All the winners and almost-winners from the annual Winter Legends tournament, smiling and receiving their hard-earned trophies.
A summary of the news from the October meeting, including membership fees, Winter Retreat 2018, the John Murray Award and more!
Howdy peeps, Due to an unfortunate (and beyond our control) scheduling conflict, the date of our October meeting has had to be moved to October 22, which is the same day as the next LXG RPG meeting, as it turns out (so gaming abounds!) Still 9am – 5pm, still hundreds of games in our gaming..
Come warm yourself by the heat of intense but friendly competition! As well as a regular club meeting, Saturday August 19 and Sunday August 20 is our annual Winter Legends Tournament, where gamers of all persuasions can compete in a variety of board- and card games for prizes and the chance to be crowned The..
This update covers the second and third rounds. After wins for Matthew H in round 2 and Eddie C in round 3 these are the standings: Alexis A keeps her spot at the top of the standings (for now!). We currently have 12 packs in the achievement pool, and speaking of, here is a..
* * LxG – Legends of Summer – 2017 * * Saturday & Sunday, 18th & 19th of February * * THIS * * Saturday & Sunday !!! * * FOUR * * Things to know: 1. the 2nd Game Slot on Sunday is OPEN, and this is for the people there on the day to..
Alexis started 2017 the same way she finished 2016 – by winning! In a 6-player draft Alexis got the win with her Extort deck, while Jeremy and David each picked up 2 kills. Here are the standings after the first round. We currently have 4 packs in the achievement pool. The achievement for 2017..
We had 11 players show up for round 5, one short of the number needed to divide the table into two. This meant we started late and finished later too, but I think a good time was had by all. The kills were shared around this time with Eddie C getting 3, Anthony H and..
Friday night saw six Magic players come to the table for an 8.00pm start to the game. Six players is often considered a bad number for melee, since with the range of influence rule each player has just one opponent who is out of their range. This can often lead to inadvertent kingmaking where a..
It was a quieter round 3, with the minimum number of players (5) present for the melee. Four of those players used the situation to take the melee deck challenge and gain an achievement. David K won the round with a challenge deck, and yes someone else chose the deck for him! David got all..