Nor'easter VII: March 28-30, 2003
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.
The Nor'easter started at 1pm on Friday and went until 8pm on Sunday, with 24-hour access to the gaming rooms. Location: Best Western Royal Plaza in Marlborough, Massachusetts.
The tournament is a swiss format, with prizes for first, second, third and third place. Players choose from five scenarios per round. Five or six rounds of play are required to select the winners. There is two rounds on Friday, three on Saturday, and one on Sunday.
Staturday Mini Tournament
Starts Satuday morning at 8:00am, ending Saturday evening. Registration is limited to eight participants, and lasts three rounds. This tournament is for you if you're an experienced ASL player and are only going to attend on Saturday!
This starts Friday and lasts 3 rounds, one on Friday, one on Saturday, and one on Sunday. Scenarios consist of monsters that take a day to play, and participants are encouraged to have setups done ahead of time to keep things moving. If you win, you take home the coolest ASL plaque anywhere.