Our group of seven players are in the midst of an ongoing Mordheim campaign with warband ratings anywhere between around 100 to 220 (some are able to get in many games, and some are less frequent).
We regard this as a 'practice campaign', as it is the first half of us have played the game. My intention was for us to get into a map campaign, but I really like the casual nature of being able to pick up games against whomever is available, and there is not a 'gaming bottleneck' when someone is unable to get their scheduled game in that I have come across in other campaigns.
So my question is for more seasoned campaigners - how do you determine when to finish a campaign? Do you let it peter out? A set number of games? How do you determine a winner (if any), and how do you finish it?
My thoughts were to run each campaign over a certain time frame (perhaps quarterly), and then finish each with a multiplayer game including all of us. Your gains made during the campaign will give you the best advantage for the final game (unless you get ganged up on - so perhaps roll for scenario?). Whomever wins the final scenario can be said to have 'won'. If that even matters.
Very interested to hear your thoughts