BritCon 2023 - 11-13 August, Nottingham

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Thomas
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BritCon 2023 - 11-13 August, Nottingham

Beitrag von Thomas » Di 27. Jun 2023, 21:53

Britcon - De Bellis Magistorum Militum

At Britcon this year there will be two DBMM periods comprising:

DBMM V2.1
​15mm Ancients & Medieval
400 points - any army, drawn from the latest set of lists
72" by 48" tables,
5 games (1 Friday, 2 Saturday, 2 Sunday)

25mm
350 points - any army, drawn from the latest set of lists
72" by 48" tables,
4 games (2 Saturday, 2 Sunday)

Games will be around 3 hours 20 mins plus a 1-10 min(s) variable


Friday 1800 (earliest start), 1930 hours (latest start) - 2300-ish close
Saturday 0930-1300, 1400-1730,
Sunday 0900-1230, 1315-1645

The BHGS DBMM tournament rules can be found here https://www.bhgs.org.uk/britcon---dbmm.html

Cat Herders : Greg Mann (15mm) & David Mather (25mm)
List Checker: David Mather (15mm) & Greg Mann (25mm)
List Deadline: 1st August
Book your entry through the Britcon booking page

LOCATION
Britcon is located at Nottingham Trent University City Campus, a 15 minute walk or even shorter tram ride from Nottingham Mainline Station. Nottingham is well connected to many cross country and inter city routes, including being 2-2.5 hours on a direct line from St Pancras, the Eurostar terminus in London, making Britcon easily accessible from Europe by rail. For our 3-day periods the timings of your travel to and from Britcon (Friday afternoon/Sunday evening) mean you should be able to book some of the lowest fares available, whatever your route to Nottingham. Discount fares usually are released 12 weeks prior to the date of travel, and the website "The Trainline"'s ticket alert system emails the moment cheap advance tickets for a specific journey come on sale (often the cheapest fares). We will be sending out a reminder email around this time in case you forget!

By Air
East Midlands Airport is the closest airport to Nottingham City Campus, and is just 15 miles outside the city. The Skylink bus service runs every half an hour into the city centre, from where you can walk or get the tram to the venue.
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