Castorp, just to clarify one thing: the League materials posted on the game's Community subpage were put together at the start of this year, but FFG relaxed how organized play should be done. They did not update the Storyline League materials, however (last I checked). So, the portions of the instructions about League scheduling, and "sparring" games, and casting votes on the Storylines (i.e., the design questions that players have a chance to influence) at the end of each League night and at the end of the League "season", are stale. There is no specified six-week long League "season" and the elaborate voting system has been dumped. Instead, the organized play kit that I mentioned that you can order once you are an organizer contains eight Storyline ballots. You, as official organizer, pretty much have wide latitude to distribute those in any fair way you wish to devise. So, my suggestion is to look at the Storyline League materials about how a League deck can be built. Then schedule times to play that will require players to adhere to the League deck construction limits and come up some way to award the eight ballots to people who participate in those League deck meetups. Again, you have a lot of leeway in what you do with the kit contents, including the ballots. You don' have to use them in conjunction with League deck rules. But, to repeat myself and Lars, the League deck format is great way for people new to the game to get started into building their own decks and playing.