Cardno wrote:IN order to help new players into the game, how about a few games where more experienced players team up with a new or relatively new player and we kick off in teams of 2 versus other teams of 2. This could be a good way to mentor new players and essentially 'fast-track' them into how to play the game.
B A N E wrote:That's a funny thing about the veterans.
There are some that will gladly divulge tricks of the trade
and there are those that hold them close to the vest.
Both methods have merit and logical justifications.
I'm one of the ones that let the cat out as I think it improves the
playing field but it also means I'll be facing my own tactics.
Commodore Cherek, IRJTN wrote:I don't think "teaming up" would be a good way to go. There is a difference between being a good player and teaching someone else how to be a good player. That is were the “teaming up” would run into trouble.
I agree with Havok, they need to read the manual, check the forums, check at Donovans and ask questions. I freely answer questions when someone asks a question, either by email, IM, posting the question in the forum or by PM. Players need to develop their own strategies.
Cardno wrote:I don't think its really even a matter of divulging the 'dark art' secrets.... but rather, more about teaching the fundamentals. The great thing about a two player game is that with rst exchange, the experienced player can very quickly spot some funadmental weaknesses and provide more meaningful and specific help.
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