The final tally and photos of the day are now up on Hendybadgers blog. I’ll not spoil it, so head over to his pages and find out for yourself.
Check out Hendybadgers blog soon for a full report, but for now; I can happily announce that they raised a total of £466.51 on the day. That is a fantastic amount and all credit to Ian for organising everything. A big thanks also to everyone who donated something, played in the tournament or donated monetarily to this wonderful cause.
A big thank you also to these companies/groups, who donated prizes for the tournament -
- Wayland Games
- Portable Warfare
- KR Multicases
- Guts & Gears Podcast
- Florian Stitz
- North Cornwall Beasts and Bionics
- Delabole Spar Stores
- Triple Helix Games
Due to a dose of the condition known as bad take out, I have kind of stalled this week on doing anything Bushido related. Here is the grand some of what I have done…….
For those of you who enjoy fantasy novels, may get the reference to Daughter of the Empire. For those not aware, do a quick Google search of it. You will now see why, the armour is green; despite my initial idea being Black/Red. There will be better pictures to follow, as well as pictures up to this point; but I just wanted to post something to show they haven’t been forgotten.
Oh and the models for the Breast Cancer Brawl, will be posted tomorrow. Check out Hendybadgers blog soon, for pictures of all the entries into the competition.
North Cornwall Beasts and Bionics will be holding a charity event on behalf of Mermaid Centre in North Cornwall. Full details are here.
As part of this event they will be holding a special Steamroller event, as well as a Paint it Pink painting contest. This is a great event and a worthy cause, so if you have any help you can give these guys/gals; would be much appreciated.