Welcome ... to the Anti-Draft. A draft of a different sort. Normally, the winning team is the team that drafts the best, strongest, fastest and smartest characters and has the best luck with numbers. In this draft, we're looking for the opposite. Here, you want to draft a team that will lose more often than it wins. Still, your characters will be going all-out, hoping to win their match. And the judges will judge them as such. Think you've got what it takes to draft a team of losers? To pick the worst of the worst? To abandon your normal draft thinking and try something completely different? Then this is the draft for you. Now, the three positions are the same as usual: The Commish: He randomizes the draft order, collects numbers, and calls out matches, as well as keeping track of records and helping us advance towards a winner. The Judges: They judge who wins the matches, and sometimes give grades during drafting, and usually listen to arguments during matches. The GMs: These eight people are the heart of the draft, as they compile their squads, send in numbers, argue for their matches, and try to advance towards total victory. Or Failure. Depending on your point of view. Also the same, is the way in which we draft. We randomize the order, and then each round, we reverse it, and we do that for eight rounds. So it goes GM A GM B GM C GM D GM E GM F GM G GM H then GM H GM G GM F GM E GM D GM C GM B GM A But ... there are a few things that are different ... besides the strategy. And those are trumps, prep time, and the draft list. Trump Rules Normally, there are no rules about trumps. However, since the point of this draft is to lose a match, we want to avoid a GM getting too many forfeits. As such, trumps will be limited so that each team will get a maximum of three forfeits per round. Prep Time Prep time is usually reserved for the characters you think will use it best to win their match. As such, you normally get to choose a small number of characters to be prepared. This being the anti-draft, all characters will be prepared, but you can choose up to two characters (or one trump) to be unprepared for a match. So, you will want to choose wisely! Team battles, as usual, will remain with the entire team prepared. The Draft List Finally ... about that draft list. Rather than compile a full draft list for this draft, we're going to allow massive crossover. You can choose any character from the [link=http://boards.theforce.net/star_wars_community/b10012/27582498/p1/]Jedi Draft[/link], [link=http://boards.theforce.net/census_and_games/b10264/28541177/p1]Movie/TV Draft[/link], [link=http://boards.theforce.net/census_and_games/b10264/28058503/p1]Comic Book Draft[/link], [link=http://boards.theforce.net/census_and_games/b10264/27773854/p1/1]Video Game Draft[/link], or [link=http://boards.theforce.net/census_and_games/b10264/29423591/p1]Animated Draft[/link], provided they were on the most recently used list (linked to). With that said, you may only choose a maximum of three characters from each list. So, if you're ready to be challenged by a draft literally like no other ... sign up! GMs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Judges 1. NYCitygurl 2. The_Loyal_Imperial 3. Zizz Commish 1. NYCitygurl On With Teh Anti-Draft!