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|Liam||Posted on Nov 6 2008, 07:49 PM|
|BIG STICK for the lose i find cattle prods have the best effect on me|
|Zog||Posted on Nov 6 2008, 07:40 PM|
| I shall wrap the big stick with barbed wire in preperation ;)
be nice to have ya back :D
|Liam||Posted on Nov 6 2008, 07:26 PM|
|As soon as im sorted out (6th form and all) i shall become an immense unstoppable force again :P but someone is going to need to teach me the rules again lol :P|
|Harry||Posted on Oct 3 2008, 07:49 PM|
|I use a shovel.|
|Zog||Posted on Oct 2 2008, 04:32 PM|
| No Theres no points restrictions or game restrictions you can play WFB 40K Warmachine Historical BFG Starship troopers etc...
Take yer pick/shovel/ big-ass digger thingy ;)
|Harry||Posted on Oct 2 2008, 04:13 PM|
| Well orks are known for fighting for honour (or anything else.) I would be happy to participate.
Are there any point restrictions for the games?
So yeah I am happy to take part. Time to spread the pain I think WWaaarrrghhh!!!
|Hannah||Posted on Oct 2 2008, 02:42 PM|
| Midlands Inter-club Challenge
The idea behind this Inter-Club challenge is to get all the clubs in the midlands who are members of the Gaming Club Network, actually networking with each other. If we can get a continuous and regular interaction between all the clubs we may be able to put on joint events in the future. That is the future, as for now I have been asked to try out this system and a colleague (Steve) in Yorkshire is doing the same. If the challenge is successful, then we hope to round things off at the end of a 12 month period with a tournament at Warhammer World to decide the winners of the challenge (Midlands v Yorkshire).
What is the Midlands Inter-Club challenge?
The system is simplicity itself, it will not interfere with anything the clubis doing or going to do. It does not require any extra equipment or new armies. It does require a small amount of ‘book keeping’, but no more than you have to do for a campaign or tournament – probably a lot less.
The challenge is taken up by individuals in the club, but they will ultimately be playing for the ‘honour’ of the club. To take part in the challenge each club member is allotted 150 points and these points are added to or subtracted from in the course of the challenge. The challenge can be played on club nights, during tournaments and during campaigns the club is engaged in, it does not affect or interfere with any f these things. All a club member has to do is ask their opponent if they want to make their game a ‘campaign’ game, if they both agree then the winner takes 10 points from the loser. Within the club a member can increase their total to 200 points, no more. A member cannot fall below 50 points, so if they play a ‘challenge’ on those points they can only gain points, never lose them.
Once a club member is on 200 points they can only gain more points by playing other clubs; this can be home or away, it doesn’t matter which. Any wargaming system can be played, even one to one card games (we will try to work a fair and equitable system for boardgames eventually). When you want to play opponents from other clubs then you can get in touch with me (Paul Giles) to arrange what you want to play (which gaming systems etc.), or you can do it direct with the clubs themselves. Hopefully this will bring about a regular ‘get together’ with the ther clubs and we can see what will develop from that.
When does this take place?
Right now, there’s no time like the present. Just fill in the form as each person plays a ‘challenge’ game and I will collate them every few weeks. Hopefully after a short time we will have our first Inter-Club Challenges.
Paul Giles GCN Knight