Date(s) - 04/05/2019
11:30 pm - 5:00 am
Auburn Bowls Club
The Monday Knights present:
L’Art de la Guerre: The Age of the Knight
A 200 point L’Art de la Guerre tournament in Melbourne.
Where: Auburn Bowls Club, 2B Munro St, Hawthorn East, Victoria
When: 4-5 May
Cost: $10 for Saturday $5 for Sunday
L’Art de la Guerre (ADLG) is a fast and easily learned ancients and medieval wargame. The Monday Knights wargames club will be hosting a five round, two day tournament over the weekend of 4-5 April. The event will be held at Auburn Bowls Club, 2B Munro St, Hawthorn East, Victoria. As this is a licensed venue, minors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
The event theme is “Age of the Knight”. 200 point armies should be chosen from the “Feudal Ages” “Late Middle Ages” and “Americas” sections of the army lists. Please submit lists to email@example.com by 28th April. Please remember to specify a date for your list. If your choices cover a range of years, please pick one year.
Games will begin at 10am each day. Please arrive at 9:30 Saturday for setup and registration, and by 9:45 Sunday so the draw can be done. Games will last for a maximum of 2.5 hours. There will be three rounds on Saturday, and two on Sunday.
The Monday Knights will be providing a selection of terrain, but we encourage players to bring their own as we may not have exactly what you require.
First round opponents will be chosen based on chronological proximity of their armies. From the second round onward opponents will be chosen based on player score.
The tournament will be run by three “playing umpires”. The idea of three playing umpires is that they are still able to participate in the tournament, while also running the event. Due to the clarity and quality of the ADLG rules, we’ve found that this system works quite well. Playing umpires are not allowed to adjudicate issues in a game they are involved in.
The Monday Knights pride themselves on being a friendly and welcoming club. New players are encouraged to attend. We can provide borrowed armies and host practice games in advance of the event; just contact us to find out more.
Trophies will be awarded for:
Countback, if necessary to decide places at the end of the event, will be based first on if the tied players played one another, and who won. Second on strength of schedule. Third on chronological list choice, with the earlier list winning.
100 – 1 point for every 5% (rounded down) of suffered loss. See table below.
A score between 81 and 100 points
10 points + 1 point for every 5% (rounded down) of losses inflicted to the opponent. See table below.
A score between 10 and 29 points
Each player scores 40 + 2 points for every 10% (rounded down of loss inflicted to the opponent – 1 point for every 10% (rounded down) of suffered losses.
Table below does NOT assist with this calculation.
Each player scores 58 points
Bookings are closed for this event.