Our Game is a Handful.

Our Game is a Handful.

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Ahoy Recruits!

Recruits September 15th at Lee’s Summit, MO. USA

The next installment for the largest pirate game in the USA is now officially registered with the organizers of Recruits. (link) Our crew has been granted an exclusive suite at the school to host our event and the accommodations are very generous. As a bit of a preview we haven’t changed much about the game this year except we are adding at least two more ships and there have been negotiations with a local group in Missouri to expand the table area and add 9 more ships. That will bring the game to around 30 Ships and the possibility of as many 1st mate characters. You must be 16 or older to captain a ship and 15 or younger to play a character in the game. Anyone interested in bringing their own ship is encouraged to contact our crew before the 14th of September about a ship’s play log. Captains who do bring their own ship are granted a spot in the game but they need the following items to play:

1) an official playable log sheet made by our crew.

2) A yard stick.

3) A 25mm reasonably 17th century period painted ship, captain,

and at least 12 crew members for a shore party.

4) A small treasure chest or velvet bag for doubloons.

5) A clip board.

Anyone not bringing a ship will be provided these material but will have to sign up to play on a who traveled farthest, got here first, dressed most like a Pirate, bribed/threatened the right judge, or any other 17th century jockeying they can win favor in the royal courts with.


7 comments:

  1. Good luck with event - wish I was able to participate...

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  2. Scott,
    you need to start a mega event in the Southern Hemisphere.


    Wingnut

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  3. As a recurring attendee of Recruits, I have walked by you guys many times. What is the best way to participate?

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  4. Ask.
    You want to play or join the crew?


    Wingnut

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  5. I would be up for either honestly. I would love to learn your rules and play, maybe even building my own ship, as it looks like a blast.

    I am equally happy building terrain and painting models to help out. I am newer to the historical and independent game scene, but have been building armies and snatching up rulesets like made for the last few months, getting the local crew to branch out from more established games (GW, PP, etc)

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  6. my profile has an email link, drop me an email.

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  7. What miniature is one below with two guns and tricorn hat?

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