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Hello one, and ahoy all captains! I see thy gaming shore upon us all! Welcome to the 2016 AUS PAX suggestion thread! Here is where players of the forum input their comments on last year's PAX, as well as what they want to see at the upcoming PAX! For the next few months, you can place comments below on what should be improved, removed, or added into this year's stand. Possible events could be discussed, as well as some meet up times for any other captains in need of socializing. BUT, if your main focus is on socializing, please head to the appropriate thread located below. http://forum.worldofwarships.asia/index.php?/topic/12396-pax-australia-2016/page__st__20#topmost I will try my best to keep ideas noted, and maybe send a few hopeful plans over to the WG staff and see what they will do with it. We still got a lot of time on our hands. So, lets put it to good use!
So, some of us went to PAX last year, which was a blast! World of Tanks and the new World of Warships area was amazing! So, how about we all talk about this year's event? Organize a few meet-ups and what not? Maybe play a few games against each other ? Discuss below! I will edit the OP as information is revealed, as we have quite a few months to wait! AUS PAX 2016 INFORMATION Official Website: http://www.paxaustralia.com.au/ Day: November, 4th (Friday) - 6th (Sunday) Price of Admission Single Day: $60 Three-Day Pass: $160 International Three-Day Pass: $160 PAX FaQ: http://www.paxaustralia.com.au/faq THE RULES OF PAX AUSTRALIA By following the rules shown below, you are showing us, the community, that you are a trusted member of the World of Warships forums and community. Breaking said rules either during, before and after the event will exclude you from the group at that given time and henceforth. If anything that is considered inappropriate beyond a sensible doubt occurs, then the group will have a right to ask you to leave. 1. Drugs are bad. 2. Don’t steal. 3. Don’t punch or kick people. 4. No cheating. 5. Don’t harass anyone. 6. Don’t mess with things that aren’t yours. Further definitions and information regarding the rules can be found here: http://www.paxaustralia.com.au/safety-and-security