The Moose is Loose & Under
Yes, the old bull has retired and left management of the herd
to a young stud. See stones get flicked across tables…uh, rivers
… to allow players to answer the age old question: Why did
the elk cross the river? See new and old (experienced, that is)
players stare down each other across the streams of battle. See
Elchen Warriors root for their moose as it moves across the river
and cry if/when it falls into the frigid depths.
The Object—get your moose to the other side.
The Format—Class B. The special teaching session will be
just before the tournament starts. Really. This is the one game
you can play as you learn. For those seeking a head start…
practice flicking nickels at waitresses.
The tournament will be single elimination. Each matchup will
be a best two-of-three event. (We don’t want contestants eliminated
before the signups are completed.) If you join us for the tournament,
you’re in for the duration!
Every year we run short on copies of the game. Please bring
your own to shorten the wait for games.
Elchfest—It’s Finger Flicking Good!
Laurie Wojtaszczyk will host a Juniors version for those 12 and
under Friday at 11 AM in Vistas CD. See http://www.boardgamers.org/yearbkex/jnrpge.htm