Azincourt 2022 25mm/28mm DBA tournament at Azincourt Mar 9, 2022 16:03:59 GMT jeffreythancock and paulisper like this
Post by Gamot on Mar 9, 2022 16:03:59 GMT
I am pleased to announce that in partnership with the museum of Azincourt, we will organize a 28mm DBA tournament on july, 10, 2022 at the museum of Azincourt.
- The 2020 edition -the first one- was sadly cancelled because of the Covid)
It is a "1350-1450AD european armies" themed tournament (the full list of authorized armies will be announced below)
Include a registration fee of 20 € (including the cold buffet meal for the miday lunch)
When to register?
This is not urgent. However, the number of places is not infinite.
Please register as soon as you have the certainty of wanting and being able to come and play with us.
At first, we limit registrations to 18 players (the number of players 28mm is not as numerous as 15mm and because the management of more than 18 players is charged to us by the management platform).
If more than 18 players declare themselves interested will expand the number of registrations but in any case can not accommodate more than 30 players.
How to register?
1) create your free account on the french T3 page: Here
2) when your free account is created: please go to the event page: Here click on "s'inscrire" (that means "register" in french) Here
3) Please complete the registration form: it is done you are registered and will receive a confirmation email
If you some problem because of the french language, please don't hesitate to contact me (here or on Facebook. My facebook account is "Gamot Boucicaut") it would be a pleasure to help you to register.
Nota: to validate your registration I will have to indicate on T3 that you have paid. This is not contractual and you will only pay your registration the same day, when you arrive to the tournament
How and when to pay the 20€ (including the midday lunch and the registration for the tournament)?
There is no need to pay when registering. If you prefer to pay in cash on the day of the tournament it is possible but in this case, we count on your honesty and your seriousness (because we will advance the fees for the lunch and too many last minute cancellations without payment would not be very nice )
What about scenery?
Organization provides the tableboards.
Each player has to bring all the scenery he needs for his army. Please feel free to bring all eyecandy you can (removable trees for forest etc)to mak the tables prettier.
Tournament 28mm and 25mm, the figures at 1/72 (20mm) are allowed if using BW6cm.
The only armies played are the European armies of the period 1350-1450 AD (an exhaustive list of authorized armies can be found on this topic).
The depth of the bases can be enlarged to accommodate larger than average figures but can't be deeper than 6cm (Except of course the troops whose official base already exceeds 6cm deep ie warwagon or 6Kn)
The base depth can't be smaller than the official depth.
(take only the options available between 1350 and 1450 and please use only historicaly accurate figures):
Players choose their options once and for all. No change between battles (to accelerate the sequence of games)
On the other hand, the troops able to dismounting can choose to do it or not at each game beginning.
[III / 19c] Welsh, [III / 78] Scottish Islanders, [IV / 5c] Sicilians, [IV / 13b] Germans, [IV / 13c] Germans, [IV / 13e] Free Cantons, [IV / 16] Scots , [IV / 18] Lithuanians, [IV / 21b] Anglo-Irish, [IV / 21c] Anglo-Irish, [IV / 22] Serbian Empire, [IV / 25] Bulgarians, [IV/26] Chypriotes Lusignan, [IV/30] Ordre teutonique, [IV/32] Francs de Romanie, [ IV / 38] Grenadines, [IV / 39b] Navarre, [IV / 39c] Navarrese in Greece, [IV / 41] Swiss, [IV / 43a] Hungarians, [IV / 43b] Nicopolis Crusade, [IV / 43c] Hungarian, [IV / 50] Byzantine palaeologists, [IV / 51] Byzantines of the Despotate of Morea, [IV / 54a] Danish, [IV / 54b] Scandinavian Union, [IV / 54c] Swedish, [IV / 54d] Other Scandinavian , [IV / 55a] Ottoman, [IV / 55b] Ottoman, [IV / 56] Order of St. John, [IV / 57b] Flemish, [IV / 57c] Flemish, [IV / 58] Irish, [IV / 60] Catalan Companies, [IV / 61] Italian Cities, [IV / 62b] English, [IV / 62c] English, [IV / 62d] English, [IV / 64b] French, [IV / 64c] French, [IV / 65] Vlachs or Moldavians, [IV / 66] Polish, [IV / 68a] Portuguese, [IV / 68b] Portuguese, [IV / 68c] Aragonese, [IV / 68d] Castillans, [IV / 69] Albanians, [IV / 74] Free companies, [IV / 76] Early Burgundian, [IV / 79a] Swiss, [IV / 79b] Swiss, [IV / 80] Hussites
What about results?
We use the "swiss sytem" (it's the french name i don't know if it is the same name in english) Here are the main principles:
- Each player plays as many games as the others.
- Winners meet winners and losers meet the losers.
- Each player will never play against a player played in the same tournament
Victory 5 pts , Favorable draw favorable 3 pts, Unfavorable draw 2 pts, Defeat 1pt
In case of equality, advantage in favor of the player who lost the least amount of troops the tournament
If despite of this, always a case of equality, advantage in favor of the player who lost the least generals in the tournament
If despite this, always a case of equality, advantage in favor of the player who destroyed the most troops in the tournament
If despite of this, always a case of equality, advantage in favor of the player having destroyed the most generals in the tournament
Please remember that's a friendly event.
Don't hesitate to ask any question.
It would be a pleasure to answer.