|Number of missions||3 (Mission 14 14 Hanover, Mission 15 15 Geneva, Mission 26 21 26 Garmisch-Partenkirchen)|
|Draw privilege||Pete Gibbon's Schweinerei tournament|
|Gets a destination||If the mascot (one of Kurt, Shaft or Grosser Vass) chosen by the tournament winner is invoked, unless the tournament winner then calls on the Gozerian|
|Destinations selected||Bergerac (Ben Manning's choice), 17 Palermo (Big Rich's choice), Marrakesh (Michelle's choice), Bastia (Eric's choice), Jordan (Tej's choice), 28 Vienna (John Collinson's choice), Ibiza (James' choice), 28 Vienna, Granada (Leon's choice), Bologna, Ljubljana (Dave Hanna's choice), 30 Bergen (Slow Nick's choice), Lewis and Harris (Rebecca's choice), Ljubljana (Will's choice), 32 Rome (Greg from Softwire's choice), Venice (Lorenzo's choice), St Petersburg (Isty's choice), Dubrovnik (Glen's choice), Palma (Warren's choice), Kotor (Heidi's choice), Nicosia (Lesley's choice)|
|Average finishing position in draws||5.17 (--,--,--,--,--,--,--,--,--,--,--,--,--,--,4,1,--,6,--,--,5,5,10,--,--,--,6,--)|
|Best finish in a draw||1st (Mission 16 16 Athens)|
|Worst finish in a draw||10th (Mission 24 24 Arnhem)|
|Following mascot||La Dôle|
Pete Gibbon joined the Colonel's Regiment on Mission 14 14 Hanover.
Pete Gibbon's Schweinerei tournament
Schweinerei is the German name for the popular game "Pass the Pigs". Pete Gibbon's Schweinerei tournament usually takes place on the second night of the break, over drinks after the evening meal. It involves, not surprisingly, a game of Schweinerei. The winner of the game takes possession of a sealed envelope which contains a destination that has been provided in advance and is unknown to anyone on the mission.
On the night of the draw, the holder of the envelope must choose to play it in either Kurt's veto round, Shaft's shaft round, or Grosser Vass's making grosser round. The choice must be made in advance. If a destination is vetoed, shafted or made grosser in the chosen round then the sealed envelope is opened and the destination inside read out. This destination then replaces the vetoed or shafted destination, or accompanies the additional destination that results from a making grosser. If nothing happens in the round in which the envelope is played, then the destination is not used.
Pete Gibbon's tournament first took place on Mission 15 15 Geneva.
The eighth tournament, on Mission 22 22 Lisbon, was notable for being the first that was subject to a rain delay. The competition could only be resumed after hastily relocating to an indoor venue.
Positioning the pigs
There was controversy in earlier missions when Steve was alleged to be trying to influence the result by controlling the position and orientation of the pigs immediately before throwing. Some observers think that an unfair advantage can be gained by this strategy. Ironically, Steve's own results have not seen a significant boost through use of this technique.
The current official line is that positioning the pigs is legal but to be avoided; however it is likely that all professional squads today use pig positioning concepts to some extent.
Schweinerei's profile received a major boost on Mission 24 24 Arnhem when the international federation announced a €9.40 sponsorship deal with 2 bottles of "Op & Top".
The Armgate Scandal occurred during Mission 29 29 Luxembourg (City). Steve was on 191 points and had scored a further 42 points. With 17 points needed to win, he rolled again. The first pig landed on its back. The second pig also landed on its back and slid towards Rupert. At that moment Rupert brought down his arm, trapping the pig underneath. The double razorback would have given Steve 20 points, the win and the Gozerian (that Rupert held). However, the intervention of Rupert caused the 20 points to be invalidated. Steve rolled on but on 249 points (one point from the win) got a pig out. This controversy caused Steve to crumble and he didn't win another point in the entire game. The tournament was eventually won by Dave whilst Rupert won the Gozerian. Rupert cheered in celebration and updated the Gozer the Gozerian page immediately to acknowledge his victory.
The Sidergate controversy occurred during Mission 33 33 Bayeux. Rupert rolled and immediately picked up his pigs and rolled, declaring that he had got a sider, scoring him one point. David, Dave and Mike all claimed that Rupert had actually got a pig out. Rupert's following roll was therefore declared null and void, but to this day Rupert claims that he did actually score a sider. David eventually won the competition.
Interaction with Gløgg
Pete Gibbon cannot be directly helped or bummed.
|Fewest number of rounds to win||16||Steve||Mission 24 24 Arnhem|
|Greatest number of rounds to win||34||Rupert||Mission 21 21 Budapest|
|Most points scored in a round||73||Mike||Mission 32 32 Rome|
|Most points lost to a "pig out"||67||David||Mission 23 23 Copenhagen|
|Most points lost to a single "makin' bacon"||223||Steve||Mission 22 22 Lisbon|
|Most points lost to "makin' bacon" in a tournament||299||Steve||Mission 22 22 Lisbon|
|Most "makin' bacons" in a tournament||2||Steve||Mission 22 22 Lisbon|
|Most consecutive siders||6||Mike||Mission 35 35 Kendal|
|Fewest points scored in a tournament||0||Steve, Dave||Mission 22 22 Lisbon, Mission 30 30 Bergen|
|Highest Runner-up score||249||Dave||Mission 23 23 Copenhagen|
|Highest last placed score||205||David||Mission 26 21 26 Garmisch-Partenkirchen|
|Most immediate "pig outs"||13||Mike||Mission 19 19 Valletta|
|David||Mission 21 21 Budapest|
|Most Scratch Rounds||3||Mission 26 21 26 Garmisch-Partenkirchen and Mission 32 32 Rome|