Happy Friday Morning!
Just a few more hours and it is 'the weekend' - and with spring in the air and the sun shining for all of us, I am sure we are looking forward to it.
As you have seen yesterday, the dates for GD Italy and UK have finally been confirmed.
Since GW has released its globally binding "Games Day Codex" and all of the other countries have limited (or rather cut down) ticket availability for 'better planning', the question is: Will this also apply to the UK?
|Less convenient for travellers, but great for exploring Birmingham.|
For those of us that come from abroad that probably means getting a hotel closer to the NIA - which I am looking forward to as we can hit the Birmingham City the night before the event. I am sure they have a pint or two for us :D
This is what Wikipedia has to say about the NIA and Games Days:
"The British games company Games Workshop used the arena to stage their Games Day and Golden Demon events until 2003, when they moved to the larger National Exhibition Centre."Which means that now, they move to the smaller National Indoor Arena.
Wait... SMALLER? Last year the NEC halls - including the soccer-field large Forgeworld Sales Extravaganza were crammed with people.
Does this mean that tickets for the UK GD will also be limited?
Maybe some of you that went to the NIA in the Golden Days of Golden Demons and could leave a comment below :)
Where is Japan!?
And of course, we heard nothing about the Games Day Japan. Whether this now means that it has also fallen victim to the GD cuts or wheter it merely means it will be announced at a later date, remains to be seen.
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