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Ad Astra News10 Jun 2020 1:35 p.m. PST

Tuesday, 02 Jun, 4:00 AM EDT

Ken Burnside had offered to run a teaching game for some friends in Germany and Austria, and that expanded to players in Finland and Poland. We had Tom Neidzinksi (Poland), Markus Baur (Austria) and Danil Martynuk (Ukraine) flying Excaliburs, while Elliott Goddard helped by running four of the Cockatrices while Ken taught and ran two. Danil came out the clear winner (well, everyone won because they got to see the pieces of the game in action; Danil had played before and thus, uh, had an edge in experience).


Sheila Suitts was able to get in a training game earlier in the week.

Even better, they agreed to do a game at noon ET on June 12th, using the TinyFleets ships to learn Mode 2 (vector)) movement. With any luck, Sheila will get to join them.

EuroVectorVision Friday Jun 12, 2020, 4:00pm 9:00pm GMT
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"Mode 2 TinyFleets game to introduce vector movement rules to the European crowd. Elliott Goddard will be teaching the game, Danil Martinyuk, Tomaz Neidzinksi, Markus Baur and possibly Sheila Suitts will be playing."

Note that the time zone for this is GMT and adjust to your local time zone appropriately.

No purchase necessary, we will make time to teach you to play!

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