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Title: Warmahorde Worlds Tournament

Azhdeen - March 21, 2012 06:21 PM (GMT)
The inaugural Warmahordes World Tournament is being held in the spacious and modern Howden Park Centre. Combining with Flames of War, this is to be an annual event organised by Worlds at War; to create the Worlds Gaming Day event.

Worlds Gaming Day - Warmahordes World Tournament

Date - 20th May 2012
Sign in - 10am (Any lists on the day in by 10:30am)
Start 11am
Players Spaces - up to 32
No. of Rounds - 4 Rounds (up to 16 players)
5 Round (16+ Players)

Round 1 - 35 pts
Round 2 - 35 pts
Round 3 - 35 pts
Round 4 - 35 pts (16+ Players) or 50 pts (less than 16 players)
Round 5 - 50 pts (16+ Players ONLY)

For all rounds of 35 pts, you will require 2 lists, under the standard SR 2012 (Character Restrictions apply).

For the final 50 pts, there is only ONE list needed. This army does NOT need to meet Character Restriction criteria. This is an all or nothing last game, so choose your army wisely.

Artifices are mandatory (Killbox and Reinforcements). So don't forget your Reinforcement points (35 = 7 pts and 50 = 10 pts).

We would like to have lists in advance, but will accept on the day;
however it must be written out BEFORE you arrive. We will not wait on
you writing it out, when you arrive at the event. Remember 2 copies,
one for the TO and one for your opponent to look over. Lists can be submitted to, or handed into the shop with your name added.

As places are limited, tickets should be bought in advance from Warmahorde Worlds Tickets. Alternatively, anyone coming to the event in April, could buy one then directly in the shop.

evilsteve - March 21, 2012 08:47 PM (GMT)
Never noticed the link first time round.

So you can use the same caster for the 50pt game too?

Azhdeen - March 22, 2012 08:57 AM (GMT)
First up, we are limiting the players spaces to 32; not 36 places as first mentioned. The reason for this, is that more than 32 players this needs 6 rounds; to determine a clear winner. This would make the day very very long, with very little time between games.

Steve, the choice of 50pt Caster/Lock is completely up to you. You don't even have to use the same caster/lock as your 35 pts lists. The only restrictions are for the 35 pts lists, which are character restricted.

daoloth - March 22, 2012 09:21 AM (GMT)
This looks like a fun format. :)

So reserve a place by buying a ticket through the Worlds at War website then?

Azhdeen - March 22, 2012 06:28 PM (GMT)
Yes sorry, so focused on getting details out about both the April and special May event; seems I am updating as I go.

Frank will keep a note of the names buying which tickets, he will send you an email confirmation; with an e-Ticket. It isn't strictly necessary you have the ticket, as he will have a note of your name; but it would help if you did.

Azhdeen - April 25, 2012 09:23 AM (GMT)
Frank of Worlds at War, has just advised we have reached the 16 player mark. There is still time to sign up, to take us into a 5 round event; so head over to Worlds at War website (

In the event of there being 5 rounds, the timings will be roughly as follows.

Round 1 - 10:30am - 11:40
Round 2 - 12:00 - 1:10pm
Round 3 - 2:00pm - 3:10pm
Round 4 - 3:30pm - 4:40pm

Round 5 - 4:50pm - 6:30pm

Any questions, feel free to ask.

Azhdeen - May 5, 2012 05:02 PM (GMT)
Confirmed names of players for this event:

1. Steven McConnachie
2. David Grant
3. John Sinclair
4. Johnathan Mitchell
5. David Brown
6. Alasdair Mitchell
7. Michael Dick
8. Luke Mason
9. James Stevenson
10. David Kane
11. Ryan Hunter
12. Allan Gibb
13. Est Mount
14. Jim Lawrence
15. Andy Palmer
16. Irving Kerr-Smith

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