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First things first, this draft aid was made based off the rule set laid out by all the guys over at The White Book Podcast and their fully detailed "Draft Manual" can be found here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1i5utk8QUDZmg0-kNBLvLaSiiRjz2P4642hLict6wcoo/pub. You can also listen to them discuss the format in detail on Episode S7E22 - 246 of The White Book Podcast. Props to them as they did all the hard work in coming up with, and testing, this entire format.
As a huge fantasy sports fan, the idea of doing a Thrones draft in this format grabbed my attention immediately. After listening to, and reading about it, I just wanted to make something to help facilitate this awesome format they've created! Thank you to all who have taken the time to check this out and I hope that you enjoy it and find it useful. I will continue to update this file as new chapter packs are released. Now on to the instructions...
1. First, you will need to select your draft order and enter the team names in the boxes labeled "Player 1-8"
2. Next, you will need to select which chapter packs you would like to be included in your draft pool by using the drop down menu and selecting "YES" or "NO" next to each chapter pack under the Card Pool menu to the right of the draft board (note: Core Set will always be included when drafting).
3. Once you have selected the packs you want to draft from by choosing "YES" next to the corresponding chapter packs names, all cards from those packs will now be added to the drop down menu in the draft board.
4. As a side note, there is also a box to the right of the draft board that will check the entire board as an easy way to see if a card you are looking for has already been drafted. This obviously should not be used for the few plots that can be drafted twice, as this search cannot differentiate if a card has been drafted once vs twice.
5. You are now ready to start the draft. Using the drop down menu, you can find and select the card you want to draft. As a way to help save time, you can also simply start typing the name of the card you want and it will bring up auto-complete options to select from that match what you have typed.
6. That's all there is to it! Time to grab some beers and start drafting (and don't forget to hate drafting!)
Please feel free to send any suggestions or feature requested to me at email@example.com or just simply message me on Facebook.
Created by Mike Schmitt (schmitty00)