In this episode I talk with Zach Becker from the London 40K Grand Tournament. We talk about the now sold out 2017 event and his plans for future events. We also discuss the new Games Workshop and their support and engagement with the community.
Category: Campaigns and Tournaments
In this episode, we talk about how to build a competitive list. We are going to focus on building a list for ITC events, but it’s applicable for any competitive lists. We will talk about the important things to have in a list and the kind of things you need to have an answer for. We also talk about some ways to play to win in a competitive event.
In this episode, we talk about attending a Warhammer 40k event. We discuss the different types of events you can attend, what you can expect, and how to prepare. Most importantly, we talk about how to get the most out of the experience.
In this episode, we talk about our experience at the Las Vegas Open 2016 and the lessons we learned from watching and playing against the top 40k players in the country. We also talk about terrain, missions, the current game meta, and what you should include in your own armies.
The Battlehosts are partnering with the Gem State Gaming Convention to bring you the Boise Team Championship! The BTC is a Warhammer 40k 3-person team event. It is a two day, 5 game event and is part of the Independent Tournament Circuit (ITC), so get your team ready and earn some ITC points!
In this episode, we interview Reece and Frankie from Frontline Gaming to talk 40k! We talk about the Las Vegas Open, the ITC format, running events, starting out, and what keeps us all playing 40k.
The Battlehosts are going to the Las Vegas Open! In this episode, we discuss our plans for attending our new favorite GT.
In this episode, we discuss how to prepare for a major 40k GT with special guest Ben Cromwell. We also preview our plans for the Las Vegas Open 2016.
The Boise Invitational 2015 continues, with three rounds to determine who is the best. The Boise Open also kicks off, where players are judged on generalship, army appearance, and sportsmanship, with the winner the player who embodies all three the best.
All Boise Invitational players have placed very highly in tournaments this last year, but which one will take the top prize and be the best?