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munkeykungfu

Clash of the Guilds 2 28 May 2016 - 32 players! - Bristol

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EDIT - THIS HAS BEEN CHANGED TO A 1 DAY 32 PLAYER EVENT

 

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Location:

Click Here for google maps

Tournament Rules:

This event will be using the Regional Cup rules from the Organized play document located here:

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Regional Cup

  • Tournament length - A) ‘A Champion is crowned’.
  • Match Win Conditions - B ) ‘Play to the final whistle’.
  • Round Length - B ) ‘Team Tactics’.
  • Team Roster Selection - B ) ‘Strength in Depth’ (X = 6 models).
  • Match Roster Selection - A) ‘Hide the team sheet!’.

Tickets Are priced at £15 for the day. Tickets can be purchased by sending a friends and family payment via PayPal to Bristol.Vanguard@yahoo.co.uk. Please ensure you include the following details:

  • Name
  • Gaming Club
  • The name of the event the ticket is for (Our club runs multiple events so this will ensure you don't get missed)

Trophies will be awarded for the following:

  • 1st Place
  • 2nd Place
  • 3rd Place
  • Wooden Spoon
  • Best Painted
  • Best Goal

Timetable for the day:

9:00 Arrival and Registration
09:30 – 09:45 Introductions and Round 1 Draw
09:50 – 11:40 Round 1
11:50 – 13:40 Round 2
13:40 – 14:20 Lunch
14:20 – 16:10 Round 3
16:20 – 18:10 Round 4
18:20 – 20:10 Round 4
20:10 Awards & Close

Paid Players:

  1. Nathan Talbot - Trinity
  2. Greg Day - Dark Warlords
  3. Barry Nixon - Dark Warlords
  4. Chris Tamplin - South London
  5. Mark Southery
  6. Andy Thomas
  7. Michael Griffiths
  8. JAmes Delany - Insane Gentlemans Club
  9. Ben Allen
  10. Thomas Drage - Bristol Vanguard
  11. Trev Moffat - EGG
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  12. Adam Baxter - Newbury and Reading Wargames
  13. Richard Alderson - Southampton Sluggaz
  14. Ed Churchman - Dark Worlds Gaming Society
  15. Tom Lenton
  16. Simon Lee
  17. Dave Fraser - Bristol Vanguard
  18. Owen Bell - EGG
  19. Craig Neilson
  20. David Mustin
  21. PAt Vance
  22. Simon Drayton - Trinity
  23. Sid Blackwell
  24. Neil Peckitt - EGG
  25. Mike Curry - Southampton Sluggaz
  26. Henry Clark
  27. Carl Barber
  28. Dustin
  29. George lamb
  30. Charles Nurser
  31. Cameron bell
  32. Chris appleford

Reserves:

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Ok boys and girls. The full pack and tickets will be available on the weekend. 

Some details though. Tickets will be £20 for the weekend. 

Trophies wise (And anyone who has been to any of my events will see some really nice glass engraved trophies.)

1st, 2nd, 3rd
Wooden Spoon
Best Painted
Best Goal

When we pass 40 players I will do a Best in guild for each guild guild!

Get us to 64 and there will be more painted trophies available!

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Booked for myself and Andy Thomas

Both of our gaming clubs is: Black Dragon Miniatures

Can I ask where the venue is as well so we can arrange booking a hotel nearby.

Cheers,

Mark

Edited by Bodybag

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Might have to give this one a miss.  Not really geared for a two-day event, and not sure how I'm going to fare in a 32-man event, let alone 64.  We shall see how I get on tomorrow at Festive Balls! :)

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Might have to give this one a miss.  Not really geared for a two-day event, and not sure how I'm going to fare in a 32-man event, let alone 64. 

What does this even mean?

Are you suggesting that you don't want to play in a large event because you are more likely to do badly because there is more of a chance of facing quality players?

I find it very strange that a Guildball pundit would be, seemingly, so against a large event. 

 

 

Neil

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What does this even mean?

Are you suggesting that you don't want to play in a large event because you are more likely to do badly because there is more of a chance of facing quality players?

I find it very strange that a Guildball pundit would be, seemingly, so against a large event. 

 

 

Neil

Apologies for the ambiguity, but I have anxiety issues with noise and crowds. I'm not talking about my position in the table but my mental state. As it was, I did ok yesterday, but I'd rather not press that with a larger event, especially with it being a two day and I don't love close enough to go home between days.

 

That's why the events I run are 8-16 man. I fully support this event, and two of my club-mates will be there, but I'm offering my apologies for bowing out. Really enjoyed the first CotG, which was 16-man, even though I came 14th, and I very much enjoyed Festive Balls yesterday, which was 32-man and I came 12th. But after 5 rounds and 5 hours of travel in a round trip, I'm exhausted. I'm going to leave the bigger events to coaches with more stamina and more tolerance for crowds.

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