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lkmjbc304 Jun 2018 7:21 a.m. PST

The results of the 2018 tournament are….
1st Place: Tom Thomas playing with a tough WOR army
2nd Place: Dave Cliffel playing Late Imperial Roman East army
3rd Place: Charlie Collins playing a Polybian Roman army

Bringing up last place were James Gentry and Joe Collins…
Who managed to both lose Generals in a variety of novel and exciting ways…
James with his DBE Kn General--- ouch… and Joe with the less devastating loss of his Cav General… multiple times.
(I seem to remember some wisdom concerning not putting your general in the front line… or maybe I didn't remember that).

Anyway… 10 player tournament with Tom taking home a Norse_Irish Army from Essex Miniatures… and swearing off Longbow armies from now on in favor of all 4Ax armies!

Thanks to all for a fun afternoon.

Hopefully this posted without the bug!

Joe Collins

lkmjbc304 Jun 2018 7:25 a.m. PST

OK!
No bug this time!

David Cliffel04 Jun 2018 6:58 p.m. PST

Thanks Joe for running the tournament, it was a very very good Nashcon, and the DBA open is always a highlight….

Thomas Thomas06 Jun 2018 11:46 a.m. PST

Great event at a great con and well run by Joe Collins.

His brother Dan Collins fared much better in the Knights and Knaves campaign held that evening. Dan managed to put the Lannisters on the Iron Throne (knocking off my son who had held it for two campaigns as well as 5 other contenders). Dan keep Tywin in the back and mostly A great night of gaming (though not so much for my Starks though Rob Stark did manage to slay the dragon Rhaegal – so now I have to paint a Zombie Dragon).

Next year I may add my Hundred Years War in 200 minutes Battle for the Throne campaign as a pure historical offering.

Its always an honor to play in any event named for Ron Seaney – a great friend and great gamer – he helped playtest some of the earliest Battle for the Throne campaign games.

Thomas J. Thomas
Fame & Glory Games

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