dinosaurs of the lost world

DLW     
 
   9-11    12-14       
        

   Polo

John Poniske Jr, PA

1998 Champion
2nd: Mike Pantaleano Jr, TX
3rd: Stephen Dickson, CA
4th: Abby Cocke, MD
Event History
1991    None      -
1992    None      -
1993    None      -
1994    None      -
1995    None      -
1996    Christina Hancock      22
1997    John Poniske Jr      20
1998    John Poniske Jr      16
AREA Ratings
1    John Poniske      1535
2    Micah Rabin      1495
3    Bradley Garman      1495
4    Scott Garman      1495
5    Michael Pantaleano      1495
6    Steve Dickson      1495
7    Evan Hitchings      1495
8    Robert Navolis      1495
9    None      -
10    None      -

Lions and tigers and dinosaurs, oh my!

You are exploring a lost world plateau. This is no ordinary expedition. This world is dominated by dinosaurs and populated by apemen. The only safe place to be is in camp but that won't get you home. You must collect specimens to gain victory points. Before you can leave you have to find some way to safely exit the plateau. Unexplored sites in which to gain specimens abound, but the more you discover the more dangerous your expedition becomes. Ammunition for your rifle is limited and once its gone all you can do is run for your life. Befriending the Indians or the Apemen may gain allies but the way to their village is barred by dangerous events. It is time to take a chance and explore.

This was only a juniors tournament when AVALONCON began. The challenge was brought up to normal tournament status
just four years ago. The best of the former juniors competitors, including myself, have been ready to take on the adults ever since. So far the parents have not been able to keep the Dinosaurs of the Lost World younger champs out of the finals. If you think that this is a kids game, try your hand against these juniors graduates. It may be more challenge than you can handle.

This is a B tournament and there is plenty of time to learn the game before the competition. Newcomers have been known to make it to the finals (Beginners luck or just the skillful GM instruction?) Even if you get off to a bad start you will be having fun. Attacking other players with dinosaurs, what can be more fun than that? It is an adventure for the young and old alike.

 GM      Wendy De Marco  [3rd Year]  609 Cleveland Ave, Riverside, NJ 08075-3709
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