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#1 jasonconlon

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Posted 20 January 2014 - 06:48 AM

It's almost here.. Cancon 2014 - Australia's biggest board gaming convention.
This three-day extravaganza of board gaming, card gaming, miniatures gaming, roleplaying, lazer tag, cosplay and more is on this long weekend from Sat 25th to Mon 27th Jan, at Exhibition Park in Canberra (EPIC).
For further info about the convention, see http://www.cgs.asn.au/cancon

NEWS FLASH - Just announced - a Call of Cthulhu LCG event at Cancon!
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What: Call of Cthulhu: The Card Game tournament
When: Monday 27th January - 10:30am rego, 11:00am start
Where: Cancon Card Games Room, Exhibition Park in Canberra (EPIC), corner of Flemington Rd and Northbourne Ave, Mitchell ACT, Australia
Format: Standard Constructed head to head. Banned and restricted lists apply. 4 rounds Swiss (50 minutes per round, 1 game per round)
Entry: $10 per person
Prizes: Game Night kit goodies, plus store credit for The Games Capital, plus plus a fun day of playing an insanely good card game!
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And for those who've never played Call of Cthulhu before but have always wanted to try, come along on Monday at 10:30am for a demo, then at 11:00am you can borrow a deck from a friendly player to join the struggle to withstand (or unleash) the Ancient Ones.

There'll also be events for all the other competitive LCGs, and for many CCGs/TCGs too.
For more info about the card gaming competitions, check out http://www.thegamesc...l.com.au/cancon

Hope to see you there!

--Jason--

Edited by jasonconlon, 21 January 2014 - 06:49 AM.





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