Except for the untimely demise of Zeb Whateley-Dupond ('A villain dies a thousand times - a hero but once!') it was an outstanding weekend of great games, making new friends and reinvigorating the spirit of Doomtown for the danish posse.
It was good to meet David, Heidi, Max and Ben - as well as meeting all our old friends from the England and Scotland again!
Thank you to Rob and David for running the roleplaying games we took part of - and for containing our loud and boisterous characters (eh... character Im told, as in singular).
I hope we were forgiven our brutish manners and feeble and cheatin' attempts on reaching the top 8 - since we were unsuccesful, we will double our efforts in cheatin' and brutism for next time.
On a very personal note - this event really inspired my further engagement in Doomtown. It has always been my game and I was reminded how much I feel for this game and how important the continued investment, personal as well as a player, as a deckbuilder and as a TO is for me. We will be having 3 tournaments during the next 6 months, the Tombstone event in august, the Copenhagen Quickdraw Contest III in October (during the Viking-Con) and a third for X-mas to get rid of some of the extra loot we have plundered over the years
For the first time in a years time I have been dreaming of all the decks Im gonna try out (inspired from you all) and which Id like to build and test for the future tournaments!
Yagn's is a relic from the past - it is time for New Science to evolve... Or perhaps a little magic... Hmm... That Dead Man Hand deck looks good. Oh, wait - here is something with Lillian Morgan...
A special shoutout to my roomie @jordan_caldwell : Challenge Accepted. Deck will follow.
Its time for you to skin those smokewagons or whistle Hamlet all day.
Denmark and Anders