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The 2013 Call of Cthulhu Australian National Championships August 24th at DraGGon

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Hey Openers and Closers of mysterious portals!!!

There is fine news. The Call of Cthulhu LCG Australian National Championships will be held Saturday August 24th at the DraGGon Games Convention at Bankstown Sports Club. Details below

The Call of Cthulhu LCG Australian National Championships

Where: DraGGon Games Convention
Bankstown Sports Club
8 Greenfield Pde
Bankstown
When: Saturday 24th August. 5pm Rego, 6pm start
Format: Standard Constructed. Swiss rounds with top 8 play off
Entry: $20
Prizes: To be determined, however playmats and trophys are a near certainty. What is certain is a fun night of playing a great game with a years worth of GLORY to the winner!

Please book this weekend NOW! A bunch of other games will be available to play this weekend also, it will be a celebration of gaming (especially Call of Cthulhu!). Bankstown Sports CLub has a heap of eating and drinking options, and if you're from outside Sydney, even on site accommodation! Details on the venue can be found below.

This will be a fine weekend, come and be apart of it!

http://www.bankstownsports.com/

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Hey Team,

 

Just a reminder that the 2013 Australian National Championships is on THIS SATURDAY, August 24th at 6pm at DraGGon Games Convention! Apart from CoC, lots of things to see, do and play, it will be a fun weekend (with Cthulhu being the highlight obviously!)

 

Cruise along, bring your best Cthulhu deck, and play a great game with cool people!

 

Cheers

 

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Kenny Nguyen is the National Australian Cthulhu Champion! Kenny went 3-1 in the swiss rounds, then beat Jay Coad in the final (Jay beat Kenny in the swiss). Both players used Yithian mill decks to discard their way to the finals.

Michael Garrett finished third with a Yog/Shub creation that blew everything up regularly, and Ben O'Neill was the other semi finalist and he used a fabulous Miskatonic deck

It was a fun evening of playing Cthulhu, thanks all who played.

Cheers!

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