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  1. Event Title: Blood Tithe – AoS International Team Tournament Event Author: Marc Wilson Calendar: Events UK Event Date: 03/03/2018 12:00 AM to 03/04/2018 12:00 AM Update Pack 2.0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/qvl7t1wilv68464/Blood_Tithe2.0.docx?dl=0 ##NEW : Shadespire @ Blood Tithe - Friday March 2nd### Open Gaming 15:00 onwards Registration: 17:45-18:30Games 1 & 2: 18:45-19:45Dinner: 19:45-20:15Games 3 & 4: 20:15-21:15Break 21:15-21:25Game 5: 21:25-21:55Awards: 21:55-22:15 You will play 5 games in total. 2 against each of two opponents and a final sudden death game. Total Glory will be the sole scoring factor in placings. Least Glory conceded will be the tie-breaker. Entry is a stellar £15 inclusive of food and drinks - paypal.me/marcjwilson ################################# Blood Tithe – AoS International Team Tournament London Gatwick March 2-4th 2018 In association with The South London Legion I am delighted to announce the inaugural AoS International Team Tournament – Blood Tithe. The event will be staged at the Arora Hotel, London Gatwick – March 2-4th 2018. The event will be a 5 game, 2000 points, 4 man team, GHB2 matched play tournament with additional gaming opportunities on the Friday night, and arranged activities on the Saturday night TBC. We have space for 20 teams/80 players. The cost Team of 4, inc all gaming and lunch both days is £180 (£45.00 PP). How to Enter and key dates: A deposit of £60 per team, payable via paypal friends and family to: marcjwilson@gmail.com - with the balance due by Oct 31st. Limited places are available for domestic teams. 50% of the places are reserved for International teams. These places will be held until 30th September where after they will be incrementally opened up to the general community. Please list your team name and captain and on the Paypal payment. Refunds can be given up until 1st Jan where after they can only be given should other teams fill the space. Entrants Team USA USA Arthur Treitl Justin Schenck Phillip Ball Anthony Sweat Paris Peacocks FRA Pierre-Gilles Stehr Romain "Eretz" Bdlt François Tassaint Rémi Heraud Team Norn NIR Andy Kane David Neagle Colin Cochrane John Dorrian South London Leftovers ENG Craig Bowles John Burgess Declan Wynne Alex Clark Team Carry Jones - Aberdeen SCO Ryhs Inglis Scott Gray Mark Tootill Ruairidh Jones Cursed With Years ENG Paul Whitehead Adrian McWalter Simon Eccles Max Halford SLL B-team ENG Leo Rautonen Rob Bradley Ben Savva Ben Murphy Only the Filthful ENG Nicholas Ruesink-Brown Ben Raven James Grant Tom Lambert Ninja Badgers ENG Paul Buckler Richard Buckler Lauire Hugget Wilde Richard Morley Winners' (?) ENG Jack Armstrong Craig Navmar Chris Myhill Mark Wildman Crown of Champions GER Alexander Zwißler Dietmar Zwißler Andreas Steckmeier Charles Fryer The Spoons / Sweden ENG William Crankshaw Jonatan Edlund Andy Hughes Graham Dane Team Norway NOR Alexander Nygård Christiam Sundvor TBC TBC Team Hydra ENG Greg Dann Dan Comeau Joe McGough Mike Wills Marauders ENG Tony Moore Tom Mawdsley Nigel Chorlton Mark Busby Team Rocksteady ENG John Southgate Tomasz Namielski Jamie Field Johnny Armstrong La Gauntinière FRA Guillaume Garnier Christophe Salemi Antoine Parrain Simon Blais Team Wales WAL Tom Loyn TBC TBC TBC Angel ENG Owyn Abrams Donal Taylor Matt Hinton Adam Cunis I am Brucus ENG Rob Symes Ric Myhill Dan Bradshaw Darren Watson Location: Gatwick is 15 minutes from the M25, easily accessible by public transport from London and not least the cheap short haul hub of Europe and beyond. This surely presents our European (and other!) cousins with a viable opportunity to compete against other domestic and International teams. Once arrived there will be very little extra travel to factor in, unless you combine it with a trip to Central London, which is 30 minutes away by regular train (London Victoria). Venue: The Arora hotel is part of the Sofitel chain and has a dedicated conference space which we will use for gaming (complete with it’s own bar). It is adjacent to the railway system – an 8 minute hop to Gatwick. Crawley town centre, with myriad eating and drinking spots a 2 minute walk away. Lunch will be provided by the hotel both days. The hotel has twin rooms from @£65 per night at time of writing. We have separated out accommodation from the ticket cost to leave it up to individual teams to decide where they stay (lunch, to repeat, is included). The hotel website has comprehensive details about airport transfers: http://Gatwick.arorahotels.com Please note hotel parking is £10 for 24 hours, there is however an alternative open air car park 100m away which is £2.50 for 24 hours. The Tournament: This will be a 5 game , 4-man team tournament, using a “Swiss Pairings” method for determining opponents from Round 2 onwards. Pairings will be used (details in pack). Lists will be publicised two weeks before the event. Where possible in the first round International Teams will be drawn against Domestic Teams, thereafter the draw will be open. List Submission and Draw Lists must be submitted by 23.59 Sat Feb 17th. Once verified they will be published w/c 19th Feb. The 1st round Draw will take place Monday 26th Feb. Living House Rules Now in pack.
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    Blood Tithe – AoS International Team Tournament London Gatwick March 2-4th 2018 In association with The South London Legion I am delighted to announce the inaugural AoS International Team Tournament – Blood Tithe. The event will be staged at the Arora Hotel, London Gatwick – March 2-4th 2018. The event will be a 5 game, 2000 points, 4 man team, GHB2 matched play tournament with additional gaming opportunities on the Friday night, and arranged activities on the Saturday night TBC. We have space for 20 teams/80 players. ### We have mulled heavily over the 'International' element to this. There are obvious connotations towards ETC with that tag, however this is not intended as a replacement. Like with the recent 6 Nations, it may well be a seed which germinates to something more - but this event is not ETC AoS. Likewise we want to be inclusive not prescriptive with our teams - we think that's where AoS 'is' - the best of both worlds. Efforts have been taken and TOs contacted to avoid clashing with other tournaments ### Location: Gatwick is 15 minutes from the M25, easily accessible by public transport from London and not least the cheap short haul hub of Europe and beyond. This surely presents our European (and other!) cousins with a viable opportunity to compete against other domestic and International teams. Once arrived there will be very little extra travel to factor in, unless you combine it with a trip to Central London, which is 30 minutes away by regular train (London Victoria). Venue: The Arora hotel is part of the Sofitel chain and has a dedicated conference space which we will use for gaming (complete with it’s own bar). It is adjacent to the railway system – an 8 minute hop to Gatwick. Crawley town centre, with myriad eating and drinking spots a 2 minute walk away. Lunch will be provided by the hotel both days. The hotel has twin rooms from @£65 per night at time of writing. We have separated out accommodation from the ticket cost to leave it up to individual teams to decide where they stay (lunch, to repeat, is included). The hotel website has comprehensive details about airport transfers: http://Gatwick.arorahotels.com Please note hotel parking is £10 for 24 hours, there is however an alternative open air car park 100m away which is £3.70 for 24 hours. Cost: Team of 4: All gaming, lunch both days: £180 (£45.00 PP) How to Enter: We will start taking entries in a couple of weeks once the prospect percolates; it takes a little time to form teams and we don't want people missing out. Stating your interest will be a helpful indicator. Please note - this venue is booked. If you do not have a ready- made team but wish to be a prospective captain or a mercenary (a great way to meet fellow gamers) please contact us, or post here. Team events are ideal to attend as your first matched play event. The Tournament: This will be a 5 game , 4-man team tournament, using a “Swiss Pairings” method for determining opponents from Round 2 onwards. Pairings will be used (details in pack). Lists will be publicised two weeks before the event. Where possible in the first round International Teams will be drawn against Domestic Teams, thereafter the draw will be open. Friday: Event Opens 1400 Open Gaming 1200-LATE TBC Probable Skirmish Mini Event TBC Saturday: Registration (if not registered Friday): 0800-0900 Round 1 Pairings 0915-0930 Game 1: 0930-1200 Lunch: 1200-1300 Round 2 Pairings 1300-1315 Game 2: 1315-1545 Break / Round 3 Pairings 1545-1615 Game 3: 1615 -1845 Saturday Night - TBC but organised Sunday: Round 4 Pairings 0845-0900 Game 4: 0900-1130 Lunch 1130-1230 (Best Painted / Coolest Army display) Round 5 Pairings 1230-1245 Game 5: 1245-1515 Awards: 1530-16.00 Event Closes: 1600 Please note that Sunday is slightly earlier and slightly more condensed – this is to allow for transport connections. Awards: The Destroyers of Worlds (1st Place Overall) The Council of Blood (2nd Place Overall) The Murderhost (3nd Place Overall) The Lords of the Isles (1st Place Domestic Team) The Local Despots (2st Place Domestic Team) The Griff-Hound Spirits (3rd Place Domestic Team) The National Treasures (Most team painting votes) The Inspiration of Ages (Coolest Individual Army) Beauty Beholden (Best Individual Painted Army) The Wandering Minstrels (Best Team Sports) Army Selection: This will be a Single List 2000 points tournament. Each player must play their own list for all games. No two team armies may have a duplicate warscroll, nor a duplicate allegiance. Allegiance abilities, traits, etc must be listed and not change on a game-by-game basis. House Rules and FAQ TBC post GHB2. Missions The 5 missions will be decided and publicised in the pack post GHB2 at the earliest opportunity. Everyone will play the same mission each round. Scoring: Scoring will be based on a 20-0 system Major Win: 15 Minor Win: 10 Draw: 8 Minor Loss: 5 Major Loss: 0 In addition, there will be 5 secondary objectives missions, which will be present in each of the 5 games each player competes in. In each case to score a secondary objective it must be at the same time gained and denied to an opponent. For each secondary objective scored you receive 1 point and your opponent subtracts 1 point. TBC Secondary objectives are TBC post GHB2 release. Total team points per round will be capped at 60/30 Tie Breaker 1 – Uncapped TP total. Tie Breaker 2 – Most Secondary Missions completed. Tie Breaker 3 – Most Major Victories. Please note in order to keep the advertised timings and to avoid overly punitive play Kill Points will not be recorded during the event and will be used only in missions where Kill Points are a deciding factor. Painting: All armies must be fully painted and based on suitable round bases. Anything not reaching this minimum standard will be removed from the table, and will count as destroyed. There is quite a long lead up to the tournament so there’s real excuse not to conform to this norm. The organisers will request a selection of armies be set up on Sunday Lunchtime for voting. You will be advised if you are on the shortlist. Terrain: 10 pieces of 28mm terrain will be provided on each table. The Scenery Table will be in effect and as per the 4 page rulebook. You are welcome to bring your own terrain if it adds to the aesthetic of your army and is not deemed to be outlandishly large or unsuitable. You can purchase scenery dice from http://scenerydice.co.uk/ or alternatively bring suitable markers. List Submission and Draw Lists must be submitted by 23.59 Sat Feb 17th. Once verified they will be published w/c 19th Feb. The 1st round Draw will take place Monday 26th Feb.
  3. 1.1 Motivation Do you want a job requiring probably hundeds of hours of work with no pay and the possibility of financial liabilities? Yes? Welcome new TO! The AoS calendar, at least in the UK, is jam-packed full of tournaments . So in full, in fact, that you could probably do 40 tournaments a year if you were stuffed full of cash, passionate about motorways… and were very, very single. People all over the UK - and beyond - give up their time and take on board sizable responsibilities to provide entertainment for others – often exposing themselves to wilds of social media, chippy comments and the risk of losing money. It’s not altruistic of course. TO’s volunteer their services within an environment they enjoy, for people they often know and to further a game they’re passionate about. The drive of ego can’t be denied, whether the unconscious motivation is testing one’s personal identity or winning plaudits from others –putting on bigger and better tournaments than the last one. Some TO’s may need an objective – something to aim for to drive them through life’s mundanaities . It’s not the money though. It would be more ‘profitable’, I dare say, to spend the equivalent hours walking the streets picking up loose change on the pavement. That’s not to say that some bigger tournaments won’t make a ‘profit’ but in almost any case I can recollect this is pumped back into making free content – the other side of the same coin and a right which can’t be denied. My own personal motivations are pretty varied. I’m not one for deep self-examination but on the top level: · I’ve always been a bit of an organiser; events, football teams, projects and governance – whether professional or for fun. Mostly this emanates from me wanting to take part in something which won’t happen unless I make it. I guess this is very a common motivation for TO’s. · My experiences of running club competitions (winning the annual club competition that I organised still gives me a drunken, self-satisfied feeling that’s difficult to recreate) and small one-dayers have been wholly positive. There’s a certain level of adrenaline which is mildly addictive. · It’s nice to collaborate. My best work is done in conjunction with others – it keeps that motivation going. I’m already enjoying the banter with the South London Legion gang. · I’m relatively time rich – by my own standards – though that time is spent rooted on the 05.43 from Eastbourne. I know that I need to make this time in some way valuable (other than to furnish my loving family with a lifestyle to which they have become accustomed!) and not to just spend it with my face pressed up against a rain-flecked window wondering where it all went wrong. Long projects with quality resolutions. I’ve written 2 and ¾ books mildly well received books on trains – but talk about picking up loose change… · The London events issue. Peeps in the South East are pretty hard done by when it comes to events. High running costs and wariness of others as to the expensiveness of ‘down south’ keep them to a minimum (which I get, being a northerner). Unfortunate, you would say, as this is where most of the population lives. I kinda want to bust this myth, and so do the others. …and that’s me. Nothing too unusual or eye-opening in that. I expect large portions of this will resonate with other TO’s. I’ll keep this going focusing on more practical aspects, probably on a weekly basis. It’s Monday morning, 06.48, and I’m one down - so that augers well. mx
  4. Event Title: NZAOS Team Championship Event Author: Tronhammer NZ Calendar: Events New Zealand Event Date: 09/02/2017 08:00 AM to 09/03/2017 04:00 PM Finally, the AOS Team event you've all been waiting for!Get your team of three together and head to the Tron to decide the most powerful triumvirate in the Realms! PLAYERS PACK NZAOS TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP.pdfFORMAT- 5 rounds over two days.- Teams consist of three players each. - $75 per team ($25 per player).- Each player will bring a legal Battlehost (2,000 points) army.- Each player faces one opponent from the opposing team in each round.- Combined team scores will determine victory in each round, and overall. MATCH-UP PROCESS - Each team has three cards, each representing one of their players. - Each team puts forward one player card, face down. - The cards are flipped simultaneously, and each team selects who of their remaining two players (that were not put forward) will be matched against the opposing team's card. - Selections are put forward face down and flipped simultaneously. - The remaining two players that are not picked will then be matched together. REGISTER HERE NZAOS Team Championship
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    Finally, the AOS Team event you've all been waiting for!Get your team of three together and head to the Tron to decide the most powerful triumvirate in the Realms! PLAYERS PACK NZAOS TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP.pdfFORMAT- 5 rounds over two days.- Teams consist of three players each. - $75 per team ($25 per player).- Each player will bring a legal Battlehost (2,000 points) army.- Each player faces one opponent from the opposing team in each round.- Combined team scores will determine victory in each round, and overall. MATCH-UP PROCESS - Each team has three cards, each representing one of their players. - Each team puts forward one player card, face down. - The cards are flipped simultaneously, and each team selects who of their remaining two players (that were not put forward) will be matched against the opposing team's card. - Selections are put forward face down and flipped simultaneously. - The remaining two players that are not picked will then be matched together. REGISTER HERE
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