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evil_steve



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Robot Battles / DragonCon rules

We've talked about this at one of the Adelaide group fight nights, down the track once we get a few featherweight bots locally I'd love to try some open air fights using the Robot Battles/Dragon Con rules, something like this. Might be something we can end up doing as a demo at the Mini Make Fair or something, or might just be something we do for the hell of it one weekend.

Post Wed May 25, 2016 10:57 pm 
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Those are basically the Sportsmen rule set is a more casual wording.
If you have a look at the Sportsmen rules from the SPARC website, you will notice there is an open air combat section from which the DragonCon fights run upon.
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I was just going to mention that as I am reviewing the rules as we speak.

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Huh, missed that section when I've read them previously, thanks.

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