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Keith Robinson

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    Reading, UK
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    Painting, Malifaux (Neverborn and Guild), and a very occasional bit of Frostgrave. I used to play D&D (3.5) and Pathfinder, but nothing recently.

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  1. I discussed this in this post (just scroll down until you find my first post). I suggested they could add the LE foil cards to the program, which seemed an easy way to update the program with existing LE kit.
  2. Yeah, they were great games - and it was fun to get two on the trot on the same table! Be good to catch up - and hopefully get a game too!
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  6. Maybe it's like an episode from The Prisoner, Tom! I bought a ticket a while back, so I guess I'm on list somewhere. Maybe I'm Number Six...
  7. I agree. I think a beginners tourney is an excellent idea, but 4 rounds is quite intense. Less rounds and more time per game sounds like a better recipe for beginners.
  8. @Nathan Caroland @Aaron Well, I mentioned it above, but as well as alt models, I'd really like to see the foil cards made available through the guilders programme. The reason is that it is really difficult for those of us who go to tournaments but aren't the ones who get on the podium to get hold of these, and because I live outside of the US it's difficult to trade for them. Anyway, I thought it might just be a good idea to make them available to those happy to pay guilders for them. This might also be something you could do relatively easily and quickly to perk up the programme n the interim, while we are waiting for new models. Other things you might consider would be LE decks, maybe even LE scheme markers and other tokens. Having a variety of stuff for people to choose from would be very nice Anyway, thanks for the update!
  9. I recently sent guilders from the UK and it took around 1 month all in - from posting to getting the figure. And that was right over the Christmas period (think I sent the guilders off mid-December and received my figure this week). On an entirely unrelated note @Nathan Caroland @Aaron: how often do the figures in the guilders program change, if at all? I have a bunch of guilders, but there's only one other figure I'd like, so just wondering what is the likelihood of having something to buy with them any time soon? Also, any plans on adding the foil cards to the guilders program - or is that just wishful thinking on my part?
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  11. Just purchased a ticket (Keith Robinson).
  12. Great tournament and absolutely loved it. Think I was the second last ticket to get on from the reserve list - so very happy about that. Comments... Noise: I played 3 games upstairs and 4 downstairs and I found the noise much worse downstairs than up, so go figure. The fabric sheet sounds like a good idea, but otherwise I'm not sure there's much that can be done. Location: excellent. Can't really fault it. Space was tight, but I thought ok on the whole. Parking and accessibility was easy and the guys at Battlefield Hobbies were excellent. Loot: loved the decks and poker chips, and the freeby from bendy boards. Maybe a 2 guilder chip instead of a one would have been nice, since it's such a significant event - or maybe that's just me being greedy! Lunch: Like @Psientologist I was surprised at no drink, but otherwise I was very happy. The guys behind the counter went out of their way to keep everyone happy where they could. Room for improvement... Only two thoughts, really: 1) Painting Competition: it was in a really tight space and people were still putting their minis down as people were already judging, and at the end were taking them away (to use in their next game) while people were still judging. Maybe a slightly bigger space for display purposes with a clear start and cut off point would help? 2) Results. After 2 long days and 7 hard games, it would have been nice for everyone to know where they finished at the end of the event itself. Even a print out, or just @OldManMyke running through the list on the mike at the end. That's it. It was a fantastic event, really well organised and run and I'm delighted to have gotten a last minute ticket and made the event. Thanks to @OldManMyke and everyone else for a great weekend!
  13. An FYI... I managed to book a couple of nights at Colledges House B&B, which is 3 or 4 miles from the venue. If anyone else is staying there and needs a lift to and from the venue, I'll be happy to oblige
  14. Woot! Money sent. Can't believe I got a ticket - almost didn't bother putting my name down on the reserve list! Many thanks