Some authors play a lot of Warhammer 40K games, and those include 40K tournaments. You can find battle reports on those 40K games, and news on upcoming tournaments; usually in the local area here in Maine.
Sometimes a tourney is a resounding success, sometimes not so much. Even when things fail though the tourney can teach you some lessons. I run local tournaments in my city, and have done so for many years. We’ve cultivated a culture which stresses fun over competitiveness and as such many of the netlists and ultra-competitive
Saturday was the 6th Standish Standoff 40K tournament at my FLGS. It was something we (the community) created so that we had a more hobby oriented event. At the time, ‘ard Boyz was around and we all weren’t fans of the Games Workshop sanctioned event because, to put it bluntly, it was a dick-waving festival.
Well the annual event has come and gone. I had an absolute blast. It was great to see familiar faces again and get a chance to catch up with friends. I know Tony already did a quick recap of the event and for the most part I will completely agree with him. This was probably