Gert Lush Lard, Bristol, 30th October

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Gert Lush Lard, Bristol, 30th October

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A Lardy Day at Bristol Independent Gaming in Bristol (at their new premises in Carter Road, BS13 7TW).

The traditional two game format, one in the morning, one in the afternoon, followed by optional beers and curries.

You can book your place by sending £10 via PayPal to jimsbigevents@gmail.com. Please put in the 'note' box that it is payment for Gert Lush Lard and put your real name in the box too please (not just an email address or social media pseudonym as that can cause confusion). If you want to pay for more than one person, simply add all their names in the box.

If that's difficult for you for any reason, please send me a Private Message and we can sort something out.

At the moment we've got about two dozen places still available for players, but that will rise if more people can put games on. So far we've got 3 different games of Infamy, 3 Sharp Practice, 4 Chain of Command, and one each of IABSM, What a Cowboy, Packing Heat (Ioan's Lardy-based C20 skirmish rules), Kiss Me Hardy and Bag the Hun.

If you'd like to run a game, please let me know by posting a reply on this thread, or by PMing me.
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Re: Gert Lush Lard, Bristol, 30th October

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Updated the original post.

Tickets will go on sale tomorrow around 5pm. Links for payment will be on Twitter, Facebook and here.

About 40 spaces available for players with 15 different games covering the Lardy rules of the moment and some older classics.
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Re: Gert Lush Lard, Bristol, 30th October

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You can book your place by sending £10 via PayPal to jimsbigevents@gmail.com. Please put in the 'note' box that it is payment for Gert Lush Lard and put your real name in the box too please (not just an email address or social media pseudonym as that can cause confusion). If you want to pay for more than one person, simply add all their names in the box.

If you'd like to run a game, please let me know by posting a reply on this thread, or by PMing me.
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Re: Gert Lush Lard, Bristol, 30th October - Persia 1918 game

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I'm interested to see that there was a game set in Persia in 1918 with Bolsheviks versus British Indian troops!
Are any more details available, please...?
Which TFL rules were being used....?
Any chance of this game going on tour or getting written up as an article for Lard Magazine...?
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Re: Gert Lush Lard, Bristol, 30th October - Persia 1918 game

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djbamforduk wrote: Sat Oct 30, 2021 8:13 pm I'm interested to see that there was a game set in Persia in 1918 with Bolsheviks versus British Indian troops!
Are any more details available, please...?
Which TFL rules were being used....?
Any chance of this game going on tour or getting written up as an article for Lard Magazine...?
With apologies for the delayed response... This game was run by Brian Shipp using Chain of Command, or more precisely, CoCing up the Mud and the Blood. One of the players has written more about the game here: https://bleaseworld.blogspot.com/2021/1 ... -game.html
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Re: Gert Lush Lard, Bristol, 30th October

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Hi there...
Can anyone tell me if there will be a Lardy Day in Bristol this year, 2022?
Having attended Clotted Lard I'm eager for more lol....

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Re: Gert Lush Lard, Bristol, 30th October

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Gert Lush was a temporary covid replacement for Winter Wonder Lard, which is the usual Bristol-based Lardy Day, the next of which will be in the second half of Feb or first week of March 2023. Dates hopefully finalised in the coming fortnight.
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Re: Gert Lush Lard, Bristol, 30th October

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Thank you ..that's great, I'll look out for announcements

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Winter Wonder Lard III: 18th Feb 2023

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Winter Wonder Lard III will take place on Sat Feb 18th at the usual venue, Bristol Independent Gaming in Bristol.

Tickets will go on sale around the second weekend of October.

Mainly this is organised on Facebook with information also on Twitter. However, I'll also update here as time allows.
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