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Pandemonium Books and Games, Cambridge MA Doors open for Tournament Goers - 11:00 This Warhammer Fantasy Tournament will be held under the following rules and regulations: 8th Edition Warhammer Fantasy rules Armies are to consist of no more than 2000 Points The Following army lists are allowed: Warhammer Armies: Beastmen Warhammer Armies: Bretonnia Warhammer Armies: Daemons of Chaos Warhammer Armies: Dark Elves Warhammer Armies: Dwarfs Warhammer Armies: Empire Warhammer Armies: High Elves Warhammer Armies: Lizardmen Warhammer Armies: Ogre Kingdoms Warhammer Armies: Orcs & Goblins Warhammer Armies: Skaven Warhammer Armies: Tomb Kings Warhammer Armies: Vampire Counts Warhammer Armies: Warriors of Chaos Warhammer Armies: Wood Elves
No Special Characters are allowed at this event. Fezzik's Folding Fortress may not be selected by any army, and the use of said item is banned in this event. This is a three-round tournament with a time limit of 2 hours each. There is a half-hour preparation time before each round, and the players may begin as soon as they are set up. The end of the round will be announced at 30 minutes, 10 minutes, and 2 minutes, with a 'dice down' end called. Players are strongly urged to not begin a round they know they cannot finish. All armies must be painted to play in this tournament. 'Painted' shall be defined as 'Three colors on the model, no bare plastic or primer showing, sand or flock glued to each base.' This is a 'closed list' tournament, that is to say, each player must submit a copy of the army list to the Tournament Organizers and must keep a copy of the army list on hand to resolve disputes, but is not obligated to share with the opponent any information about the stats or upgrades of any unit or character during the course of the game, until such time as it becomes relevant in the game; an example of this would be not divulging the armor save of a character until that character is successfully wounded. The spells rolled at the beginning of the game for any wizards in play must be announced.
5:30 . . worth a total of 9 points.Round 3 8:00 .Battle Point Modifiers .Round 2 5:30 . The cost for this tournament is $15. 4-16 .Round 1 2:30 .The player can get between 0 and 6 BPMs (Two per round).12:30 .Battle Points . Schedule 11:00 .Even with the painting regulations there will be an appearance score.Player Votes . 0-2 .3:00 .At the end of the tournament a player may vote for someone as best Sportsman or Best Appearance.Round 3 Pairing and Preparation 6:00 . The TOs reserve the right to adjudicate disputes in this tournament how they see fit.Round 1 Pairing and Preparation 12:30 . A discount of $5 goes to anyone with an 'Arvard 'Ardboyz membership.After each round the player will score the opponent's Sportsmanship using the result sheet after each round (See Sportsmanship Opponent Scoring below). A player will receive one point if he or she receives one or more votes from either Sportsmanship or Appearance. with three possible per round. Upon registration each player will submit an army list to the TOs to be reviewed for the purposes of the Composition (see below).Registration 12:00 .8:00 . Scoring System There is a total of 103 points that go into this tournament.8:30 .Appearance Score . with five possible per round. 0-9 . 0-6 . This score is based on ten check boxes worth 1 point each.Comp Opponent Scoring .3:30 . particularly exploitative behavior in regards to the 'closed-list' nature of this tournament will not be tolerated.Lunch Break and Appearance Scoring 3:00 . worth a total of 15 points. A player will accumulate between 15 (Lost all three) to 45 (Won all three) points during the course of the tournament. 0-10 .Comp Council Score (See the Fantasy Comp section below).Final Scoring and Awards NOTE: Please be aware that events can and do run later than anticipated.12:00 .Using the Rogue Trader Win/Draw/Loss points system (15/10/5).After each round the player will score the opponent's Comp using the result sheet after each round (See Comp Opponent Scoring below).Sportsmanship Opponent Scoring .2:30 .6:00 .Round 2 Pairing and Preparation 3:30 .Cheating. The breakdown is as follows: 15-45 . (See Appearance Score below) 0-15 .
Any disputes that came up were handled and resolved well. This army features cool conversions that go above and beyond simple weapons and part swaps. This army is. The army looks like an army. There was extra time and effort spent on the painting of cool details in this army. 4 . Appearance Score Each checkbox is worth one point: More than just the bare minimum was done when painting this army. Using Empire Plastic Knights as Blood Keep Knights or using figures on square bases for 40K are examples of this. Our comp councilors will be scoring lists due to their own criteria. in the opinion of the Tournament Organizers. or putting large percentages of points into a single unit should expect to be penalized per this process. among the top FIVE best-looking armies at this tournament. My opponent went out of his/her way to make the game enjoyable and memorable. among the top TWO best-looking armies at this tournament. but players submitting lists featuring such army features as a “gunline” theme. banners. The FCC will not be participating in the event and will contain members from around the world. again not just the bare minimum required. This army is. Just sand or flock on the bases won't get you this one. There are no obvious examples of the player 'cutting corners' in their army that is for no reason other than an economic one. This army features eye-catching color schemes that have things like unit themes. This army is based in a pleasing manner. Our Comp Council will score your army based on whether you are making the list with an eye towards fair play or whether the list is meant to be purely competitive. for a grand total of 15 possible points: 5 . The army characters and centerpieces clearly stand out from the rest of the army.An enjoyable game in a competitive atmosphere. 3 . There were definitely signs of a competitive spirit but I would happily play my opponent in a friendly game anytime. Scratch-building and special or difficult posing will get you this point. with visual themes to hold them together despite the differences in the units themselves. . All of the colors on the miniatures are a clear representation of what the entity represented by that miniature should look like. Sportsmanship Opponent Scoring Each check box is worth the designated number of points each round.A perfectly enjoyable game. and I would not have a problem with playing my opponent again.Fantasy Comp The composition score for this event will be a blend of two scores: one from your opponents (see below) and one from a Fantasy Comp Council.One of the best games I've ever played. in the opinion of the Tournament Organizers. etc. “spamming units”.
Comp Opponent Scoring Each check box is worth the designated number of points each round. poor temper control. I would think twice about playing my opponent in a game outside a tournament setting.2 . and overall hard feelings were part and parcel to this game. 2 .My opponent's army featured some very obvious min/maxing behavior such as excessive use or 'spamming' of a particular unit type or exploitative combinations with a very 'Win at all Cost' flavor to it. . obviously to the detriment of army effectiveness.Just about the worst game I've ever played. My opponent went out of his/her way to make this game unenjoyable and frustrating. for a grand total of 9 possible points: 3 .There was considerable effort put into making my opponent's army flavorful and thematic. There were more arguments than there should have been. 1 . suited to a competitive atmosphere without being exploitative and fun to play against without being thematic at the cost of effectiveness.My opponent was the source of some bad table etiquette such as flaring tempers and 'Rules as Written' lawyering. 1 . 0 . This army was designed to win games and my opponent did not care whose enjoyment was thoroughly ruined in the process. Needless arguing.My opponent's army was so rife with exploited loopholes in the army list and Comp Rubric that I'm surprised it was allowed into the tournament.I would definitely not play this person in a game anywhere outside a tournament. 0 .This was a perfectly good list to play against. deliberate delays.