Warhammer 40k Tournament 2014-10-18
Warhammer 40k 2,000pt "Friendly Fire" Tournament
- Date: Saturday 10/18/2014
- Registration: 10:00 am
- Start Time: 11:00 am
- Entry Fee: $10.00 - Every player's entry fee will automatically be entered as store credit for that player.
- Prizes: NEW Game Nite Objective Markers! Winners of the four categories will receive a corresponding objective marker.
- Bonus: All tournament participants who complete at least one round will receive 3 punches per $20.00 purchased on our customer loyalty card on any purchases that day.
This event is aimed to reward both casual and hardcore players. Categories to score points in are:
- Master Tactician: Most objectives, Primary AND Secondary, captured after all three rounds
- Bounty Hunter: Most Independent Character kills after all three rounds
- 'Ard Boy: Least amount of models lost after all three rounds
- Lead Balloon: Awarded to player with no wins and last in at least one other category
What you need to bring:
- One 2,000 point Battle Forged Army
- Three copies of army lists: one for you, one for your opponents, and one for the judge. WYSIWYG is suggested, proxies agreed between opponents.
- Tape measure
- A copy of your codexes is required to play. PDF or printed copies are permitted, iTunes/iPad versions are allowed but you must be willing to allow your opponent and the TO access to the material as needed.
Standard 7th Edition rules will be used with FAQ/Errata modification as well as the specific rule changes below:
- Forgeworld models will NOT be allowed
- Stronghold Assault, Escalation, Data Slates, and any Apocalypse-like formations will NOT be allowed.
- Lords of War are NOT allowed
- No Unbound Armies
Games will be scored as follows:
- Primary and Secondary Objectives will be used to determine win/loss/draw
- Scores for Model Loss and IC's killed will also be recorded
- Games have a hard time limit of two hours
- Pairings for game play will be random in the first round and thereafter Swiss-paired (winners play against winners)
Note: While sportsmanship is not integral to the scoring process, it goes without saying that we want people to have fun and enjoy playing at our events. Should any issue arise, please do not hesitate to call for the TO if you and your opponent cannot come to a mutual agreement.