Brass Online Tournament Season 2
Pairings Will Be Here
Group and Match Assignments appear here after signups close. For Season 2 you may choose any color, as the webmaster of Order of the Hammer has confirmed that Start Player can not be predetermined and this capability will not be instituted.
Be sure to name the game using the game name below and invite the other players listed. All games should be password protected using the word "meeple" in all lowercase letters. Any player may set up the game, but the winner of each game is responsible for entering the results using the game results report form.
Brass Online Tournament News
Season 1 of the Meeple League online tournament for Brass is over. Sign ups for season 2 have begun!
After some initial hiccups were encountered with game set ups due to the inability to predetermine a starting player, the inaugural season was a great success. The most exciting finish was between Petri Savola and Lei Zhang in Division 3-B, as both players finished with two wins and two seconds. Petri won the next tiebreaker over Lei, which was percentage of winner's score, 97.45% to 97.22%! Just two more total points in Lei's non-wins would have flipped it. Allan Jiang was the only player to win all four games, cruising to the win in Division 3-D. The league's only female competitor, Danielle Ondic, nearly won Division 2-A but was edged out by Jon Wilcox when he picked up his second win in the division's last completed game.
Players will be sorted into Groups of 7 players based on previous results. In a season, each player plays in 4 games. Each other member of your Group will be in 2 games against you. You can read the full details about league and scoring rules HERE.
Brass is Martin Wallace's game of economic development in the early Industrial Age around Manchester and Liverpool.
Our Brass tournament will use the online implementation at brass.orderofthehammer.com. We will use the original version of the game – no expansion content, and no special options. Games are scheduled to start in late October and you’ll receive a notice in your email once the pairings are ready. If you do sign up, you are committing to checking the website a couple of times on most days (it’s OK if something comes up every once in a while, or if you’re out of town for a weekend), but in general we’re hoping game lengths will be measured in weeks not months.