New Midwest Fantasy First Signups! [MFFL]

So what days would be drafting or TBD?

TBD at the moment

Ok, that works I guess. Just not entirely sure how the per-week drafts will work out without multiple events in the same week. Also seems like a kind of weird definition of ‘midwest.’ :stuck_out_tongue:

I think that the first two are just on consecutive weeks.

The events I was planning on having wet events in Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Wisconsin, and Minnesota. I was considering Indiana, but since it’s districts I’m not sure how that would work.

Also I can’t find the scoring for SLFF, does anyone know how their scoring works?

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Thanks!

Alright the rules for the offseason are here, if you have questions feel free to ask.

2019 Midwest Fantasy FIRST League Official Rules

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Couple of questions on scoring.

For the qf / sf / f / w points, do those stack or do teams only earn the points corresponding to the highest level they met?

For cargo / hatch points are those awarded for each match based on the total of the alliance? Do these apply in elims in addition to quals?

For the highest level they met

Cargo and hatch points are awarded by their the scores on TBA.

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Alright everybody we are actually going to have an event this weekend, sorry for the short notice didn’t see the event schedule for this week. We’ll be drafting for the Missouri State FRC championship starting this afternoon at 3:00 central time. Thread will be up soon. Here is draft order.

@katherinehulle
@Connor_H
@pchild
@robert3827
@Evan_S
@Csherm
@Hailey.faiella
@jackTHEnerd

Why 3pm specifically?

I have school and I’m not sure when I’ll get done so I thought I’d start it at three just to be safe.

I can run it

Ok cool, I’ll get the thread together. Thanks!

I’ll post the thread and stuff, you score it @jackTHEnerd

K thanks!

Here’s the link for the draft

I’d probably stick with the standard district scoring. Not only is it far easier to create automated live scoring (one API call), but it’s already been proven to be pretty balanced. Using that scoring (assuming wins and cargo/panels scores also apply to playoffs) and 2481’s Seven Rivers performance, 62% of the total points are from Cargo scores and 29% are from hatch panels. This means that only 9% are from rank, wins and event finish (and 0% from climbs).

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I’ll look into it, we may try it at another event.