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Victorian Team Yankee Championship 2018

Hosted by Conquest 2018

Sunday April 1, 2018

Organised By Django Upton

Team Yankee is a popular and fun set of miniatures rules. Players control a force of Cold War troops in battle using 15mm scale miniatures.

Conquest 2018 is a general games convention held in Melbourne over the Easter weekend (March 30 - April 2, 2018). This Team Yankee tournament is one of many events at the convention.

The rules used will be Team Yankee including FAQ at www.team-yankee.com

Play will consist of four rounds of up to 2 hours.

Players will use fully painted 15mm scale Team Yankee armies of up to 80 points from any Team Yankee intelligence briefing.

Terrain will be pre-set and defined. Missions played will be determined by the More Missions download from www.team-yankee.com

The draw will be by Swiss chess by accumulated Victory Point score with the best attempt made to match historical opponents. If necessary an extra player will play byes to make the numbers even.

Trophies will be awarded to the top three placed players by VP. Countback for places shall be by the results of their games if they have played each other, otherwise by sum of opponent’s scores.

A Trophy will be awarded to the Best Army as voted by the players.

Highest VP for the whole tournament will be the Victorian Team Yankee Champion for 2018.

Army lists are to be emailed to the organiser at django@alphalink.com.au before Monday March 26, 2018 and you must also register with Conquest 2018.

Full price entry fee is $25.

Conquest information is at www.conquest.asn.au

Conquest 2018 will be held at Advanced Technologies Centre (ATC), Swinburne University, Burwood Rd, Hawthorn (Melways 45/E10).

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