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Post Mon Apr 14, 2014 6:35 pm

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Great news, all being well see you there.

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airbornegrove26 wrote:Great news. I will purchase my plane tickets tonight. Will be arriving in Manchester on the 6th and will take the train down to Newark on Trent now instead of Nottingham. The only thing left is to get a hold of Foundry with their new address to find close hotel accommodations. Thanks for the help guys. Hope everyone had fun at Salute!!!
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Post Mon Apr 14, 2014 9:36 pm

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Hi chaps

Sorry about the silence - I've just been snowed under with real life. I'll catch up with Marcus about this, but I am confident that we should have no problems, as they should be well established by the time we get there.

I'll keep you posted.

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Post Mon Apr 14, 2014 10:16 pm

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weazil wrote:Hi chaps

Sorry about the silence - I've just been snowed under with real life. I'll catch up with Marcus about this, but I am confident that we should have no problems, as they should be well established by the time we get there.

I'll keep you posted.

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I spoke to Diane on Saturday at Salute for some time. Its all up in the air at the moment as there is a lot for them to do. But they are happy to accommodate us in which ever location is most suitable come come August. To be honest, if what she described of the plans for Newark come to pass it would be an incredible location. All 100,000 of Bryan's miniatures on display in one place would be a sight to see!
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Post Tue Apr 15, 2014 12:38 am

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I spoke to Diane on Saturday at Salute for some time. Its all up in the air at the moment as there is a lot for them to do. But they are happy to accommodate us in which ever location is most suitable come come August. To be honest, if what she described of the plans for Newark come to pass it would be an incredible location. All 100,000 of Bryan's miniatures on display in one place would be a sight to see!


Oh, well I might wait a little bit then.

It seems a bit shaky for me to drop the money for the plane tickets, till plans are a little more set in stone.

Do keep us informed, as I would love to make the trip across the pond. I have already been thinking up story lines for my Chaos champion traveling such a great distance.

If it doesn't work out this year though, who knows maybe me and Blue can get together.....VT in the summer?

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Post Wed Apr 16, 2014 12:11 am

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Orlygg wrote:
weazil wrote:Hi chaps

Sorry about the silence - I've just been snowed under with real life. I'll catch up with Marcus about this, but I am confident that we should have no problems, as they should be well established by the time we get there.

I'll keep you posted.

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I spoke to Diane on Saturday at Salute for some time. Its all up in the air at the moment as there is a lot for them to do. But they are happy to accommodate us in which ever location is most suitable come come August. To be honest, if what she described of the plans for Newark come to pass it would be an incredible location. All 100,000 of Bryan's miniatures on display in one place would be a sight to see!


That would be an amazing sight... can't help but worry a little bit about the location being out in the middle of nowhere (perhaps it's not quite as inaccessible as I'm imagining?), as that's bound to discourage people.
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Post Thu Apr 17, 2014 6:37 am

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Greetings all;

Is there any final resolutions on this. Hopefully it's the same weekend as I'm on exercise in Texas the week before and then off again on exercise to Cyprus the week after.

I'm definitely interested in something Rogue Trader related; also Thantants and I were discussing a bit off 6mm goodness in the form of Epic 2nd Edition; and I'm also trying to groom my mates into coming and taking part with their forces. From the recent replies to the Epic Posts on mine and Thants Blogs it seems there's a real interest on Epic again...as such would anyone else be up for a game?
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Post Thu Apr 17, 2014 6:27 pm

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Legiocustodes wrote:would anyone else be up for a game?


Oh hell yes! :D I was going to bring another WHFB army but the thought of playing Space Marine 2nd would be great. I've got a HUGE 1st/2nd edition painted 'Guard army. :) No painted Titans though. :|
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Post Thu Apr 17, 2014 7:08 pm

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Sounds like we might have to adapt the orders phase to speed things up at this rate - which is a good thing! :mrgreen:

No orders below company level unless it's for support detachments might be the way to go?

We could also do with some more Xeno scum to shoot up with all our Imperial and Space Marine stuff - either that or some of us will have to go traitor :twisted:
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Post Thu Apr 17, 2014 7:29 pm

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Yes please too epic, I never played it before but I'm looking into buying some in the months to come.

I'll bring some Xenos (Ork or Squat, yet to make my mind up), and I'll get myself the rules and everything by that date so have no worrys
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Post Thu Apr 17, 2014 8:15 pm

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Chico wrote:Yes please too epic, I never played it before but I'm looking into buying some in the months to come.


2nd edition is superb and easily the best edition imo. It's the only edition imo that actually feels like you're playing really HUGE games within a sensible timescale with lots of companies of troops plus war engines and titans. 1st edition was fun but it's clunky. Epic 40k is very bland. EpicA plays a good tactical and strategic game but games never feel "epic".

I'll bring some Xenos (Ork or Squat, yet to make my mind up), and I'll get myself the rules and everything by that date so have no worrys


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