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  1. AIdenNicol444

    NICon 2018 Tournament

    The North Island Convention, or NICon, was held this year in Napier, New Zealand. For many players NICon was the last tournament they would play in using the General's Handbook 2017 edition, and with the tournament organizer looking for a good narrative theme with unconventional battleplans most players took lists very different to what they would normally run. The battleplans were constructed by using the Open War cards Games Workshop produced earlier in the year, and they made for some very interesting matches with armies usually not favorable in the matchup prevailing over their opponents. Results 1st Place - Fraser, Maggotkin of Nurgle 2nd Place - Matt B, Legion of Blood 3rd Place - Jesse, Clan Skryre Best Painted - Matt W, Destruction Grand Alliance Most Kill Points - Matt B, Legion of Blood Best Sportsmanship - Lee, Sylvaneth Fraser came out ahead with his Maggotkin of Nurgle list, winning 5 out of 5 games. Matt came in close behind with his extremely elite death army (only 19 models) after killing almost every enemy army he faced completely, and Jesse following up in third with Clan Skryre and the iconic Gautfyre Skorch list. Best Painted was won by Matt W, recieving every single available vote except his own, a class act. Lee topped the Sportsmanship votes, while still managing to finish in the top half of the field defying the best sports pattern. The tournament was considered an overwhelming success for the community, particularly because while it was situated in Napier (3 hours drive from the capital city) and not a single Age of Sigmar player was based there, we still had a solid field with everyone that could making the trip. Everyone put in and got a place to say in nearby Havelock North so we had the whole field of players drinking till around 2am on the Saturday night of the weekend which made for an awesome tournament. The majrity of the players who competed in this event will be attending the Call to Arms tournament in the first weekend of August so it will be interesting to see how things go and where everyone finishes up. Full Tournament Results 1st - Fraser, Maggotkin of Nurgle 2nd - Matt B, Legion of Blood 3rd - Jesse, Clan Skryre 4th - Lee, Sylvaneth 5th - Aiden, Clan Pestilens 6th - Shaun T - Khorne 7th - Brendan, Sylvaneth 8th - Cameron, Seraphon 9th - Shaun B, Stormcast Eternals 10th - Nick, Ironjawz 11th - Matt W, Destruction Grand Alliance 12th - Seth, Destruction Grand Alliance Aiden - Clan Pestilens.pdf Brendan - Sylvaneth.pdf Cameron - Seraphon.pdf Fraser - Nurgle.pdf Jesse - Clan Skryre.pdf Lee - Sylvaneth.pdf Shaun T - Khorne.pdf Shaun B - Stormcast Eternals.pdf Matt W - Destruction.pdf Nick - Ironjawz.pdf Seth - Destruction.pdf Matt B - Legion of Blood.pdf
  2. Primez

    AOS in NZ

    Hi Guys, I decided to post this following the successful CTA AOS tournament this past weekend. (thank you Tim!) At CTA i meet some awesome new people who i previously never knew existed. It was great to see so many others into AOS as much as i am. So i thought i would start a thread where people can post what they are playing, where they are playing and what sort of games they like to play, along with any other details they might want to share. The idea is to get people playing more games more often. My name is Shaun, i live in wellington. I play free people and prefer to play match play, but i'm open to any sort of game. I play at GW Wellington a few times a month and, about once a month attend a hobby/games night that a mate runs every week. I don't have a gaming table and only have one realm gate so i can't host at this stage. If you keen for a game let me know and we can organize something.
  3. 1 Ticket (2 players)                                                                                                                                                                                                                               for the AoS 6 Nations Doubles Event

    16th June 2017 in Derby, UK

     

    50.00 GBP

  4. Tronhammer NZ

    NICON 2017 - Age of Sigmar

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    Welcome to NICON! This will be a two-day held over the weekend of the 3rd-4th June 2017 in Auckland. Players may register for either day, or both days, if they cannot commit to the full weekend. Registration Form Player's Pack Details Game Size Warhost (2,500 points) 6 ft x 4 ft table Battlefield Roles Leaders (1-8) - Battleline (4+) - Artillery (0-5) - Behemoths (0-5) - Other Units (Any) Rules All Pitched Battle rules from the General’s Handbook House Rules Measure from base-to-base unless your opponent agrees otherwise. Square bases allowed. If there are multiple versions of a warscroll available, you must use the most recent, unless your opponent agrees otherwise. Duplicate Allegiance Artefacts are allowed. Battleplans Five of the six Pitched Battle battleplans, randomly selected before each round Prizes Warrior King - Most Victory Points Arch Panoplist - Voted Best Presented Army Lord Manipulator - Voted Favourite Opponent Rankings NICON results will contribute towards the national rankings scoring system for New Zealand. More details to come, we are just waiting for indication on how Matched Play will work in the General's Handbook. Contact Details and Questions You can send me a direct message on this forum or send an email to tronhammernz@gmail.com
  5. Event Title: Battlehost @ ValleyCon 2017 Event Author: Primez Calendar: Events New Zealand Event Date: 01/28/2017 08:30 AM to 01/29/2017 04:00 PM TOURNAMENT INFORMATION Welcome In conjunction with Hutt Miniature Wargames Club, I’m happy to announce Battlehost @ ValleyCon 2017 a 2,000-point tournament with a focus around strategic gameplay, operation 5 games over two days. · Date/Time: 8.30 am – 5.30 pm, Saturday January 28, 2017. 8.45 am – 4.30pm Sunday January 29, 2017. · Venue: Expressions, The Upper Hutt Civic Hall - http://www.expressions.org.nz/ · Entry fee: $35 for both days. · Organiser: Shaun Bates – aoswellington@gmail.com – 021 810 170 · Due Dates: Registration due ASAP to confirm place. Lists due Friday 20 January 2017 REGISTRATION DETAILS To register, please visit https://huttclub.wordpress.com/events/valleycon-2017/ and complete the online registration. We currently only have 20 spots but do have the opportunity to expand if there is the demand and space. There is a registration fee of $35. EVENT OUTLINE Age of Sigmar: Battlehost · Rounds: 5 total – 3 on Saturday, 2 on Sunday · Game Size: Battlehost 2,000 points · Table Size: 6 ft x 4 ft · Battlefield Roles: Leaders (1-6) – Battleline (3+) – Artillery (0-4) Behemoths (0-4) · Rules: All pitched battle rules from the General’s Handbook · Battleplans: Battleplans will be rolled before the start of each round. There will be no double up battleplans. We will be playing every battleplan excluding Escalation. · Prizes: First overall, Second overall. Third overall, Best sports, Best painted. ROUNDS & SCENARIOS 2 ½ hour rounds which will be enforced. The game must end on an even number of turns. We have a strict schedule to run so please be mindful of the time. Battleplans will be rolled before the start of each round. We will be playing every battleplan excluding Escalation. Grudges for round 1 are welcome and will only be enforced if BOTH parties agree. Day 1 – Saturday · Registration/Doors open: 8.00 am · Round 1: 8.30 am – 11.15 am · Lunch: 11.15 am – 12.00 pm · Round 2: 12.00 pm – 2.45 pm · Round 3: 3.00 pm – 5.45 pm Day 2 – Sunday · Doors open 8.00am · Round 4: 8.30 am – 11.15 am · Lunch: 11.15 am – 12.15 pm · Round 5: 12.15 pm – 3 pm · Prize giving: 4pm ARMY LISTS · Due Friday 20 January 2017. There will be a bonus 3 tournament points (counts to your overall scoring) for every player who hands their list in on time · Any warscroll which has official points from Games Workshop can be used, including forgeworld. Players must select all warscrolls from the same grand alliance. · All unit options must be listed on your army list (as they appear on your models), If you have any proxy questions please email aoswellington@gmail.com · If you are using Reinforcement Points, you must list all potential reinforcement units on your army list, under the heading ‘REINFORCEMENTS’ · All models listed as ‘RINFORCEMENTS’ on your army list must be taken to the event. · Send your army list to aoswellington@gmail.com · You can make changes to your list that you have submitted up until Friday 20 January 2017. · You do not need to list your General, Command Traits or Artefacts as these are chosen immediately after you set up your last unit in the ‘Set Up” phase. You can take multiples of the same artefact. PAINTING STANDARD/PROXY Painting is always encouraged, but there will be no painting standard enforced. If you wish to proxy a unit, please email aoswellington@gmail.com with details and or pictures. TOURNAMENT SCORING The tournament will be decided based on the following scoring. Please note these are subject to change and will be confirmed at the event. · Major Victory = 5 points · Minor Victory = 3 points · Draw = 2 points · Minor loss = 1 points · Major loss = 0 Tie-breakers are: · Major Victories. · Kill points – The points of warscrolls destroyed during the event. · Sports votes. WHAT TO BRING · Copy of this player’s pack · AOS rules sheet, Warscrolls, and/or personal device with the Age of Sigmar app · Copy of allegiance FAQ · 5 copies of your list for your opponents · Pen/pencil · Models, Dice, Rangefinder, Tokens · 5 pieces of terrain if you have them · Objective Markers (2-4) NATIONAL RANKINGS Results for Battlehost will contribute towards the national rankings scoring system for New Zealand. http://www.warhammernz.com/ HOUSE RULES 1. Measure from base to base. Square bases allowed. 2. When measuring distance vertically, you will use a volume from base foot print as high as the models head (or torso) whichever is the highest point (please note this excludes limbs, wings, weapons banners and weapons even if they have a head on a spear…) Please see picture below. 3. If there are multiple versions of a warscroll available, you must use the most recent, unless your opponent agrees otherwise. 4. A natural roll of a 6 to hit and to wound will always succeed. 5. Models which cannot be attacked or targeted are unable to score or contest objectives (Carrion/Changeling ect) 6. The “Battle begins” section of the rules will not be used. Battlehost @ ValleyCon 2017
  6. Primez

    Battlehost @ ValleyCon 2017

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    TOURNAMENT INFORMATION Welcome In conjunction with Hutt Miniature Wargames Club, I’m happy to announce Battlehost @ ValleyCon 2017 a 2,000-point tournament with a focus around strategic gameplay, operation 5 games over two days. · Date/Time: 8.30 am – 5.30 pm, Saturday January 28, 2017. 8.45 am – 4.30pm Sunday January 29, 2017. · Venue: Expressions, The Upper Hutt Civic Hall - http://www.expressions.org.nz/ · Entry fee: $35 for both days. · Organiser: Shaun Bates – aoswellington@gmail.com – 021 810 170 · Due Dates: Registration due ASAP to confirm place. Lists due Friday 20 January 2017 REGISTRATION DETAILS To register, please visit https://huttclub.wordpress.com/events/valleycon-2017/ and complete the online registration. We currently only have 20 spots but do have the opportunity to expand if there is the demand and space. There is a registration fee of $35. EVENT OUTLINE Age of Sigmar: Battlehost · Rounds: 5 total – 3 on Saturday, 2 on Sunday · Game Size: Battlehost 2,000 points · Table Size: 6 ft x 4 ft · Battlefield Roles: Leaders (1-6) – Battleline (3+) – Artillery (0-4) Behemoths (0-4) · Rules: All pitched battle rules from the General’s Handbook · Battleplans: Battleplans will be rolled before the start of each round. There will be no double up battleplans. We will be playing every battleplan excluding Escalation. · Prizes: First overall, Second overall. Third overall, Best sports, Best painted. ROUNDS & SCENARIOS 2 ½ hour rounds which will be enforced. The game must end on an even number of turns. We have a strict schedule to run so please be mindful of the time. Battleplans will be rolled before the start of each round. We will be playing every battleplan excluding Escalation. Grudges for round 1 are welcome and will only be enforced if BOTH parties agree. Day 1 – Saturday · Registration/Doors open: 8.30 am – 8.45 am · Round 1: 8.45 am – 11.15 am · Lunch: 11.15 am – 11.45 am · Round 2: 11.45 am – 2.15 pm · Round 3: 2.30 pm – 5 pm Day 2 – Sunday · Doors open 8.30am · Round 4: 9.00 am – 11.30 am · Lunch: 11.30am – 12.30 pm · Round 5: 12.30 pm – 3 pm · Prize giving: 4pm ARMY LISTS · Due Friday 20 January 2017. There will be a bonus 3 tournament points (counts to your overall scoring) for every player who hands their list in on time · Any warscroll which has official points from Games Workshop can be used, including forgeworld. Players must select all warscrolls from the same grand alliance. · All unit options must be listed on your army list (as they appear on your models), If you have any proxy questions please email aoswellington@gmail.com · If you are using Reinforcement Points, you must list all potential reinforcement units on your army list, under the heading ‘REINFORCEMENTS’ · All models listed as ‘RINFORCEMENTS’ on your army list must be taken to the event. · Send your army list to aoswellington@gmail.com · You can make changes to your list that you have submitted up until Friday 20 January 2017. · You do not need to list your General, Command Traits or Artefacts as these are chosen immediately after you set up your last unit in the ‘Set Up” phase. You can take multiples of the same artefact. PAINTING STANDARD/PROXY Painting is always encouraged, but there will be no painting standard enforced. If you wish to proxy a unit, please email aoswellington@gmail.com with details and or pictures. TOURNAMENT SCORING The tournament will be decided based on the following scoring. Please note these are subject to change and will be confirmed at the event. · Major Victory = 5 points · Minor Victory = 3 points · Draw = 2 points · Minor loss = 1 points · Major loss = 0 Tie-breakers are: · Major Victories. · Kill points – The points of warscrolls destroyed during the event. · Sports votes. WHAT TO BRING · Copy of this player’s pack · AOS rules sheet, Warscrolls, and/or personal device with the Age of Sigmar app · Copy of allegiance FAQ · 5 copies of your list for your opponents · Pen/pencil · Models, Dice, Rangefinder, Tokens · 5 pieces of terrain if you have them · Objective Markers (2-4) NATIONAL RANKINGS Results for Battlehost will contribute towards the national rankings scoring system for New Zealand. http://www.warhammernz.com/ HOUSE RULES 1. Measure from base to base. Square bases allowed. 2. When measuring distance vertically, you will use a volume from base foot print as high as the models head (or torso) whichever is the highest point (please note this excludes limbs, wings, weapons banners and weapons even if they have a head on a spear…) Please see picture below. 3. If there are multiple versions of a warscroll available, you must use the most recent, unless your opponent agrees otherwise. 4. A natural roll of a 6 to hit and to wound will always succeed. 5. Models which cannot be attacked or targeted are unable to score or contest objectives (Carrion/Changeling ect) 6. The “Battle begins” section of the rules will not be used.
  7. Tronhammer NZ

    Over the Top 2017 - Age of Sigmar

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    Welcome to Over The Top! This will be a two day event held over the weekend of the 11th-12th February 2017 in Hamilton. Players may register for either day, or both days. Final details to be confirmed. Player Pack OTT 2017 AOS.pdf Details Date Saturday February 11th 2017 and Sunday February 12th 2017 Game Size Battlehost (2,000 points) 6 ft x 4 ft table Battlefield Roles None! This is a points-only event. You can freely take your army from among any Grand Alliance and in any composition. Rules All Pitched Battle rules from the General’s Handbook House Rules Measure from model-to-model. POINTS ONLY. Battlefield role restrictions do not apply. Max unit sizes do apply. If there are multiple versions of a warscroll available, you must use the most recent, unless your opponent agrees otherwise. There will be a custom Time of War for the event. Unique heroes are still unique. NOTE - Painted models will be essential. You can bring whatever you want, so there are no excuses! Battleplans Five of the six Pitched Battle battleplans, randomly selected before each round Prizes Warrior King - Most Victory Points Arch Panoplist - Voted Best Presented Army Champion of the Realms - Favourite Champion model of the judges Rankings OTT results will contribute towards the national rankings scoring system for New Zealand. More details to come, we are just waiting for indication on how Matched Play will work in the General's Handbook. Contact Details and Questions You can send me a direct message on this forum or send an email to tronhammernz@gmail.com
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    Battle For Skull Keep

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    Welcome to the Battle for Skull Keep! This will be a one-day events held on the 29th October 2016 in Auckland. This is an event ideal for new players or those wanting to give the game a try, as well as for 'old hands' to get their models out and have a great day gaming. Skull Keep AOS Players Pack_v1.pdf Tickets Entry: $15 ACG Club Discount: $10 Vanguard Event Outline Date Sunday October 29th 2016 Game Size Vanguard (1,000 points) 4 ft x 4 ft table Battlefield Roles Leaders (1-4) - Battleline (2+) - Artillery (0-2) - Behemoths (0-2) - Other Units (Any) Rules All Pitched Battle rules from the General’s Handbook House Rules Measure from base-to-base unless your opponent agrees otherwise. Square bases allowed. If there are multiple versions of a warscroll available, you must use the most recent, unless your opponent agrees otherwise. Schedule Doors Open: 9:00 am Round 1: 9:15 am to 11:00 am (Take and Hold) Round 2: 11:15 am to 1:00 pm (Blood and Glory) Round 3: 1:30 pm to 3:15 pm (Three Places of Power) Round 4: 3:30 pm to 5:15 pm (Gifts from the Heavens) Prizegiving: 5:30 pm Doors Close: 6:00 pm Prizes Up for grabs as a Spot Prize is the massive Chaos Dreadhold: Skull Keep box. This can be used in all fantasy/sci-fi games systems, so it is well worth participating for the day to be in to win. Bring your friends along for more chances of scoring this kit for your gaming group! There will be other spot prizes available on the day as well. Podium, paint and sportsmanship prizes will be available based on the numbers attending. Rankings Results will contribute towards the national rankings scoring system for New Zealand. Contact Details and Questions You can send me a direct message on this forum or send an email to tronhammernz@gmail.com
  9. Event Title: Battle For Skull Keep Event Author: Tronhammer NZ Calendar: Events New Zealand Event Date: 10/29/2016 09:00 AM to 10/29/2016 06:00 PM Welcome to the Battle for Skull Keep! This will be a one-day events held on the 29th October 2016 in Auckland. This is an event ideal for new players or those wanting to give the game a try, as well as for 'old hands' to get their models out and have a great day gaming. Skull Keep AOS Players Pack_v1.pdf Tickets Entry: $15 ACG Club Discount: $10 Vanguard Event Outline Date Sunday October 29th 2016 Game Size Vanguard (1,000 points) 4 ft x 4 ft table Battlefield Roles Leaders (1-4) - Battleline (2+) - Artillery (0-2) - Behemoths (0-2) - Other Units (Any) Rules All Pitched Battle rules from the General’s Handbook House Rules Measure from base-to-base unless your opponent agrees otherwise. Square bases allowed. If there are multiple versions of a warscroll available, you must use the most recent, unless your opponent agrees otherwise. Schedule Doors Open: 9:00 am Round 1: 9:15 am to 11:00 am (Take and Hold) Round 2: 11:15 am to 1:00 pm (Blood and Glory) Round 3: 1:30 pm to 3:15 pm (Three Places of Power) Round 4: 3:30 pm to 5:15 pm (Gifts from the Heavens) Prizegiving: 5:30 pm Doors Close: 6:00 pm Prizes Up for grabs as a Spot Prize is the massive Chaos Dreadhold: Skull Keep box. This can be used in all fantasy/sci-fi games systems, so it is well worth participating for the day to be in to win. Bring your friends along for more chances of scoring this kit for your gaming group! There will be other spot prizes available on the day as well. Podium, paint and sportsmanship prizes will be available based on the numbers attending. Rankings Results will contribute towards the national rankings scoring system for New Zealand. Contact Details and Questions You can send me a direct message on this forum or send an email to tronhammernz@gmail.com Battle For Skull Keep
  10. Event Title: Wellington Warhost Event Author: Primez Calendar: Events New Zealand Event Date: 12/11/2016 10:00 AM to 13/11/2016 4:00 pm Welcome to Wellington Warhost!Come be a part of history and join in the first official Warhammer Age of Sigmar event in New Zealand! What to expect. Banter, gaming, laughter, tears, cheesy gaming tactics and meeting some awesome new people! Space is limited to the first paid and, registered 20 players so make sure you get in quick! We will start a waiting list if there is enough interest. This 4 round two day 2,500 points tournament will be the biggest AOS tournament held in New Zealand! We will use the Pitched Battle rules from the General's Handbook. All results will be counted towards the national rankings scoring system for New Zealand, which is planned to take into account each game you play at a tournament. This event will be held at the Te Aro Valley Community centre. We have the hall till midnight on Saturday so there will be time for post gaming shenanigans!!! Including but not limited to drinking, silver tower, pizza, more banter and more gaming (not specifically AOS). There are lots of places to eat or get food nearby and with the added bonuses of Garage Project brewery next door! Palyer's Pack https://www.dropbox.com/s/qzq6pmeoow1rtrb/Warhost 2016 AOS Players Pack_v1.pdf?dl=0 Registration form is now up! https://www.dropbox.com/s/4uxq9xg5tico3yh/Registration-Form_WARHOST.pdf?dl=0 facebook page https://www.facebook.com/events/151752311928398/?notif_t=plan_user_joined&notif_id=1471299063953727 Entrants List: Aiden Nicol Alex Cox Bo Paterson Craig Tunnell Finn Decker Gordon O'Connor Hayden Holmes James McPherson James Page Kenny Tasi Matthew Britton Nicholas Jesbson Ron Golds Shaun Bates Shaun Tubman Timothy Lind Lots of accommodation options in the inner city. Also be sure to check Book a bach or Holiday homes as you can find some great deals! https://www.bookabach.co.nz/baches-and-holiday-homes/search/locale/wellington-cbd https://www.holidayhouses.co.nz/Wellington-Central-City.asp https://www.google.co.nz/maps/place/Aro+Valley+Community+Centre/@-41.2958521,174.7658039,16.25z/data=!4m8!1m2!2m1!1scommunity+center+near+Te+Aro,+Wellington!3m4!1s0x0:0x2e757e4177758e4e!8m2!3d-41.2951102!4d174.7687617
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    Wellington Warhost

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    Welcome to Wellington Warhost!Come be a part of history and join in the first official Warhammer Age of Sigmar event in New Zealand! What to expect. Banter, gaming, laughter, tears, cheesy gaming tactics and meeting some awesome new people! Space is limited to 24 players so make sure you get in quick! This 4 round two day 2,500 points tournament will be the biggest AOS tournament held in New Zealand! We will use the Pitched Battle rules from the General's Handbook. All results will be counted towards the national rankings scoring system for New Zealand, which is planned to take into account each game you play at a tournament. This event will be held at the Te Aro Valley Community centre. We have the hall till midnight on Saturday so there will be time for post gaming shenanigans!!! Including but not limited to drinking, silver tower, pizza, more banter and more gaming (not specifically AOS). There are lots of places to eat or get food nearby and with the added bonuses of Garage Project brewery next door! Registration will open once the players pack is released. PM me to register or check out the facebook page https://www.facebook.com/events/151752311928398/?notif_t=plan_user_joined&notif_id=1471299063953727 Entrants List: Aiden Nicol Bo Paterson James Page Jonathan Ensor Matthew Britton Nicholas Jesbson Shaun Bates Timothy Lind Lots of accommodation options in the inner city. Also be sure to check Book a bach or Holiday homes as you can find some great deals! https://www.bookabach.co.nz/baches-and-holiday-homes/search/locale/wellington-cbd https://www.holidayhouses.co.nz/Wellington-Central-City.asp https://www.google.co.nz/maps/place/Aro+Valley+Community+Centre/@-41.2958521,174.7658039,16.25z/data=!4m8!1m2!2m1!1scommunity+center+near+Te+Aro,+Wellington!3m4!1s0x0:0x2e757e4177758e4e!8m2!3d-41.2951102!4d174.7687617
  12. A review of the results and general awesomeness of the Warhammer: Age of Sigmar event at the Wellington Warlord's Call To Arms convention. We had 11 entrants and one ringer player, making it one of the biggest events at Call To Arms. Unfortunately my tournament software failed me on the day, after using it successfully at several previous events. Luckily I had a backup spreadsheet handy, which worked very well. I tend to play at events as well as organise, so luckily this method wasn't too time-intensive. I'm going to look at the results first, then at how some of the lists performed. I will then go over my thoughts on the battleplans we played. Once I have a bit more time this week I will post a full battle report of my final game against Tomb Kings, which decided the tournament. Results Congratulations everyone! Campbell's army was particularly impressive: Army Performance Player army lists can be viewed in a previous post. Tomb Kings This was the winning list. The Necropolis Knights buffed by Settra and the Necrotect was the undoing of most armies, as they flew around the table doing crazy damage. Highly mobile, and highly durable with the unit banner. The Terrorgheists cry combined with the Bravery debuff from the catapults had more modest success, but were responsible for taking down a Treelord Ancient. Jim played the Freeguild, Sylvaneth, and Nagash lists, and had the most problem against the Undead. All up, the mobility served the army well with the objectives, and the 'deathstar' Necro Knights did the damage. Tomb Kings are very much a power army in Age of Sigmar. Freeguild Multiple Celestial Hurricana are a great combination, and Shaun's list had a lot of success. Only by missing out on a major objective did he come second - his kill points were not matched at Call To Arms. It's great to see the human troops do well, and suspect great things are in store for the faction going forward. Shaun says the mortal wound output was a key part of his success, and that the General on Griffon performed well with the extra attack and damage. His opponents tended to focus on his chaff units, allowing him to move on to table his opponent in most games. The game where he didn't push for the tabling cost him the event! Beastclaw Raiders This faction was only released on the day of the event, but thanks to the current release policies, the rules were available over a week beforehand. With only nine models, I was a little bit sceptical that the army could perform in battleplans that require quantity of models to capture objectives. In practice however, they did really well. Allegiance abilities allow the army to get across the table very quickly and hit hard, and so were able to neutralise opponents pretty well. I played this list in game two, and only Nagash was able to pull the game back. He would have won it easy had I not had the big guy. Moonclan Grots There were two armies that took Moonclan, and both had a mix of infantry and large creatures. The gribblies can be scary; I came up against the Troll Hag and Colossal Squig, which had some great abilities. The problem arose with Bravery and Battleshock. Once the infantry take a few models off, they crumble very quickly. The fanatics had some great rules, and it was great to see Skarsnik hit the table! Aelf Bows and Arrows I was curious to see how this list performed, because it was almost 100% ranged attacks. With units that can shoot while in combat, it had the potential to be very powerful. It did do quite well, winning two of the three games with Major Victories. Bo never got the chance to play against the top three, so to some extent never got to fully test it. However, he went down against the Sylvaneth army, who were able to get across the table quickly. Once in combat their effectiveness was neutralised. I would like to see this matched against Tomb Kings. I think it would have done well against my army. Sylvaneth This faction is going to be one to watch. Being able to teleport across the board thanks to the Wyldwoods makes them a great alpha strike army, which is going to define the meta-game somewhat. Jim says if it wasn't for the fact that he spread his army a bit too thinly, and failed to focus on the priority targets in his army, Brendan would have won that game. The Nagash List It was great to be able to get my army down in two deployment drops, meaning I always got the choice of first turn. I probably made the wrong choice once or twice however. It was crucial on one of the games. The Legion of Death troops make excellent objective holders, with a ward save from the allegiance abilities and regenerating models. They are slow, but the battalion rule does help with that. The Wight Lord was very tanky. I found the Ring of Immortality useful - if he died I was able to resurrect him on an objective. But the true hero was Nagash. Simply put, he swings the game. He only came close to death once against the Beastclaw Raiders, but otherwise he serenely drifted around turning things into dust. He worked very well with a solid infantry core. The Grave Guard all got taken out before they could do anything. Battleplan Review Border War I played against Alistair's Moonclan. Taking the first turn allowed me to take the central objectives and score 5 VPs in turn one, which put Alistair on the back foot. He was able to retake them for a while in the middle of the game, but in the final two turns I was able to table him and take the back objective. I think getting that first turn and being able to capture the middle objectives early is a huge advantage, but you have to be able to weather the counter attack. Gifts From The Heavens Such a good scenario, one that I almost messed up. On each player's second turn an objective will drop in a random part of the battlefield. My opponent for this was the Beastclaw Raiders, who just focused on smashing me. My troops were quite slow, and I deployed them too far forward, so I got charged in turn one. However, without quick troops it's difficult to react to the objective drops. Requires a diverse list to cope with. Even tabling the opponent is no guarantee of victory if you can't get near the objective. Remember that you score more later in the game too. Blood and Glory This was my favourite. You can move off the objective and still control it, until your enemy comes and claims it. We slightly misinterpreted exactly when you can 'flip' it. We played it that you can only claim it at the end of your own turn, but the rules do say you can also do so at the end of your opponent's turn. We were consistent so it didn't effect the outcome. The most significant thing about this battleplan is that you can only score a major victory if you control all four objectives, which can be quite tough. My army for example is not very mobile, so I could only ever hope for a minor victory against an agile army like Jim's. Feedback I've had some fantastic feedback following the event, with gamers really pumped for more. Jim and I will have a rankings page up soon, so hopefully we can form a solid tournament scene out of the success of events like this. I can only see the game going from strength to strength. The General's Handbook rules get a big thumbs up from us! There are players who really want to play at 2,500 point level, while some are happy with the smaller point events. I hope to be able to test all sizes and formats this year to see how we go, so it's great to be able to test the waters. A massive thanks to Matthew, Luke and especially Nathan for supplying some of the most amazing GW store terrain they've put together over the years. Nathan brought his Legion of Azgorh as the ringer player, won two of his games, and most importantly gave people really fun games. Photos Here are some of my favourite photos. You can view a full album on my Facebook blog here.
  13. The Wellington Warlord's annual gaming event Call To Arms is this weekend, and they were kind enough to let us run Warhammer as one of the events on offer. We ended up with 11 entrants (plus one ringer player), and it has been great to meet with all the new players (over the internet so far, but in person this weekend) and share in their enthusiasm in the build-up to this event. For some it will be their first tournament, and for others it will be their first games of Warhammer: Age of Sigmar. However, there are a few seasoned campaigners among us. This will be the first event in New Zealand to use the General's Handbook matched play guidelines. CTA 2016 AOS Players Pack_v3.pdf See the TGA event page here. I have been working to finish the last of my Deathrattle Legion of Death, who will be overseen by the Supreme Lord of the Undead Himself: The first round draw has been made, so I will list those here along with the army lists, and talk a little bit about each. Table 1 VS Campbell's list has a mix of old and new, mixing Freeguild (along with some familiar faces from the World-That-Was) with some Stormcast Battleline units. I think it will rely on the General and Steam Tank to get the job done, while the Greatswords and Stormcast will be the objective holders. Gelt and Huss are not strong choices here, but I will be interested to see how they do perform over the weekend. James has a pretty hard list. He took Tomb Kings with great success at NICON, and has opted on two main combos at CTA; one that boosts the effectiveness of the Necropolis Knights, making them fast and very killy, and one that debuffs bravery via the Screaming Skull Catapults in order to make the Terrorgheist attacks more effective. The chariots have great regeneration, so he also has some objective holders. It's going to be a tough one to go against. The only weakness that I can see comes if we can somehow get Jimmy to kneel down during his games... Table 2 VS Nathan Smith Nathan is the ringer player, so we don't have his list. He is very kindly supplying a TON of awesome terrain, which we are all excited to play on. Thanks Nath! Nick's army focuses around a core of Scourge Privateers. The Warscroll Battalion will allow him some extra flexibility with bonus movement. Nick will be well served by a solid infantry list if he keeps his eye on the scenario objectives, but it remains to be seen how he will cope with larger monsters. The lone Grimwrath Berzerker (a prisoner, we assume) is a good dark horse choice, as they always do more damage and stay around longer than you might think. Table 3 VS A good old-fashioned Ogor-Off. Matthew is able to take the brand new Beastclaw Raiders allegiance, giving him the smallest army in the field at nine models. This army will be all about charging in and dealing mortal wounds up front. He may struggle with objectives, but that doesn't matter because this is one of those good old balls-to-the-wall table-or-be-tabled lists, and is going to be good fun to go up against. His opponent Fraser has a more traditional Gutbuster list, with a core of infantry along with some shooting from the Ironblaster. A solid, all-rounder that should do well if he focuses on objectives. Table 4 VS I'm kind of scared of Alistair's list. The Moonclan are popular with players in AOS, and this guy has all the Forge World toys - Troll Hag, Colossal Squig, and even old Skarsnik! There is so much potential damage output here, I am going to have to rely on Nagash pulling his weight from a distance if possible, as I don't trust Alistair to not take him out in one turn. A solid battleline with the insane (damage-wise as well as mental health-wise) Fanatics to think my ranks. Whatever happens, it will be a blast. With my list, I took the Legion of Death Warscroll Battalion and Nagash, giving me just two deployment drops, so I should be able to have the choice of the turn order in all my games. I should be able to weather most of what people throw at my battleline, which are no slouches in the damage department either (the Grave Guard are seriously dangerous), but Nagash himself can take out half an army if he needs to. I am somewhat conservative with him though, as I have lost him in one turn before, but if I can keep him alive and score the objectives, his point cost alone should allow me to win any tie-breaks. Table 5 VS Bo's list is going to be a good test to the notion that shooting-based armies are OP in Warhammer: Age of Sigmar. The Ellyrian Reavers being battleline units is quite beneficial, as they have excellent manoeuvrability, and can pump out shooting attacks as well. Great for getting to and sittin on objectives. Three bolt throwers... my goodness. Again, nothing stopping Bo from dropping these on objectives. Swordmasters are going to do some damage in combat, but success against this list will be determined by other armies ability to get across the board and wipe units out. Easier for some than others! Brendan is taking the brand new Sylvaneth units, and I'm keen to see how they perform. The Warscroll Battalions add a bit more survivability to the Treelords, and allow some of the Dryads to recycle back onto the table, which will be great for objectives. Hopefully Brendan also has a heap of Sylvaneth Wyldwoods to cover the table with, as these will help create tactical advantages such as dangerous ground for his opponent, and unit teleportation for himself. A good chance at doing well against tough lists due to this flexibility. Table 6 VS Luke is sporting another Moonclan list, and this one is focused on covering the table in grots. The larges model count by far at 145 models, it also has some fantastic damage dealers in the Mangler Squigs and the Fanatics. Hopefully the weight of numbers will be enough to survive on the objectives. Shaun has a Freeguild list that I really like. No less than three wizard-wagons, and two more wizards on foot, supported by infantry for objectives. That could equate to some serious magical damage output. The wizards on foot allow Shaun to choose a different spell lore for each at the start of each game, giving him some flexibility against his opponents. As you can see there are some really interesting list out and about at Call To Arms, and I'm really looking forward to the aftermath. The entrants at this event will also be the first to be able to enter the national scoreboard, and more details will be forthcoming after the event. It is still not too late to enter the event as a last-minute entry, so please get in touch if you would like to participate. If not, and you are in the area, please come in and say hello!
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    Tronhammer: AOS Ladder 2016

    This is a ladder campaign for local gamers or anyone taking part in games around Hamilton. Our regular gaming days are Monday Nights at the Hamilton Immortals Club, and the third Saturday of the month at Gaming DNA. SUBMIT RESULTS HERE What Counts? Any game type. Any game size. Any Battleplan. Any army list. Can be a game that is part of a separate event or tournament. Both you and your opponent must agree that the game counts towards the ladder. Joining the Ladder The first player to join the ladder is ranked 'one', the second player to join is ranked 'two' and so on. As new players join the ladder, their name is added to the end of the list and they take the next number. Playing a Game To play a ladder game, all you need to do is find a willing opponent from the ladder and arrange to fight a battle! Climbing the Ladder If the winner of a battle is lower of the two players on the ladder, they swap places with their opponent. If the winner is higher up the ladder than their opponent, they swap places with the player that is directly above them on the ladder. In the case of a tie, the players remain in their current positions. Anyone who doesn't play a game for a month drops to the bottom of the ladder, falling below any players who have played games in the last month. End Game The ladder will continue throughout 2016. During November there will be knockout playoffs for the top four players in the ladder. Details will be announced closer to the time. How Can I Arrange A Game? Hamilton Immortals Club Night - Every Monday night except the last Monday of the month. Gaming DNA - Every third Saturday of the month. Age of Sigmar New Zealand community - Make a post on the group page The Grand Alliance Forums - Make a post in the NZ forum section
  15. Hi Team, I'm looking to build a list of venues where we can hold 1 or 2 day events/tournaments in the greater Wellington region. My hope is that when people want to run a tournament or gaming event they can easily find one. I'm new on the scene and most people just say try a community hall or a school but never specify ones that have been used in the past. What i want to know is, do any of you have a relationships with a venue? Are you a teacher at a school? Do you belong to a church? Are you apart of a community group that has a hall for hire? Do you have a gaming group/club that meet somewhere that could host 20 or so players? Have you previously run events and found a good venue that you would recommend? I'm currently looking for a venue for a possible event happening late October or early November. Not sure if this will go ahead as it's rather last minute with most of the venues i have contacted already been booked. I'm also looking into if we can find a venue for a 2 day tournament in April next year.
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    GuardCon 2016

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    Welcome to GuardCon! This will be two single-day events held over the weekend of the 24th-25th September 2016 in Auckland. Players may register for either day, or both days. GuardCon 2016 AOS Players Pack_v1.pdf Tickets Limited spots available, so get in touch ASAP. Single Day: $25 Both Days: $45 Early Bird Discount (by August 12th): $5 ACG Club Discount (By September 9th): $5 Day 1 - Battlehost Event Outline Date Saturday September 24th 2016 Game Size Battlehost (2,000 points) 6 ft x 4 ft table Battlefield Roles Leaders (1-6) - Battleline (3+) - Artillery (0-4) - Behemoths (0-4) - Other Units (Any) Rules All Pitched Battle rules from the General’s Handbook House Rules Measure from base-to-base unless your opponent agrees otherwise. Square bases allowed. If there are multiple versions of a warscroll available, you must use the most recent, unless your opponent agrees otherwise. Battleplans Three of the six Pitched Battle battleplans, randomly selected before each round Prizes Warrior King - Most Victory Points Arch Panoplist - Voted Best Presented Army Lord Manipulator - Voted Most Sporting Player Day 2 - Vanguard Event Outline Date Sunday September 25th 2016 Game Size Vanguard (1,000 points) 4 ft x 4 ft table Battlefield Roles Leaders (1-4) - Battleline (2+) - Artillery (0-2) - Behemoths (0-2) - Other Units (Any) Rules All Pitched Battle rules from the General’s Handbook House Rules Measure from base-to-base unless your opponent agrees otherwise. Square bases allowed. If there are multiple versions of a warscroll available, you must use the most recent, unless your opponent agrees otherwise. Battleplans Three of the six Pitched Battle battleplans, randomly selected before each round. Battleplans will be scaled to the smaller game size as briefed prior to each game. Prizes Warrior King - Most Victory Points Arch Panoplist - Voted Best Presented Army Lord Manipulator - Voted Most Sporting Player Rankings GuardCon results will contribute towards the national rankings scoring system for New Zealand. More details to come, we are just waiting for indication on how Matched Play will work in the General's Handbook. Contact Details and Questions You can send me a direct message on this forum or send an email to tronhammernz@gmail.com
  17. Event Title: NICON 2017 - Age of Sigmar Event Author: Tronhammer NZ Calendar: Events New Zealand Event Date: 06/03/2017 12:00 AM to 06/04/2017 12:00 AM Welcome to NICON! This will be a two-day held over the weekend of the 3rd-4th June 2017 in Auckland. Players may register for either day, or both days, if they cannot commit to the full weekend. Registration Form Player's Pack Details Game Size Warhost (2,500 points) 6 ft x 4 ft table Battlefield Roles Leaders (1-8) - Battleline (4+) - Artillery (0-5) - Behemoths (0-5) - Other Units (Any) Rules All Pitched Battle rules from the General’s Handbook House Rules Measure from base-to-base unless your opponent agrees otherwise. Square bases allowed. If there are multiple versions of a warscroll available, you must use the most recent, unless your opponent agrees otherwise. Duplicate Allegiance Artefacts are allowed. Battleplans Five of the six Pitched Battle battleplans, randomly selected before each round Prizes Warrior King - Most Victory Points Arch Panoplist - Voted Best Presented Army Lord Manipulator - Voted Favourite Opponent Rankings NICON results will contribute towards the national rankings scoring system for New Zealand. More details to come, we are just waiting for indication on how Matched Play will work in the General's Handbook. Contact Details and Questions You can send me a direct message on this forum or send an email to tronhammernz@gmail.com NICON 2017 - Age of Sigmar
  18. Event Title: Over the Top 2017 - Age of Sigmar Event Author: Tronhammer NZ Calendar: Events New Zealand Event Date: 02/11/2017 12:00 AM to 02/12/2017 12:00 AM Welcome to Over The Top! This will be a two day event held over the weekend of the 11th-12th February 2017 in Hamilton. Players may register for either day, or both days. Final details to be confirmed. Player Pack OTT 2017 AOS.pdf Details Date Saturday February 11th 2017 and Sunday February 12th 2017 Game Size Battlehost (2,000 points) 6 ft x 4 ft table Battlefield Roles None! This is a points-only event. You can freely take your army from among any Grand Alliance and in any composition. Rules All Pitched Battle rules from the General’s Handbook House Rules Measure from model-to-model. POINTS ONLY. Battlefield role restrictions do not apply. Max unit sizes do apply. If there are multiple versions of a warscroll available, you must use the most recent, unless your opponent agrees otherwise. There will be a custom Time of War for the event. Unique heroes are still unique. NOTE - Painted models will be essential. You can bring whatever you want, so there are no excuses! Battleplans Five of the six Pitched Battle battleplans, randomly selected before each round Prizes Warrior King - Most Victory Points Arch Panoplist - Voted Best Presented Army Champion of the Realms - Favourite Champion model of the judges Rankings OTT results will contribute towards the national rankings scoring system for New Zealand. More details to come, we are just waiting for indication on how Matched Play will work in the General's Handbook. Contact Details and Questions You can send me a direct message on this forum or send an email to tronhammernz@gmail.com Over the Top 2017 - Age of Sigmar
  19. Tronhammer NZ

    Call to Arms 2016 - Age of Sigmar

    Welcome to Call to Arms This will be a single-day, three-game event run at the Wellington Warlord's annual Call to Arms event. The event will be held on 6th August 2016 at St Patrick’s College School Hall, 581 Evans Bay Parade, Kilbirnie, Wellington CTA 2016 AOS Players Pack_v3.pdf Tickets Limited spots available, so get in quick! Entry is $25 for the day. To register, email calltoarms@warlords.org.nz or visit the link below: REGISTER HERE Event Outline Game Size Battlehost (2,000 points) Battlefield Roles Leaders (1-6) - Battleline (3+) - Artillery (0-4) - Behemoths (0-4) - Other Units (Any) Rules All Pitched Battle rules from the General’s Handbook House Rules Measure from base-to-base unless agreed with your opponent. Square bases allowed. If there are multiple versions of a warscroll available, you must use the most recent, unless your opponent agrees otherwise. Battleplans Three of the six Pitched Battle battleplans, randomly selected before each round Prizes Warrior King - Most Victory Points Arch Panoplist - Voted Best Presented Army Lord Manipulator - Voted Most Sporting Player Rankings All results will be counted towards the Season of War Global Campaign. In addition, Call to Arms will see the launch of a national rankings scoring system for New Zealand, which is planned to take into account each game you play at a tournament. More details to come, we are just waiting for indication on how Matched Play will work in the General's Handbook. Make a weekend of it? If you are travelling form out of town, there are a number of options for accommodation in Wellington that are reasonably priced. A number of Backpackers are located in central Wellington for about $25-$30 a night. There are also cheap hotels, though it’s recommended that these are booked well in advance, as price fluctuates. Sites such as www.wotif.co.nz, www. trivago.co.nz and www.nz.hotels.com are good places to compare prices and find somewhere to stay. You might like to check out the current WW1 exhibitions at Te Papa and the Dominion War Museum while you are there. Contact Details and Questions You can send me a direct message on this forum or send an email to tronhammernz@gmail.com
  20. Tronhammer NZ

    Season of War - Hamilton

    Make your mark on the Mortal Realms! Join us as we celebrate the start of the first Warhammer: Age of Sigmar Global Campaign. Bring an army and choose your alliance. We will play two rounds using battleplans from the campaign. Come play for the first game (11:00 am), second game (2:30 pm) or both. Scores will count towards a local league as well as the Global Campaign, with prizes up for grabs. You can also check out the General's Handbook, which includes official points values for all your units. Demo games available! Next hosted events in Hamilton are: 27th August, 17th September, 15th October. The campaign will continue next month. More details to follow! Contact TronhammerNZ@gmail.com 021952974 @TronhammerNZ
  21. Event Title: Season of War - Hamilton Event Author: Tronhammer NZ Calendar: Events New Zealand Event Date: 08/20/2016 12:00 AM The Campaign in Ghyran continues! Bring an army and choose your alliance. We will play two rounds using battleplans from the campaign. Come play for the first game (11:00 am), second game (2:30 pm) or both. Scores will count towards a local league as well as the Global Campaign, with official prize support from Games Workshop up for grabs. Bring all your models and preview the new General's Handbook! We can do some list building on the day. Demo games available! The campaign will continue next month. More details to follow! Manage Event Report Event Download Event View Topic Season of War - Hamilton
  22. Tronhammer NZ

    Season of War - Hamilton

    The Campaign in Ghyran continues! Bring an army and choose your alliance. We will play two rounds using battleplans from the campaign. Come play for the first game (11:00 am), second game (2:30 pm) or both. Scores will count towards a local league as well as the Global Campaign, with official prize support from Games Workshop up for grabs. Bring all your models and preview the new General's Handbook! We can do some list building on the day. Demo games available! The campaign will continue next month. More details to follow! Manage Event Report Event Download Event View Topic
  23. Event Title: Season of War - Hamilton Event Author: Tronhammer NZ Calendar: Events New Zealand Event Date: 07/23/2016 12:00 AM Make your mark on the Mortal Realms! Join us as we celebrate the start of the first Warhammer: Age of Sigmar Global Campaign. Bring an army and choose your alliance. We will play two rounds using battleplans from the campaign. Come play for the first game (11:00 am), second game (2:30 pm) or both. Scores will count towards a local league as well as the Global Campaign, with prizes up for grabs. You can also check out the General's Handbook, which includes official points values for all your units. Demo games available! Next hosted events in Hamilton are: 27th August, 17th September, 15th October. The campaign will continue next month. More details to follow! Contact TronhammerNZ@gmail.com 021952974 @TronhammerNZ Season of War - Hamilton
  24. Event Title: Call to Arms 2016 - Age of Sigmar Event Author: Tronhammer NZ Calendar: Events New Zealand Event Date: 08/06/2016 12:00 AM Welcome to Call to Arms This will be a single-day, three-game event run at the Wellington Warlord's annual Call to Arms event. The event will be held on 6th August 2016 at St Patrick’s College School Hall, 581 Evans Bay Parade, Kilbirnie, Wellington CTA 2016 AOS Players Pack_v3.pdf Tickets Limited spots available, so get in quick! Entry is $25 for the day. To register, email calltoarms@warlords.org.nz or visit the link below: REGISTER HERE Event Outline Game Size Battlehost (2,000 points) Battlefield Roles Leaders (1-6) - Battleline (3+) - Artillery (0-4) - Behemoths (0-4) - Other Units (Any) Rules All Pitched Battle rules from the General’s Handbook House Rules Measure from base-to-base unless agreed with your opponent. Square bases allowed. If there are multiple versions of a warscroll available, you must use the most recent, unless your opponent agrees otherwise. Battleplans Three of the six Pitched Battle battleplans, randomly selected before each round Prizes Warrior King - Most Victory Points Arch Panoplist - Voted Best Presented Army Lord Manipulator - Voted Most Sporting Player Rankings All results will be counted towards the Season of War Global Campaign. In addition, Call to Arms will see the launch of a national rankings scoring system for New Zealand, which is planned to take into account each game you play at a tournament. More details to come, we are just waiting for indication on how Matched Play will work in the General's Handbook. Make a weekend of it? If you are travelling form out of town, there are a number of options for accommodation in Wellington that are reasonably priced. A number of Backpackers are located in central Wellington for about $25-$30 a night. There are also cheap hotels, though it’s recommended that these are booked well in advance, as price fluctuates. Sites such as www.wotif.co.nz, www. trivago.co.nz and www.nz.hotels.com are good places to compare prices and find somewhere to stay. You might like to check out the current WW1 exhibitions at Te Papa and the Dominion War Museum while you are there. Contact Details and Questions You can send me a direct message on this forum or send an email to tronhammernz@gmail.com Call to Arms 2016 - Age of Sigmar
  25. Videojams

    New recruit from Auckland

    Hey there friends, Decided to sign up after hearing about this place on BD. I have been out of the hobby for a few years now, but after reading a bunch of the forums I'm getting sucked into dusting off the beardlings, giving AoS a go and maybe picking up a few Fyreslayers as well. Looking forward to participating in this community. Cheers
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