as Lolowut said to you in previous posts, me and szeweningen will host video lectures about the game.
We will have different approaches to the game in our lectures, mine being totally focused in strategic 1v1 and his being a more general approach covering all aspects of the game, including team games.
So, at least for a while you will have a lot of content to study.
So, the classes will be streamed and after that will be post on youtube.
The 1st class will be friday october 19th (tomorrow) at 1pm GMT.
And in this first class i will do Basic and Intermediate approach to analizing the board and pickings.
I hope that each class will be 1 hour maximum, dividing each part into 10 to 20 minutes, to make easier to play in youtube.
This 1st lecture will contain 3 subjects, which are:
1. Knowing the 1v1 board basics
2. Picks Numbers
3. Boards commons best options
The next friday i will talk about planning ahead to make decisive pickings, and so i will enter in a more advanced subject and finish the picking stage.
This first course will have 6 classes total, the remaining 4 being (2) early game, power management, early fighting and prioritizing. Than (2) middle game, fighting moves, move order, cards and how to finish.
So, I want to invite one or 2 players to be online at 2pm with an skype account to talk about the lessons analizing 2 or 3 different boards and playing just a few turns.
Of course everybody else will be invited, i will aslo make 512 players 1v1 strategic tournaments each week. To advertise, as well to serve as a channel of communication about the classes. It will be a place to everybody put in action the lessons.
Hopefully, after i post everything in youtube and paste the link here, you all like so much that Fizzer can help me advertising and we make it a cool thing to celebrate one hundred views at a time.
But it have to be nice first.
I would like to thank you for the time and efforts you put in to make this happen. To be sure, I am greatly looking forward to learning more skills and strategies from players as experienced and gifted as yourself and the famous [WM]Szeweningen. What's more, I think I speak for the wider warlight community of evolved risk players when I say that your efforts will not be in vain.
The community appreciates your much needed assistance.
Will giving a helping hand to new players or getting involved in the evolution of warlight ever stop raising trolls? I feel like i hear same voices who couldn't stand szeweningen publishing a tutorial.. haters gonna hate.. :/
the tournament start date to not relate to anything.
I just tought about starting because we usually delete advertising tournaments, this time people will play it.
Maybe i will create more for the later events too.
Yes, whatching in the stream means you can participate somehow,
but whatching in youtube later will be almost the same. It will even be more organized i guess. Maybe for some there will be information to whatch many times.
Dear Gui..., I mean dear CT of #Naive (sorry for that misclick)
Thank you for your input. To be publicly acknowledged and considered famous was a long-standing ambition of mine! I can already feel warm inside thanks to that. Remember, you are always welcome to join a streamed event :)
It gladens me that you appreciate my appreciation and esteem for your ever numerous contributions to the worldwide warlight community as well as your impressive accomplishments in far reaching campaigns on fields of battle. Before signing up and committing myself to join the warlight community with an actual user account I used to follow the forums and had become an avid fan of yours. I too study maths, and my AP Calculus teacher at my international school has told me that I should consider focusing on Maths as a university student.
It heartens me to see you address me in a more familiar manner. Where I come from we do sometimes call strangers Guy as a way to be a bit more personable. As a matter of fact my name is Andrew, my friends call me Andy, and I am honoured to make your acquantance.