A friend of mine told me about an Enemy Pie Printable Worksheet that she uses to keep track of when and where she is and what exactly she is doing. She loves being at the games but loves not being the main focus of the game. I was delighted to find this worksheet, which came with printable Pie Diagrams.
She likes the idea of Enemy Pie Printable Worksheets, and we both agree that it makes a lot of sense to use one of these sheets as a game. Why not take the concepts from the design, and design a game around the concept of a “pie chart” that shows the ongoing battle between soldiers and pie charts. Some people use charts for historical records; some people use them to gauge the current progress of war, or a football team’s run-game; but most people use them as an overview of their daily or weekly events. And why not, the pie chart has served many purposes over the years.
In the game, you have a single dominant player, and each time he makes his move, the other players must either counter it or move according to their original plan and that of their opponent’s army. This game allows for very fast action and has a very balanced advantage for the winner. If a player’s starting position is against a corner, he must move to that corner if he wants to catch up, or even surpass the other players.
The game can be played in minutes, or you can spend the whole afternoon playing. There are no limits to what you can design, and you can use any game concept you can think of. But the design you choose is going to be the deciding factor in whether or not you win the game.
When designing the Enemy Pie Printable Worksheet, there are a few things you will want to consider. First, the width of your Pie Chart is going to be determined by how many players are going to play, so make sure you have enough space to accommodate all of them. In addition, you will want to determine how large the edges of the Pie Chart are going to be, because you want to be able to see the player’s positions.
You should also consider the base colors and the base shape. The shape is going to help you determine the topography of the battlefield. You will also want to add special “Pie Chart Effect” markers on the base color, for a certain effect. For example, if you want to create a desert terrain, you might use a green marker, which will show how deep the grass is, and if there are any patches of dry land nearby.
Once you know what you want the design to look like, you can pick out a design, print it out, and cut out the pieces to assemble the chart. That’s really all there is to it!
If you want to make a perfect game, then you are going to need to follow the same rules as everyone else. As such, the internet is probably your best bet for easy, free information, and a vast array of enemy pie printable worksheets. You just need to be patient and dedicated in your search for the perfect enemy.