There is a Halma 10x10 Team tournament scheduled to start in less than 2 days ( Feb 2015 Jump! Jump! Jump! - Halma 10x10 #4 ) However there are only 3 teams signed up, so hopefully there is another fellowship out there who will join in!!!
Carl: Well, you have to be the little boss or big boss to do that.
If you are one of those. You have to have a team set up for the tournament type you want to create. Bring up that team on your fellowship's main page, and you will see a box for creating a tournament just for that fellowship.
If you don't have a team for that game, simply create one. No one has to be on the team.
BadBoy7: This board is more meant for advertising your fellowships, not for trying to get people to click on links to a discussion board they can't see if they aren't members, just to "get your numbers up". It would be more effective to put a link to your fellowship and invite people to join.
Bwild: On the main page of your fellowship, right under the list of discussion boards will be a link to create a new board. Right under that, it has a menu where you can choose the language. This is of course if you haven't already reached your limit of discussion boards in that fellowship.
Where it says "Add a board", you type in the name of the board, then choose the language, then click "create".
MadMonkey: The team challenges that you create for any other team to accept (waiting room) show up on your main fellowship page? That's good. (I know the team challenges where you challenge a specific team show up there) I'll have to play around with it when I get some time.
Nirvana: Well, it is set up to work the same as the current "Waiting Room". You don't see your own challenges in there, either.
I believe they show up on the bottom of your Main Page though, don't they? I wonder if there is a place your own team challenges show up? The specific fellowship's page, perhaps? If not, that might not be a bad idea.. I would think they must show up somewhere, so that you can delete it, if you want? No? (I haven't tried it yet, honestly.)
ellieoop: lol.. that's what we've been talking about. Kili, the big boss, is now a pawn. Until he becomes a rook again, I don't think he has the ability to admit new people to the fellowship. If he isn't going to become a rook again, and doesn't give the fellowship to someone else, we will dependent on getting people currently in the fellowship to join the team, OR we will have to migrate to another team.
Tigger: That has been pointed out to me. I have sent the BB a PM to see if he plans on renewing soon. If not, I guess I will have to try to get 3 more who are currently in the fellowship, or we will have to migrate to another team...
Are you on a Ludo team that doesn't look like it is going to have enough people to enter the upcoming Team Tournament? Or, are you on a Ludo team that has more than the 8 players needed, and you aren't going to be used?
I am the captain of the Ludo team at GuineaPig´s Club and we need 3 more players, as of right now. If you can help us out, please request membership at the link, and join our team! Even if you just join the team temporarily and go back to your originial team after we sign up.
How does a captain take someone off a team??? Clicking "edit" by their name only let's you choose Player or Captain. When you click that "edit" link, it says captains can "throw people off the team" ... but I don't see anyway of doing it. It appears to me, the only way for it to happen is to either remove the person from the fellowship (which if the captain isnt the big boss, they can't do) or if they remove themselves.
If there isn't any other way, why does it say that captains have this abilitiy. Or am I just being blind?
But what about cases where the person becomes a knight, and does nothing about it?? In the NON game orientated fellowships this wouldn't affect anything major (well I guess you couldn't invite new people.. which is sort of major, I guess), and I'm thinking they probably still remain as moderator of the discussion boards in that fellowship. So even though they "can't" be big boss, in many ways, they still are..
Maybe this isn't a big deal. It just looks bad, (in my opinion) to still see the Knight listed as big boss..
Just a thought... Maybe when someone doesn't re-up as a rook, they should be given a certain amount of time to appoint a new big boss, or the fellowship will be deleted automatically..
What happens when a big boss renews as a knight instead of as a rook??????
It's obvious that when they don't renew at all, they can't do anything in the fellowship at all anyways. But what about when they renew as a knight? Do they get to act as big boss of their fellowship? Shouldn't be that way, if so!