Conesy just finished up a busy gaming weekend and shares the experience he had at the Strong Tower Gaming Convention in his Recap and Review! Support your local conventions and let us know in the comments of the video where we can find more information about your favorite local conventions.
Two of our hosts traveled to Minnesota for the Renegade 2022 Tournament. They participated in 2 Batman Tournaments. Give a listen to how they did and what stood out to them at the tournament.
Episode Show Notes
- Hobby Corner ….. 00:48
- The Riddler’s Renegade Rampage (250 reputation tournament) ….. 21:06
- Batman Knightfall V (350 reputation tournament) ….. 52:18
Board Game Night at Misty Mountain
Read on for links to the games discussed and pictures.
Conesy was at Noble Knight Games this past Saturday, October 8th, 2022 for their 25th Anniversary Party. Conesy spent the day running the Batman Miniature Game demo games introducing over 40 people to the game. The store was packed all day, with food truck service up BBQ, a cake, a costume contest, and a number of giveaways. Check out this glimpse of the fun.
In this episode of the WiscoDice podcast, Consey talks with Mike, one of the organizers of the Dragon Fall Gaming Festival. Have a listen to this bonus episode and learn what is planned for this convention that benefits multiple charitable organizations and how to get some free beer at the convention.
Here are the promised rules for the 2018 Gameholecon Star Wars Legion event happening on Sunday. Please ensure you are familiar with the Fantasy Flight Rules Pack for tournaments. This is available in the Tournaments section of the Legion page on the Fantasy Flight Games website.
Tournament Tier: Relaxed
Stucture: Basic (No Cut)
Number of Players: 16
Rounds: 6 or less players, 2 rounds. More then 6 players there will be 3 rounds
Round Length: Rounds will be 120 minutes long with a 10 minute pre-game set up time
Lists: Players must have a copy of their list available for the Organizer, preferably printed using Tabletop Admiral. If a player does not have a printed copy of their list, then they will be provided a form at registration and required to provide a detailed list of units and purchased upgrade cards. A player found playing with options not on the list submitted to the Organizer will be disqualified from the event.
8-8:30 AM: Registration
8:30 AM to 10:40 AM: Round 1
10:50 AM to 1 PM: Round 2
1 PM to 1:30 PM: Lunch
1:30 PM to 3:40 PM: Round 3
3:40 to 4 pm: Final Results and Awards
Ringer: As this is a relaxed format event, if there is an odd number of players the Organizer, who is also filling in as a leader will play as the ringer. The ringer will not be eligible for any prize support or be considered for final event scoring, however your result against the ringer will be your result. Thus a loss against the ringer is considered a loss in the event. The idea of the ringer is to ensure everyone gets to play as many games of Legion and have fun through the day.
Overall results will be posted to the WiscoDice website.
Prize Support: TBD