Corrivalry 4-5 Feb 2017
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Runners & Riders 2017
Corrivarly 2011 Competitor Survey
Was this your first Corrivalry?
If you had attended previously was Corrivalry 2011 better than Corrivalry 2010?
I have not been before
How would you rate the accessibility of the venue?
Neither Good nor Bad
Did you stay at the venue?
No (if no please explain why e.g. cost, local player, availability)
Please rate the Food & Beverage at the venue
Neither good nor poor value
I did not have F&B
How important was it to have the F&B, gaming and accomodation in one location?
It absolutely made the event for me
It is nice for everything to be together
It made no difference to me
If part of the playing space was in another part of the village but a short walk away from the main building complex (assuming all players for one period/genre were in the same location) would that detract from the event?
Not at all - what matters is the gaming after all
I would miss the easy access to the facilities but not in a big way
Having the bar adjacent to the gaming area was a fundamental part of my enjoyment
As the venue has changed management there may be a change of venue in 2012. If this were to occur how important is the geocentricity to you:
It matters not. The event is amazing and I would travel to the moon to play in it!
Having it in the centre of the country makes it an easy commute but I would be willing to travel another 30 miles if I had to.
If you moved the event more than 10 miles I would seriously reconsider attending a future Corrivalry.
General Tournament Questions
In the first year of Corrivalry there were multiple tournaments (FoW, WRG 6th and Blood Bowl) - if this were to be the case in the future would you be:
Entirely comfortable with that concept
Indifferent to that concept
Against that concept
Other - please specify:
Currently Corrivalry takes place in February and is ususally the first FoW event in the calendar. Does the time of year work for you?
It doesn't matter to me - I would make sure my diary was clear whenever it takes place.
Yes. It fits perfectly in my calendar being in February and moving it would not be a good idea.
No. I would much rather you moved it to another time of year - see comment box.
Many events have traders as part of the event construct. How useful do you find traders exhibiting alongside a tournament?
Good to have but not essential
They detract from the overall experience
Corrivalry has to date been a one period LW tournament enabling players to compete in one field. How important is one field to you?
Fundamental. The reason I go to Corrivalry is to see where I match up against the other players in the country
It is nice to all be playing in the same field as it makes conversations between all players relevant to all
With the advent of the FoW Offial European Grand Tournament as a LW one period it is of less significance to be one field
I have no interest in seeing how I do in the field - I come to enjoy 5 good games and have fun
I think splitting the field into different periods would be a better idea
If Corrivalry was to be one period next year for FoW which would you prefer?
If Corrivalry was to be multiple period next year should it be:
Two Periods split evenly
All three Periods with limited numbers in the two new ones
Neither of the above see comments box
Specific Tournament Questions - Mission
Please check the boxes identifying the Missions you played at Corrivalry 2011
Free for All
Hold the Line
Not One Step Back
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
Option 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
The new software enabled us to avoid many of the problems we encountered in the first year of Corrivalry. Players should not have had to play more than one City Fight/Bocage game and more than one Big Push/Trench Fight game. Overall how did you find the way missions and tables were allocated?
It worked brilliantly. I enjoyed the challenge of the varied missions.
I am happy either be allocated any missions - it matters not.
I did not like the missions - they should be the standard ones only.
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
Were you happy that there was no link between generalship, painting and sportsmanship scores and the overall tournament placings?
Other see comment
The scoring system for Corrivalry which was developed from the Battlefront one was an experimental one that has since been adopted by other tournaments. The score sheet has evolved since Corrivalry 2011 and will be much improved for next year. Are you happy with the scoring system?
No (please comment)
Sort of - see comments
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 Corrivalry 2012!!
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