Cloak & Dagger The Assassins' Guild: Mayweek 2006 Game Awards

The following Awards have been presented by the Umpire:

The Lemming Award for the first to die:
Chris Doman, killed by his neighbour Jake Corteen, with whom he still didn't seem to see the point in a no-kill.
Michael Wallace was shot right at the start of the game, but since it was only by the Umpire it doesn't really count.
The Holzhauer Award for psychopathy:
Jacob Corteen, for a phenomenal number of kills.
Other blood-soaked maniacs:
Philip Bielby, who also got a lot.
Michael Donaghy, who was somehow alive just about long enough to get eighteen.
The Gary Lineker Award for Sportsmanship:
Jacob Corteen, for an exemplary performance in every respect.
The Kenny Award for dying far too many times:
Michael Donaghy spent two full days' worth of time dead.
The Leek and Safe Award for most interesting weaponry:
Tom Wootten, for the infamous five-metre "scary snake".
The Three Hours Early Award for paranoia:
Konrad Dabrowski, who always seemed rather worried the AutoUmpire was cheating him of kills.
The Reversed Burden of Johannes Award for unintentionally killing innocents:
Mike Preece managed to shoot three in one go while attacking Jake Corteen.
The Laurel And Hardy Award for most amusing double-act:
Konrad Dabrowski and Michael Donaghy who seemed to shoot each other every five minutes.
Joined at the hip:
Michael Wallace and Christian Fletcher Warran even had matching pseudonyms.
The Giraffe With No Legs Award for lameness:
Ben Weaver, a promising player who nonetheless managed to be the only person not to do anything all game.
The Igor Prize for the meanest accomplice:
Simeon Bird followed Phil Bielby around for most of the game, and somehow finished fifth himself.
The Order of the Black Coat for application of the art of disguise:
Simeon Bird managed to disguise himself successfully as Ed Heaney.
Not playing the game didn't seem to dissuade J Doe from wandering around with a large fake beard.
The William Tell Award for marksmanship:
Richard Gibson, who once again managed to miss an immobilised opponent from short range.
Yellow Streak Award for running away:
Christian Fletcher Warran suffered an entirely unnecessary death for running away to Burrell's Field after his legs were shot off.
Also a cowardy custard:
Michael Wallace, just because.
The Ginger Cake Award for Smoothest kill:
Richard Gibson gets an honourable mention for giving Michael Donaghy a poisoned cake, even though it didn't kill him.
The Stephen Byers Award for the biggest cock-up:
No surprises here: The AutoUmpire sweeps the board, particularly as it was broken for the last several hours of the game.
The Catherine Zentile Award for least innocent innocent:
Ana Dugdale managed to fool Phil Bielby into thinking she was playing, then shot him.
Not entirely blameless:
Nick Plummer and J Doe placed bounties on several live players
Charles Curry who, as well as harbouring assassins for much of the game, talked Chris Doman into shooting Jake Corteen, handed him the gun, and helped him pull the trigger.
Steve McCann, as ever, for being Steve McCann.

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