Thanks to Bill Harriman (Agent BigHairyMan) who has come up with a set of useful tips for Anomaly day! Continue reading
The Cake Committee is back to organise yet another Cakefest to bring even more smiles to tired agents after battling hard for the control of a city.
We’ve made plans for another awesome spread of goodies, but once again, we would like to call upon your help!
1. Help with the crowdfunding. Please donate here: https://irfn.org/index.php?a=fund&op=53 as some of us are paying out of our own pocket for all these treats that we’re giving away freely to those who are attending the Anomaly.
2. Make some cakes/brownies/cupcakes and bring it along! Please let us know if you can cater for Diabetics, Coeliacs or Vegans, as that would be greatly appreciated and means more can enjoy the treats!
If you’re looking for any ideas, have a look at the Resistance Bakery Community:https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/114727697619397462003
We have new cupcake pin badges to give away to those who help us with the cake, so:
• If you contribute to the crowdfunding
• Bring a contribution on the day
Then you qualify for an Edinburgh Abaddon Painted Cupcake Badge!
If you have any queries, please comment below or contact myself via hangouts.
Thank you very much!
Your humble Cake Commander.
We’re excited to announce that the Edinburgh Resistance Abaddon Swag Store is open! Awesome hoodies, shirts, pin-badges with the blue Ouroboros logo and more are just a few clicks away.
If you’re coming to Edinburgh for 14 November, you can choose to pick up your stuff in person, but otherwise we’re offering shipping to the UK and the rest of the world after the Anomaly event.
Money raised from the store will be used to cover the incidental expenses of the tireless (well, tired!) volunteers organising the event, but anything left over will go directly to the even harder-working folks at Cancer Research UK.
We hope there’s something there for everyone!
In celebration of Back To The Future day we are recruiting members for the Hoverboard team, all you need is some physics-bending science and – in case you need to go over water – POWAHH!!
Even if you’re stuck in this stinky old 2015 without hoverboards or flying cars, we’d still love to have your help on 14 November at the Abaddon Anomaly in Edinburgh. Sign up at http://anomaly.ehresist.co.uk/. What are ya … chicken? :-)
For the discerning dram drinker in need of a wee refreshment after the Anomaly, or even a little something to steady the hand the night before, agent sjhill presents a guide to things whisky-related for you to partake while you visit Edinburgh. A connoisseur of the Golden Nectar, he has visited and sampled at all of these fine institutions to ensure the highest possible quality! May we present …
A whisky drinker’s guide to Embra.
For all the non Scots coming to Edinburgh, here is a wee (small) translation guide to Scottish Ingress play, terminology and general getting aboot (around).
Let’s start with some greetings and Scottish sayings:
- Awrite – hello
- Guid mornin – good morning
- Haw you – an exclamation to get someone’s attention
- Whit a braw blether – good chatting with you
So you’ve made the right choice by signing up to play Ingress in Edinburgh as a satellite site for the Abaddon Anomaly series, but where are you going to stay? With so much choice and a range of budgets we’ve came up with a handy guide to good places to stay based on closeness to town centre, transportation links and most importantly, portal count!
We have missed out a lot of hotels such as the numerous Premier Inns and Travelodges in favour of some alternative options. Continue reading