Cloak & Dagger The Assassins' Guild: Mayweek 2005 Game Awards

The following Awards have been presented by the Umpire:

The Lemming Award for the first to die:
Jack Gillett, before he realised the game had started!
The Holzhauer Award for psychopathy:
Richard Gibson, for an impressive number of kills throughout the game.
Also worryingly keen:
Stephen McCann, for an obsession with killing.
Tom Booth, for racking up lots of kills despite several deaths.
The Kenny Award for dying far too many times:
Michael Conterio, who the AutoUmpire, not entirely incorrectly, thought was dead for most of the game, and
Michael Wallace, who was constantly being mutilated.
The Three Hours Early Award for paranoia:
Paul Fox, for repeated queries about OOB areas.
The Laurel And Hardy Award for most amusing double-act:
Richard Gibson and Felicity Boyce for spending most of the game hunting together.
Also well-matched:
Paul Fox and Stephen Chester, for repeatedly killing one another.
Yellow Streak Award for running away:
Nick Plummer for leaving his girlfriend standing while he ran from Trinity Street to the Grafton Centre.
The Girton Award for the kill furthest away:
Tom Booth for travelling to London to kill Jamie Karran.
Also devoted:
Stephen McCann who also followed Jamie to London, but didn't go quite as far as Tom.
The Ginger Cake Award for Smoothest kill:
Jamie Karran for killing both Tom Booth and Ed Heaney with an RBG, while they each had supersoakers.
Sarah Donnelly for dispatching both Alex Labram and Ed Heaney in Trinity Ball queue, with a knife.
The Stephen Byers Award for the biggest mess-up:
The AutoUmpire, although the developers did a great job in fixing it.

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