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To anyone in the north east interested to drive out or take a fairy to Long Island, We are going to be holding a tournament on the first Saturday of May, more details can be found on our FB group here: https://www.facebook.com/events/981067265281521/
Help Make Guild Ball Great...Again! June 4, at Flagship Comics and Games, 1049 Queen St., Southington CT Play to 12 vp, 45 min clocks, until a "champion is crowned!" 8-man roster, pick 6 and reveal sheets simultaneously FB event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1541630236132629/ Please NOTE: This is a rescheduled tournament. The event scheduled for May 21 has been moved to June 4. There will be NO TOURNAMENT on May 21 in Southington. I recommend you head up to The Whiz in Westboro, MA on May 21 for a tournament there: https://www.tiebreak.co.uk/the-whiz-may-guild-ball/feed
Zealot posted a topic in United StatesHey everyone, Finally got the next tournament figured out. I plan to run one every six weeks or so, in our "Make a Game of It!" (also known as "Make Guildball Great Again") series. May 21, 10 am registration, 11 am dice roll. Details: TBA (got an idea, something you want to see in a tournament? let me know!) Flagship Comics and Games 1049 Queen St, Southington, CT 06489 Let me know if you intend on coming, so I have an idea about what the turnout will be. PM here is fine, or join the FB event. For the Facebook inclined: https://www.facebook.com/events/1541630236132629/
Zealot posted a topic in United StatesHey all, We will be starting up a Figo League here in Southington, CT on Wednesday nights, from 4-9pm (note that league games can also be scheduled for other days if both players can agree on a date/time). Will run for 8 weeks, starting May 11. We have a Figo League Kit, so some nice art prints and a Hunters patch are a part of the prize support. Entry fee will be $10, with all funds divided up into store credit at the end. What we have done for other games is award raffle tickets based on your final score, as well as for other achievements along the way, and have a raffle of all the prizes at the end. That way, winning the league gives you a better chance of winning prizes in the raffle, but everyone has a solid chance of walking away with something. It also lets people have some freedom to choose prizes (when your ticket is called you pull a prize from the remaining pool of prizes). If anyone has serious objections to this method I would love to chat about it, but this will probably be the way we do things for leagues from now on. For the Facebook inclined: https://www.facebook.com/events/213600892353360/