CoC Participation Demo Game, 5 Sep 13

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CoC Participation Demo Game, 5 Sep 13

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I'm taking a bunch of platoons and tanks to a local board/FoW store and demoing CoC to any and all takers. The venue is Gamer's Armory in Cary, NC and we'll shooting for 1700 to start the first Patrol Phase.

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Good Luck JT .... how comfortable are you now with the rules ? .... I still find myself referring a lot to them which slows things up a bit

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Well, I live in Durham, unfortunately its the original about 4,000 miles away!

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I've ran through 30 phases solo so far and plan on getting in another 30 in the next two days, one session a tank-only fight just to see what that feels like.

I feel pretty good about knowing the rules as most of the questions I've seen about them I knew the answer or the answer didn't surprize me too much if at all.

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JimLeCat wrote:Well, I live in Durham, unfortunately its the original about 4,000 miles away!

I hope one day to make the pilgrimage to Lard Island.

The Mrs wants to make the trip and see a bit of the whole UK and I think it'd be interesting, too, so maybe there's a chance.

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If you do get over here, just let us know! We usually meet on Thursdays but we can put a game on any day of the week - and there's plenty to see up here!

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JimLeCat wrote:If you do get over here, just let us know! We usually meet on Thursdays but we can put a game on any day of the week - and there's plenty to see up here!
There's about an 80% chance a distant relative of mine fought at Stirling Bridge. Be kinda neat to see that area.

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That's about 150 miles north of here! Mind you, there are Scottish Lardies in that neck of the woods, I believe.

Neville's Cross was fought about 2 miles from here, does that help? :)

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Yip, Stirling Castle about 55 miles from me and we'll worth a visit in my humble opinion.

The Edinburgh/ Musselburgh Lardies are even closer

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And the Falkirk Lardies are closer still and would be happy to host a game on a Monday evening for any of our American cousins making the pilgrimage to Stirling Castle particularly next year!

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