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September Skirmish


Hi guys, Sam here.

Guess who's got the results from the WW/SUS Tourney this weekend? 

Firstly, I would like to thank everyone for attending and making the day very enjoyable.
Also an enormous thank you to Andy at Worcester War Games for hosting the event for us and letting me run it in his brand new shop.

(POST-JACKED BY BRUCE)

AND THANKS TO SAM FOR ARRANGING THE GAMES AND HOSTING THE DAY! WUT WUT!

Here are the points for the day, broken down across the games, secret objectives and painting points:

Congrats to Simon, Bruce and Chris on their first, second and third results. (Chris scored more maelstrom points than Damien so just managed to beat him to third place)



Below we have the votes for best painted: (3 points for a first place vote, 2 for a second and 1 for a third.)




Now lets take a look at what was happening on the tabletops:



Did you enjoy the day?
What did you like about the tourney?
What, if anything, would you change?

Questions about future events....

Would you like to see any of the following happen in future tourneys?

Team or doubles.
30K
Two day event (Saturday and Sunday)
More narrative / secret objectives
Less / more points?

Please leave your comments below, or let me know on Facebook or in the shop.
I'd like to run another of these next year and would value any input you guys might have for me.


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