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About Clousseau

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  1. The club vs country debate is very interesting and likely to be a contradiction for whichever country hosts such an event. Actually I think that the Swedish Moose team were also from the same club, and that might have been true for others as well. Painting should be a team effort as its a team event. Finding some way to get more different Masters played might be fun.
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  3. Interestingly, although I had to answer a few more questions than normal, there was nothing particularly unusual, and only 1 where I had to request support (as I'm not a rules master by any means). Everyone took the response positively. I also made a few measurement and LOS calls, always ensuring I had no idea of to whose its advantage was. Could probably manage with a slightly smaller number of judges, but having a head judge is a great idea, especially one who has an in depth knowledge of the rules. Apart from the player match up sequence, where feedback from the players is most valuable, I saw no issues whatsoever, and good banter on many tables. Sure, there were some tense games involving the top players/teams, but nothing untoward and certainly nothing to cause concern. Name badges were a great idea, and loved the team apparel (except maybe the vest tops - sorry guys, but not appealing IMHO). Also great to see almost every model fully painted. Oh yes, there were some really cool custom fate decks out there. Venue was good, and the screens showing the time remaining were something all venues could learn from. Good job all round - TO, players, judges and venue. See you next year.
  4. Great job Mike. I really enjoyed it, and I wasn't even playing! Great to be part of a brilliant international community.
  5. Cheeky young pup. I can beat you at PW!
  6. I'll be there from Friday afternoon helping with table set up, but then available for Puppet Wars or Darkness Comes Rattling (hopefully someone knows how to play it!). As I'm not in a team you can play me without fear of facing me over a Malifaux table.
  7. You can add Andy Gray, Peter Mynard, Colin Woodward, Peter Slynn and Matt Slynn to the intended attendees.
  8. The Milton Schemers are planning a day out to Hogfather, so should be 6 or 7 of us in attendance
  9. I hadn't reckoned on people going to the pub for lunch so would take lunch back to 60 minutes, but keep the 30 minutes break in the afternoon as I felt it really helped give a relaxed atmosphere. It was also mentioned about providing bottles of water, but from a TO point of view its another expense. Maybe just build it into the ticket cost and deliver a bottle to each player each round?
  10. Results are available here: http://www.malifaux-rankings.com/#/event/5685
  11. Actually I'm knackered! Thanks for the kind words.
  12. Nice new venue with the best views from the TO table that I've ever had. Many thanks to those helping with set up - much smoother and quicker than I expected. All seemed to go well, and I thought the venue was fine, and would use it again. Nice to have space outside and some airflow though the main hall. Could probably have coped with a few more players, but would probably keep the ante room free for chilling which seemed to work well. Amazing support for Willen Hospice, especially from the raffle, but I won't know the final total until next weekend, but thanks to everyone who attended, and also who contributed remotely. Well done to Conor for a clear win, especially considering he nearly didn't make it. results should be up on rankings soon. Best painted was from Jamie Matthews, but it was extremely close. Feedback welcome as always.
  13. Many thanks for your support Tom.
  14. Thanks for the offer but I think we're fine.
  15. So, for the meal we have; David Judith Ben Mark Tim Peter Matthew Conor James Colin Alex Luke Josh Kamila Nick Owen Andy Last call before I book the table...