Over The Top Players pack 40K

Entry limits are as per the front page of the website. Any questions can be e-mailed to the list receiver: haydn.korach@xtra.co.nz ARMIES

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Armies are to be no larger than 1750 points. This means you may spend up to 1750 points or less, clearly specifying where points are spent, identifying any upgrades and the points paid for them. Lists are sent to haydn.korach@xtra.co.nz where the entry form and dollars go to the Registrar.

Lists are to be submitted in word format Lists must be in by 1st February
Be sure that the roster includes all of the models in your army, their points value, the points value of any equipment, and must specify which models are carrying any Wargear that you decide to take. Special Characters can be used – this overrules any Codex stipulation to gain opponent’s permission prior to the game – however you must meet all other restrictions and limitations and you cannot use them in any allied contingent. Games will be played on standard 6’ x 4’ tables. Armies must be painted and based. Undercoat is not acceptable. Armies are to be painted with a minimum of 3 colours. All miniatures must be WYSIWYG. All players are must provide a list of their army for their opponent at the beginning of each game. All armies with a Codex published before January 1st can be used. If you are unsure you can contact the umpire at haydn.korach@xtra.co.nz. No forgeworld is allowed If your list specifically allows allies, either in its codex or as a result of supplementary list published in another Codex then they can be used. Armies are limited to one force organisation chart unless specifically allowed to use an alternative You are encouraged to use converted Citadel miniatures to represent troop types not yet available. These must be explained to your opponent. At the end of each game before the victory conditions are checked all unpainted models are removed from the board as casualties this may cause units to take leadership tests and fall back.

Best sporting player 5.SCORING The following awards will be up for grabs. These points combine to give a game score of 0 to 15 points. pinned or falling back at the end of the game. This gives a score out of 90 over the six rounds which will be converted to a 50% contribution of your overall score. Result Points Win 10 points Draw 5 points Loss 0 points Bonus Points Each of the following criteria score 1 bonus point • Enemy General dead. Best Presented army 6. This score is made up of two components – Result Points and Bonus Points. • No enemy scoring units in your Deployment Zone. The number of medals that will be awarded depends on the size of each competition. Those details are on the front pages of the website 1. immobilized. pinned nor falling back at the end of the game. . A unit must be fully wiped out to get the points it is worth. pinned or falling back at the end of the game. Third place overall 4. Second place overall 3. If you have a draw victor points will be used. Overall winner 2. • Most expensive enemy unit destroyed. Best General OVERALL SCORE BREAKDOWN 50% Game play 10% Sportsmanship 25% Army Selection 15% Presentation / painting Best General Will comprise the total gameplay score from all 6 games GAMEPLAY (50% Overall Score) You will score points in each of the missions that you play that contribute to your Gameplay Score. • You have at least one Troop Unit that counts as scoring (as per the Warhammer 40k rulebook) at the end of the game. a difference of 500 points is a win. • Your General is neither dead.

1 Being the hardest list around and 5 being the softest. all models inked/highlighted (e. buckles. 2: the game went ok but the opponent had a interesting playing style ("Rubber Ruler". Army has consistent feel (e.Sportsmanship (10) Points will be awarded by players to each other at the end of each game on a ranking system of between 1 and 5. 1: I’d prefer not to play this person in the future.g. Army Selection (25) This will be judged by a panel of independent judges. I will endeavour to use 5 Judges to give you a score out of 25. Overall army theme 2. Rules issues were solved without any problems. Rules problems were solved in a reasonable manner but I’m OK about playing this person again. Uniform paint scheme 3. units have distinct variations but overall theme the same etc) 0 .) A separate “Best Sporting Player” award will be given to the player based on a “1 vote” system taken at the end of the competition. Uniform themed bases 4. maybe not today but definitely at another tournament. I’d be keen to play this person again. similar colours. details such as belts. In total. Unit markings/Commanders clearly represented 5. dice etiquette etc). (Expect to be “chatted” about what why. In the event of a tie sportsmanship scores collected at the end of each game will be used to decide the tiebreaker. Presentation / painting (15) Presentation 1.g. The painting on the models is detailed. painting is uniform and neat. The scoring will be: 5: the game was great and you would love to play this person again.3 points 2. pouches etc are completed discernible shading and . 3: A couple of things didn’t quite gel. sportsmanship scores will comprise 20% of the total score. 0 – 3 in each of the sub categories to give a total of between 0 and 15 1. They will mark each list from 1 – 5. conversions I will score each army throughout the two days. If your list receives 3 or more 1’s you will be asked to resubmit the list. 4: The usual fine game I expect to play.

3 points “Best Presented Army” award will be given to the player with the most votes after the Beauty Pageant on Sunday.3 points 5. arm rotations etc) 0 . with four rounds played on the first day and two on the second day. the highlighting/shading is neat and clean.g. head swaps. COMPETITION FORMAT Games are two and a half hours long. The competition will be six rounds long. If you wish to play a grudge match the umpire needs to be notified by 1st February Scoring sheets will be individualised and at the conclusion of the game you will write on them (in order): Your score.3 points 3. A Swiss-chess system will be used. Character/Centrepiece models are distinctive (extra effort has been made on the character or centerpiece models to make them distinctive) 0 .” the match will last up to 2:45. Offering to providing terrain for a table (people flying are exempted from this) Getting list in on time Having your name on all your paper work and the Codex/Supplement you are using. All models based and flocked 0 . Grudge matches will be allowed in the first round. the sports score you are awarding them.3 points 4. Bonus points Bonus points will be awarded to players for the following points: They will be used to help to decide any ties. If you are in a match where your opponent is one of the nominated “rules adjudicators. and painting score. some evidence of blending present etc) 0 . clear conversion work to introduce variety – includes such areas as green stuff/plasticard modifications. Saturday 13 February Table Setup (if not completed on Friday) Briefing Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Sunday 14 February Round 5 Round 6 0730 0730-0815 0830 – 1100 1130 – 1400 1430 – 1700 1715 – 1945 0900 – 1130 1200 – 1430 .highlights present. your opponents score. Some models have been modified (e.

If you consistently finish later or over time you may suffer a negative modifier to your overall score. river with bridges.). but should otherwise remain as set for each battle. empty desert.5 hours long. If the game does not get to turn five I may make a decision as to the outcome (for example of a ork player is losing a game but it only gets to turn four and I can see that in turn five he will smash the puny guard it may be called a draw) YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED TERRAIN Players are invited to provide terrain for the competition. woodlands etc. desert. This setup may be meddled with by the umpire if the umpire sees fit. Terrain composition may also be changed by the umpire during the course of the competition. The present 40k umpire is a firm believer in good looking tables with high quality terrain that cover a range of battlefield situations. The umpire apologises in advance if terrain is offered. If you are a slow player don’t take an army that will take you forever to play with. Dice.. this will be at my discretion. and any significant terrain features they would wish to include (i. Each player should inform the umpire when they enrol whether they are able to provide a complete table of attractive and coherently themed terrain (including an appropriately shaded base-cloth). ruined buildings.e. etc. the umpire will confirm with players prior to the competition as to whether their terrain is needed or not. and this may mean the exclusion of some options. even if the offer of the use of the terrain is not accepted. what “theme” it represents (i.).Prize giving 1500 . Players should also inform the umpire what that terrain would include. Bonus points will be granted to all of those people who are either flying or who offer terrain.1515 Please note that each game is 2. Depending on the number and range of options put forward. agreeing to what the features represent WHAT TO BRING TO THE EVENT Tape Measure. Template(s) Your army. At least two copies of your Army Roster Rulebook and your relevant codex Pen and paper Superglue (because accidents do happen) . but not taken up – the idea is to generate a good range of variations / themes. Terrain will be placed on tables by those who provide it prior to the start of the competition.e ruined city. wooded hills. Players should discuss the terrain prior to battle.

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