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precinctomega
07-12-2007, 11:22
http://forum.specialist-games.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=13457

The basic premise is to take a day next year when we get various GW and independent gaming stores to let us organize local mini-campaigns, participation games, demo games and suchlike.

It's like a WHW meet-up, but without the inconvenience of having to travel to Nottingham.

I'm looking for volunteers to agree to help with the coordination and for suggestions as to good dates. Also, if you could ask your local GW hobby centre manager if he'd be agreeable, it would be useful to know which stores not to approach at all. I don't have any brief against managers who don't like Specialist Games for whatever reason, I just don't want to waste their time.

R.

Dark Seraphs
07-12-2007, 11:30
Well we dont have a GW store here in Iceland, but we do have a store that sells GW stuff, we usually use their place when we play Inquisitor and other GW games, nice terrain (which we made ourself and gave the store for tourniments and that alike).

I guess I could be one of your Volenteers here in Iceland

precinctomega
07-12-2007, 13:55
Yay!

R.

talos935
08-12-2007, 00:47
Sounds interesting

Mid June would probs be best for me to try rustling up anything

Haven't spent much time in my local store for sometime, but I'm interested

Any chance of getting some more ideas/details?

precinctomega
09-12-2007, 09:15
Well, loosely the idea is simply to invade our local wargaming stores on the relevant day to just play some Inquisitor to introduce people to the game. Obviously, I'd prefer to see 54mm, but I don't think it's important to be choosey - just to get people playing and to show other people the game.

However, it might be possible to produce a simple pack for participants: a couple of intro game scenarios, an advanced scenario for participation games and a demonstration game. But so much depends on your local store's supply of terrain and the characters to hand that it's hard for me to do anything that you lot wouldn't be able to do perfectly well yourselves.

R.