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Discussion: check

in: TGIF; TGIF > 2016-05-07

May 8, 2016 8:28 PM # 
Vasko Stoyanov:
What did you find out after the check? Problem with the map, terrain or you?
May 9, 2016 2:32 PM # 
A bit of the three...

1-Map: the most visible features of the terrain (speaking of 11th) where not easy to see from the map, and vice-et-versa. Printing and "control's circle cuts" were not optimal too.

2-Terrain: Really hard to make an understandable map, with 1/10.000, in this super stony terrain. Hard to make the selection of the stones I guess for the mapmaker.

3-Me: I hadn't the good strategy, and should have been more in control before entering the detailed areas.

From those 3 points, the last one is clearly the one which was the most problematic. The map was from a good enough quality, but that's also why model event is and will always be so important.
May 9, 2016 8:19 PM # 
Vasko Stoyanov:
I like very much your diagnose like analyzes after map running. Simple and clear. Drawing a conclusion is a piece of art, i think. How many rules have you reached up to now? When did you start collecting them? Written on a paper may be?

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