Saturday the Whiz had a 50 point tournament. Here is the Crew
- Cyril – resident Khador with an accent to match
- Brendon – Cygnar player, traitor to Menoth
- Andrew – Menoth player, nice job making the final four
- Jack – Circle forever – welcome back, final four too
- Robb – Legion Fully painted drawing winner – will paint for food 🙂
- Hunter – youngest player – getting squished
- Nick P – Cryx forever – escaped from N.J. – 2nd place
- Bo –
MenothCryx – kool with sunglasses on forehead
- Nick H –
MenothDwarves – Plaid Pants?
- Jared – Circle guru – stayed up late to paint the new caster and tree – 3rd place
- Rob – Legion – Had the most fun, just ask him
- Hank – Cygnar – Cain forever – two scenario wins – good to see you at the table
- Dave – Trolls – best painted winner – eDoomshaper for the win
- Blake – Cryx – travelled down from N.H. to visit and came away with 1st place
- Greg – Trolls – the latest in a long line of faction A.D.D.
- Tyler – Legion – growing up fast
This one was a road test for Steamroller 2011. Tie breakers – scenario wins, strength of schedule.
Death clock is a variation of chess clocks. Each player gets a fixed amount of time, in this case 48 minutes each. Normally there is a master clock with an unknown amount of time that ends the round. Death clock eliminates the master clock. This changes a couple of things. Without a master clock people start as soon as they are set up. You don’t have 12 people waiting for a smoke, soda run, biobreak… You win by scenario or caster kill and lose if you clock runs out. This eliminated stalling and scenario tie breakers. It worked very well. We had one game out of 24 end with a death clock loss.
Blake took 1st prize. Cryx with Epic Asphixious.
Jared got 3rd and the quote of the day.
“I couldn’t roll a 7 on 3 dice”
Bad luck isn’t new to Jared, an unlucky roller kept him out of the finals at TempleCon 2010. Better luck next time.
His Circle Caster – Cassius the Oathkeeper looked great to (sorry, no picture). He played him and won the 2nd game, “He is a lot of fun to play”.
Dave got the painting prize for a Character with his epic Doomshaper.
Keep up the good work Dave…….
We had over ten people enter a character to be judged. Chris and I picked three. Cyril’s Beast 09 and Jared’s Cassius the Oathkeeper made it a real hard choice.
No arguments, no big questions, I wish we could have gotten started a little closer to 10:30, but it all worked out and it seems like everyone had fun….