AWS 48, Basingstoke, 21st November 2015

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Re: AWS 48, Basingstoke, 21st November 2015

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this event will feature a few new awards...

.best junior roboteer.
.best clusterbot.
.best walker.
.best robot name.
Daniel Jackson.

Team Hectic.

Many antweights

Super antweights: territorial.

Fleaweights: fleadom fighter, gaztons.

Featherweights: hectic (under construction)

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Re: AWS 48, Basingstoke, 21st November 2015

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No Rory, I totally agree. I realised a few tournaments back that the only way I could carry on would be to purchase a vast amount of your boards. But I bought heavy parts instead :P
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Re: AWS 48, Basingstoke, 21st November 2015

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Looks like a good turn out something like 20 teams so should be a good event.
Mind you only 11 teams have signed up for Antlog and only 6 off them have signed up for AWS48.

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Re: AWS 48, Basingstoke, 21st November 2015

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No Andrew Hibbard?
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Re: AWS 48, Basingstoke, 21st November 2015

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haz wrote:Booked my time off so unless something major happens I'm coming to this. Now I just have to make a robot.
Harry, you still coming?
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Re: AWS 48, Basingstoke, 21st November 2015

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No. Despite booking time off I have to be at work as I have to hold the hands of 3 newbies so they don't break too much stuff. Being the only full time guy sucks.

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No Haz make Dave something something
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Re: AWS 48, Basingstoke, 21st November 2015

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haz wrote:No. Despite booking time off I have to be at work as I have to hold the hands of 3 newbies so they don't break too much stuff. Being the only full time guy sucks.
Shame. Glad to see you are getting out and about with some cool robots though. Germany sounded like fun. :)
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Re: AWS 48, Basingstoke, 21st November 2015

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After a last minute repair job on most of my robots I now have a team for Saturday :) I'm halfway through bringing back Inertia 3 and I'm really tempted to finish it. If I get enough time I will as it was one of the better versions :)
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Re: AWS 48, Basingstoke, 21st November 2015

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sounds cool Will! it'd be nice to have a classic spinner on scene. :)
Daniel Jackson.

Team Hectic.

Many antweights

Super antweights: territorial.

Fleaweights: fleadom fighter, gaztons.

Featherweights: hectic (under construction)

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