Crisis Point 2021 - A Sharp Practice Weekend

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Counterpane
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Crisis Point 2021 - A Sharp Practice Weekend

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Hi all!

Crisis Point is a wargaming weekend that takes place every Spring on the edge of the Peak District near Sheffield. In 2021 Crisis Point will be a Sharp Practice 2 campaign weekend set in the Indian Ocean at the time of the War of the Spanish Succession. Players will command forces attached to the British and French East India Companies, followers of the local Arab traders/slavers/pirates, or the natives of the fictional Woebetide Islands.

Assuming things are back to normal with Covid-19 under some degree of control, the event will take place on the 27th and 28th of March 2021.

There are a few places still up for grabs at the event. If you're interested, please PM me with your email address and I'll send you the campaign guide with includes the historical background, the unit stats, and some proposed unit organisations.

Cheers,

Richard

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Re: Crisis Point 2021 - A Sharp Practice Weekend

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Crisis Point 2021 should be at the end of March. What's the general view hereabouts as to whether we could put on a 20-person event in Yorkshire in that kind of timescale?

Richard

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Re: Crisis Point 2021 - A Sharp Practice Weekend

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I suspect the honest answer is 'we don't know'! As we have seen local lockdowns can be imposed at short notice, and the only certaintity is that Covid will be around for a long time yet...

York has already cancelled Vapnartak and tbh I suspect there won't be much happening in the first half of 2021.
Remember also, whatever venue you use will have to allow for deep cleaning afterwards, before reverting back to it's usual operations...

(Chemist, and ex-H&S Manager)

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