All input has followed the 1754 rules I published for the Cold Wars Tournament. Here is the breakdown of the players, their force alignment and final scores. A max of 6 points was available for each of the three rounds. 3 points for accomplishing the round's objective, 2 points for accomplishing your subplot and 1 point if you prevent your opponent from accomplishing his objective. Tie breaker for individual tournament champion determined by kills during all three rounds.
Player Character's Name Total Points Character's Promotion Points
Nick G Squinting Dog 10 Natural Trait
Croft Lieut. Fontainbleu 2 1 + Natural Trait
Tim H. Lieut. Temps 9 1 + Natural Trait
Kevin S. Lieut Chiroc 9 1 + Natural Trait
Tristan Egushwa 12 1+Natural Trait
Matt S. Lieut Pierre Eux 5 0 Died in Battle
Gary C. Monge Tu 0 0 -Died in Battle
Tom K. Lieut. LeBouty 16 1+Natural Trait
Tom M. Lieut. Weatherby 9 0
Jeff C. Stalking Elk 10 1 + Natural Trait
Matt D. Lieut. Dalton 8 Natural Trait
Jeff W. Lieut Wiltrout 8 0 - Died in Battle
Oskar/Maanus Lieut Goldsberry 8 Natural Trait
Ralph P. Lieut Burns 12 0 - Died in Battle
Bob C. Lieut Jenner 16 1 + Natural Talent
John K. Lieut McBean 4 1 + Natural Talent
Campaign Results. For those that may not be familiar with the Campaign format of these games please take a look at this Campaign format discussion French & Indian War Campaign Game Format
Each round of the year's scenario has an impact on the following round and on the overall Campaign Game. This first phase of the M&T campaign game reflects the opening year 1754 of what would become the French and Indian war and each round was reflective of objectives and sub-plots that would likely characterize the French, British and Indian maneuvers in the Ohio River Valley 1754 on the eve of this great conflict. The 1754 rules and scenarios can be found here Ohio River Valley Tournament Rules
Updated Results as of 19 June 2014:
Round 1: Testing the waters: Scouting Objective vs Scouting Objective.
French Points: 21 (French victory for round 1 is slipping away)
British Points: 22
Round 2: War Begins – Raid!: Raid Objective vs Defense Objective.
French Points: 26 (French victory)
British Points: 20
Round 3: It’s time to battle: Engagement vs Engagement.
French Points: 16
British Points: 33 (a major British victory)
Here is what the campaign game overall situation looks like leading into the next round.
|1754 Campaign Map as of 19 June 2014|
The British continue to lead the overall results for 1754. While they did make some gains for the scouting vs scouting scenario of round #1 their true strength seems to be in the round 3 engagement scenario. I guess once those British Regulars can come to grips with the French they are truly in their glory. This will give the British team an additional 7 victory points for the Ohio River Valley Campaign if they can hold onto their lead between now and the end of June.
Next up is 1755 Battle of the Wilderness 225-230 point forces, Traits can be bought using promotion points earned in the Ohio River Valley Campaign (does not count against force point total). The Wilderness Campaign is worth 10 Campaign Points to the side that is declared the overall victor. 1755 rules and scenarios will be posted with the final results of 1754 in a few weeks.