1 year ago

When:
17 March, 2017

Location:
The University of Melbourne

Organised by:
International Relations Society (MELBIRS)


Japan, 1570. The past 100 years have seen a weakened Emperor and Shogun lose centralised control over Japan. As such, Japan has fractured into a series of small Feudal States ruled by a Daimyo Lord.

In this Crisis Council, you will be able to lead one of these States and attempt to increase your power. You will have the opportunity to play characters like Oda Nobunaga, Tokugawa Ieyasu, Takeda Shingen, Mōri Motonari and Ōtomo Sōrin.

A crisis council is a fast-paced simulation of an historical event where delegates represent an individual. Your role will be to write orders to achieve outcomes for yourself and/or your Daimyo.

The Hubmasters for this Crisis Council run by the Melbourne International Relations Society are Kevin Huynh and Angus Robertson.

First, view the player list here to find your preferences: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1FuV8COul1Ernh0wFroJYx8FU-s3uCFLv2fBpCDdcWvk/edit

Then apply here to secure one of the few places remaining! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfjmBZOEw89EEIIQZrKlaeqa-pJlhjJCEoLMUjcXd9gQZN4zA/viewform

The full fee, which covers the venue, food and other costs is $40 for MIRS members ($45 for non-members). If you're not a member yet, membership is only $5 and you can join here: http://mirsmembership.getqpay.com/

For any queries on the CC, email Cameron Boyle at cc@mirs.org.au