To complete my battle reports from Cancon 2011 of the DBA competition, I thought I would include the final scorecard which lists players, armies and final results. This was such a fun competition, the games played in great spirit, the juniors, in many cases, outperforming the seniors. I can thoroughly recommend anyway thinking of playing at Cancon to stop thinking, take out the brushes and paint a DBA army for Cancon 2012. It only takes a couple of weeks to paint an army and this really is such a fun competition. Go on, do it … you know you want to!
Stats wise, there were 26 players in total and so there were no byes. The final placing was:
|Place||Player||Army||Cumulative Raw Score|
|1||Doug Melville||IV/30 Teutonic Orders||48|
|2||Thomo the Lost||III/10b Hindu Indian (Rajput)||42|
|3||Murray Woodford||III/54 Early Samurai||40|
|4||David Osborne||I/60b Early Achaemenid Persian||38|
|5||Marcus Tregenza||IV/03 Anglo Norman||37|
|6||Bas Braham (J)||II/43 Maccabean Jewish||37|
|7||Sam Braham (J)||II/07 Later Achaemenid Persian||36|
|8||Mark Baker||IV/82a French Ordonance||35|
|9||Andrew Ford||II/41a Han Chinese||35|
|10||John Geer||IV/61 Italian Condotta||34|
|11||Jon Willacy||II/49 Marian Roman||34|
|12||Adrian Williams||III/43c Khurasanian (Samanids)||32|
|13||Ian N||III/40d Norse Viking and Leidang (Leidang)||32|
|14||Jason Dickie||II/78b Late Imperial Roman (East)||31|
|15||David Lawrence||III/20b Early Tang Chinese||30|
|16||Jerry Hearn||IV/83a Wars of the Roses English||30|
|17||Peter Braham||IV/83b Wars of the Roses English||29|
|18||Zyrus Halverson (J)||II/41a Han Chinese||28|
|19||John McCartney||II/48 Mithradatic||27|
|20||Brenton Searle||IV/33 Epirot Byzantine||27|
|21||Ashleigh Lawrence (J)||IV/61 Italian Condotta||25|
|22||Michael Chellew||IV/23 Feudal English||25|
|23||Joe Unwin (J)||II/33 Polybian Roman||23|
|24||Chris Hersey||II/33 Polybian Roman||19|
|25||Kiaran Lomas||IV/77 Black and White Sheep Turkomen||18|
|26||Reon Halverson (J)||II/05a Later Hoplite Greek (Spartan)||16|
The players marked with a (J) were all juniors.
There were 78 games played and a total of 36 generals died over the day. One game saw both generals eliminated.
Come along and play next year – it’s great fun.