Last week we posted a thread outlining our initial plans for the clan cup. Based on the feedback we received the plan for the event has been reworked and spruced up.
There will be 10 PvP cups of five different types; All-Out Cup, Pure Cup, 10v10, 20v20 and 30v30. There will be a F2P and P2P version of each cup.
The All-Out Cup is what it says on the tin, it is an all-out battle and you can bring as many people as you can pull. This Cup will highlight those clans with really active players who know how to fight in large groups.
The Pure Cup is the same as the All-Out Cup, but Defence-noobs are not allowed. All participating clan members must be 29 Defence or lower.
The 10v10, 20v20 and 30v30 are simply wars with matched opponents. Clans expressed their desire for more matched opponent cups, and it benefits clans of all sizes, so it seems like a good fit for the Clan Cup.
There will be one PvM cup; the Head-to-Head Cup. This cup will be held at the PvM Arena.
The PvM Arena will be a safe area in which different boss monsters will be spawned. Clan leaders will be able to access the PvM Arena and invite their members between the times of 6pm BST Saturday and 2am BST Sunday.
The Head-to-Head Cup is a battle between two clans to steal kills away from the opposition. Both clans will be set up in the PvM Arena where bosses will be randomly spawned, the clan that deals the most damage to any boss that spawns will get a point. The clan that has the most points by the end of the one hour time limit will be the victor.
To prevent any underhanded tactics being used, there will be a board outside that will display the results of the events that have taken place.
Due to feedback received on the previously proposed endurance cup, it will no longer be happening.
The Skilling Cup will allow skilling clans to test their total levels against each other. Each week a different skill will be chosen and the Skilling Arena will be opened up to five members of each clan for one hour. The Skilling Arena will be filled to the brim with resources to train the skill of the week, and the clan that gains the most points by training the skill in the arena will take home the gold. The Skilling Arena will only be available for the timed challenge during the Skilling Cup and no experience will be gained there.
In order to ensure that a clan doesnt rely on the same five people every week, each participating clan members can only take part for a maximum of two weeks total, and the same five clan members may not be used more than once as a group.
At the end of the 5 weeks that the Clan Cup will run for, the Skilling clan with the most points will be declared the winner of the Skilling cup.
As with the PvM Arena, there will be a notice board outside of the Skilling Arena to show the results of any events that have taken place.
The winners of each cup will become permanent fixtures in the landscape of Old School, with every winning clan getting a dedicated statue in an appropriate location somewhere in the game. If a player left clicks a statue, they will see a message boasting the victory of the clan and letting them know what cup they took.