues at all.
Mostly...slower players tended to be less experienced players which is no problem.
The speed of play was not quick enough and I ended up having to use the Umpires for Blitz play.
Did you think the Blitz Play was a good idea and fairly implemented by the Umpires?
Yes it worked brilliantly
No it sucked
I did not use Blitz Play in any of my games
Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey. We hope to continually improve Corrivalry and your feedback is critical. I hope to see you at future events at Battlefield Hobbies.
The Battlefield Hobbies Team
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