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2019 One Week Build - The Rules

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NARSES2:
Right here's the rules for this years One Week Build. Same as last year so there shouldn't be a problem.

Chris

1.  Group Build runs from 00.01 Saturday 8th June 2019 to 24:00 Sunday 16th June 2019 (all GMT). 

2)  Any subject, any scale - but must be a what if.  Profiles and stories also eligible.

3)  You may build, draw or write as many entries as you like (good luck!).  The posting of in-progress pictures is encouraged as always.  Back stories - however long or short - win extra points.  Well OK they don't but they're always nice to see.

4)  "Preparation" work is allowed prior to the start of the GB - this includes the cutting out and cleaning up of parts, even printing your own decals (!), but anything involving paint or glue is not allowed. 

5)  Part-started models are not allowed - we are relying on the honour of our membership to uphold this rule.

6)  Moderator Kitbasher (This year aided and abetted by me)

7) Shhhhhhhhh, never mention Rule 7 (or any other rule we deem to consider person non grata at the time of typing this)

Old Wombat:
I always though it was Rule 6 that was non memorando!? :unsure:

NARSES2:

--- Quote from: Old Wombat on May 29, 2019, 08:50:15 am ---I always though it was Rule 6 that was non memorando!? :unsure:

--- End quote ---

It's become flexible over the last few years mainly because I couldn't remember which one it was a few years ago and screwed it  :banghead:

kitbasher:

--- Quote from: NARSES2 on May 30, 2019, 06:22:59 am ---
--- Quote from: Old Wombat on May 29, 2019, 08:50:15 am ---I always though it was Rule 6 that was non memorando!? :unsure:

--- End quote ---

It's become flexible over the last few years mainly because I couldn't remember which one it was a few years ago and screwed it  :banghead:

--- End quote ---

It's due to Brexit.

Weaver:
As long as we can all remember to mention that there's at least one rule that we're all supposed to forget and never mention, then the fact that the number of the rule that isn't there changes doesn't matter. Indeed it helps to hide it further by making unclear which unmentionable number applies to the rule.

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