Nor'easter XXIII: March 21-24, 2019
In the interest of promoting ASL & ASLSK, the Yankee ASL leadership, sponsors of the Nor'Easter ASL Convention (the ASL Tournament / Nor'Easter Starter Group), has decided to offer Junior High and High School students the opportunity to participate in the Convention for a fee of $5.Those students that want to participate must sign up prior to the event by 03 Mar 2019 and check whether they will participate in the ASL Tournament or the Starter Group. The $5 is a flat fee and can be used for the full event or just one day of the event.
We believe this will allow students to participate without the financial burden and full cost of the convention.
The ASL Nor'easter is New England's regional ASL championships. It is held annually near Boston, MA. It is a yearly get-together of people in the New England area that play Advanced Squad Leader (ASL). The Nor'easter is hosted and directed by the boys from The Bunker and the Yankee ASL Group
Visitors are very welcome, and you'll probably be able to play a game if you want to learn. Have a look at the archived web sites for previous Nor'easters to see what the event is like.
Doors open at 10AM on Thursday 3/21 and close at 6PM on Sunday 2/24, or when the State Troopers throw us out, with 24-hour access to the gaming rooms. The Thursday game play is open gaming, with the main and mini-tournaments, with the exception of the Big MoFo, the large scenario "Mini" tournament beginning on Friday. The MoFo, due to the scenario size, kicks off on Thursday.
To be matched with a particular opponent in round one of the Main Tourney or for open gaming on Thursday, or the SK event, please contact us directly by email at Chnogueira@aol.com or through our group, (preferred) email@example.com. For SK match-ups to be pre-scheduled, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. In all other instances, players will be matched as they arrive.
Thursday: Open gaming all day. This is a great opportunity to knock off that big scenario you have been giving the eyeball for a while, but have not had time to play.
All players from beginners to experts are encouraged to play, and the emphasis is on having fun. All attendees are automatically entered into a random drawing for fabulous door prizes.
Starter Kit Players are Welcome!
Read about Starter Kit play: Starter Kit for beginners
New LocationLocation: Hampton Inn
1 Hampton Way, Fairhaven, Massachusetts, 02719
Make sure to use the above link to reserve your room to get the special ASL Convention Rate.
The arrival date is left blank as some people might want to arrive a day early to tour the Battleship. We are still investigating that possibility, so please hold on that until I give additional info.
Group Name: NorEasterASL
Reservations (508) 990-8500
Up to 4 adults $99.00 per night
When calling to make reservations be SURE to ask for the Yankee ASL Event (using the group name NorEasterASL). Confirm the above prices with the person taking the reservations at the time of reservation to ensure correct pricing. Please contact Carl Nogueira at 774-328-8095 should any discrepancies result.
Please contact Carl Nogueira at Chnogueira@aol.com to be matched up with locals who can assist with transport from Logan Airport to the tournament and back.
When you register on-line you have the option of ordering a tee-shirt. An extra $23.00 will be added to your registration cost.
Remember, the only way to order a tee-shirt is by pre-registering. Don't wait to pay at the door if you want a shirt with this year's fabulous graphic on it.
REGISTRATION INFORMATION:You can pre-register for the lower price until March 3rd - after that you'll have to the higher rate. You can also pay (the higher rate) at the door.
Registration costs are below and we have our usual excellent raffle and T-shirts on sale ($23.00). Additional details to follow as they become available.
|Registration Type||Pre-registration Cost||After 03/03/2019|
|Full Convention (2+ days)||$40||$45|
You can signup here, or print out the flyer, clip and mail the included registration form along with a check.