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> The Monday Knights Presents: Tormentus IX :Spring DBA, DBA 3.0 in Melbourne Nov 14th
thefloppy1
post Sep 27 2016, 01:51 PM
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The Monday Knights and Caesar present "Tormentus IX :Spring DBA Competition" on Monday 14th November 2016 at the Auburn Bowls Club (2b Munro Street, Hawthorn East).

Registration is from 6:45pm, with the first game starting at 7:00pm. Last game will be finished by 11:00pm.

Cost to enter: $5

This will be an open tournament with players able to draw 15mm scale armies from any list in the DBA version 3.0 rules. Only one variant may be used for all 4 games.
- 45 minutes will be allowed per battle, with no more than 5 minutes for deployment
-Terrain will be fixed. The defender will nominate and dice for board edge. Deployment then continues as normal
- BUAs are treated as impassable terrain for all elements & no other BUA rules apply
- Dismounting elements may only dismount at deployment
- All streams, rivers & grassed hills are paltry/gentle
- Swiss Chess Draw will be used

The winner each battle is awarded 15 points less:
- 1 pt for each element killed other than the general
- 2 pts if general element was killed
- 3 pts if own camp was captured

The defeated of each battle is awarded the following:
+1 pt for each enemy element killed other than the general
+2 pts for killing the enemy general
+3 pts for capturing the enemy camp

In the case of a draw neither player receives any points.

Achievement Awards:
- Most kills by a foot general
- Highest ranked player under 18
- Best painted army (player vote)
- Sportsmanship (player vote)
- Highest ranked with a borrowed army
- Most camps looted

Questions? Post below.


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