It will not come as a surprise to many that this year, the Warsheds haven’t seen as many games played as usual. Myself, I’ve only played a handful of games since March, and only 2 games of 9th edition in person. It does not seem likely that our team tournament will be happening any time soon. How dismal.Continue reading “Playing 40K during Lockdown”
Sheds of the Grimdark are pleased to announce their next team tournament; The South Wales 40k Team Tournament 2020. This event will run from Saturday 5th to Sunday 6th December 2020.
This event will reward cunning tactics, high standards of painting and fair play. A 4 player team format is utilised, allowing generals to play to their strengths and mask their weaknesses. It is also ITC registered and we will be submitting scores for individual team members.
Please note that due to coronavirus restrictions on numbers, tickets have already sold out. If you wish to be notified of any changes or late places opening up, please email us at email@example.com
The rule pack is available here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/db7qxjrq0nzsoxa/SWTT2020%20RP%20FINISHED.pdf?dl=0
You can also register your interest over on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/2596473700564027
Hope to see you on the battlefields soon! Any latecomers answer to this man.
Well, we’ve had a rest, taken a few days with our feet up, a few rounds in the sauna, and a jolly good cup of tea and a sit down. I have to say, running the thing is a LOT more work than playing in it. I’m almost glad we didn’t have to field a team in the end 😉
We had some truly lovely trophies commissioned, and having put half the profits straight back into the pot, there were some real almost-cash voucher prizes on offer. Real almost cash!Continue reading “South Wales Team Tournament – the results!”
We’re back for day 2 of our team tournament! Very ingratiated that everyone from yesterday came back, and glad that everyone’s enjoying Cardiff.
The quality of painting has, of course, been very high. We’re still taking in the votes as I type, but here’s a gallery of some of the favourites.Continue reading “South Wales Team Tournament – Day 2, Round 4 & Painting Competition”
Here’s Chris’ final photodrop for today. We’re into round 3, the language is getting colourful, and I need a rest.Continue reading “South Wales Team Tournament – Getting tired now…”
We’re part way through round 2 now, and Chris has checked in with a bunch more photos.Continue reading “South Wales Team Tournament – More Photos”
We’ve started! It’s now a hour into the first round, and spirits are high. I’ve been out grabbing some photos of some of the models – all of them are well painted. Here’s what I’ve seen so far…Continue reading “South Wales Team Tournament – Go Time!”
Sheds of the Grimdark are pleased to announce their first team tournament; The South Wales 40k Team Tournament 2019.
This event will reward cunning tactics, high standards of painting and fair play. A 4 player team format is utilised, allowing generals to play to their strengths and mask their weaknesses.
It is also ITC registered and we will be submitting scores for individual team members.
The rule pack is available here:
Tickets cost £160 per team (£40 pp) including a hot meal each day.
Tickets are available from Firestorm Games and are bought as a single team ticket:
Please email the Event Team with your Team details after you’ve bought your ticket. Instructions are found in the rule pack.
We will be limited to twenty teams initially but if there is interest, we will investigate creating more tables.
You can also register your interest over on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/341804620088104/
Hope to see you on the battlefields soon!
So Echoes has been and gone. Overall I was very impressed with the event. It was run very well, and, even though the lists were incredibly competative, the players were very friendly and sporting.
My first game was against Deon and his Space Wolf/Astra Militarum Emperors Wrath Artillery Company.Continue reading “Echoes day 1. Here we go……”
If you go down to the shed today….
So, the Christmas season is over and now we can back into the steady routine of regular wargaming again (😉).
One of the ‘shedders’ suggested we attend an ITC style event (run by the Vale renegades, held at Firestorm games in Cardiff) in Feb.
Now I’ll be the first to admit that this style of event has never really appealed to me. It always seems to be about power gaming with the most optimised lists conceivable.