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Sam here wishing everyone a belated happy new year and posting about what 2016 has in store for Six Up Save.

Last year saw the beginning of six up save, a new member to the group, our first group tournament and lots of laughs. This year we almost mirror that in the first two months by hosting a tournament in february and welcoming our tenth member Cat to the group.

It is our current aim to host three tournaments this year. Starting with back to basics in February which limits everyons cad in a minimalistic and nostalgic way. In june we hope to run a doubles tournament in which everyone counts as allies of convenience for some awesome yet unbroken alliances. Finally in september we aim to run another skirmish event, a competitive free for all similar to last years.

As well as our own tournaments we plan on attending Bristol Vanguards Vanquish on the 2nd-3rd of April. Last year Sam, Bruce, Damien and Matt went and had a great time.

We will begin our batman league soon after that which will feature most of Six Up and several other friends from our FLGS Worcester War Games. Details, scores and batreps for this will be posted onto the blog.

And as well as all of this we are working away on all of our armies.

I am adding lots to my krieg this year and aim to finish the regiment before moving onto completing my iron warriors.
Bruce is creating a 30k blood angels force and is thinking about starting necrons.
Damien is collecting a lot of daemonkin and painting them in the style of the word bearers.
Jamie shouler as usual has lots of projects on the go but is focussing on his world eaters.
Jamie Stevens has began painting his orks and has recently added some armour to his snake bites.
Martin has a few more units to complete before his 6000 eldar are finished. Then onto dark eldar.

Charles is in the process of making his tau army and plans to field it at back to basics.

Paul is nearly finished with his speed freaks and is eying up badger riding dwarves from kings of war.

Matt is repainting his dark eldar to match a new scheme he has chosen, working on his inquisitorial allies for his iron hands and has began work on his corsairs.
Cat is getting her first 1500 of eldar fully painted for back to basics.

So we all have a lot of hobby going on at the moment. Stay tumed for updates from each of us and we hopefully will see you at the Wocester War Games or at tournaments.



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