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  1. Tenshi

    [SPAIN] MaLIMfaux 18

    Come have some fun at our last Malifaux tourney of the year! Where: LaGuarida TableTopClub: Calle Bagatza 9, Barakaldo (Bizkaia). When: Sunday, December 16 - 2018 Doors open at 9.30. First round starts at 10.00 What: A 3 round tournament. With prizes for everyone! Rounds last for 120 min. Between rounds 2 and 3 we'll have an hour to eat. The schemes will be: Round 1: Public Executions Round 2: Symbols of Authority Round 3: Extraction
  2. John-the-Beast

    The Malifaux Before Christmas

    We will be running our THIRD Malifaux event at Fan Boy Three, Manchester UK, so come along and give it a go! Date: December 15th Saturday Time: 11am start (registration 10:00 - 10:45) Entry: £5 Your henchman and host for this event is John Jordan 🧔🏽 Rules: This will be a 50ss Fixed Faction Tournament that consists of 3 rounds, 2 hours each round. There will be 30 minutes break between round 1 and 2, then a 15 minute break between rounds 2 and 3, 15 minutes again between 2. Schemes and Strats are our on the Facebook Event, link is at the bottom of the page. We are keeping it to a maximum of 12 spaces as we have a limited amount of room and scenery. Food and drinks can be bought at Fan Boy Three, although there are PLENTY of fast food places around. Also, back by popular demand, LEON Restaurants will be offering a box and a drink or burger/wrap, fries and a drink for £5. We can order that on the day. If you have any questions then get in touch with John Jordan via Facebook Messenger or email: fanboythreemanchester@gmail.com https://www.facebook.com/events/1127819167386164/?ti=icl
  3. CaptainCon is back in 2019(and no longer super bowl weekend). This year its Feb. 8-10. Book your hotel now (you can cancel for free 24 hours before without a fee). Tickets are already on sale so get them now. Event will be 2-day 5 Round Gaining Grounds Malifaux event and there will be side events posted at a later date. Event will run the latest edition/gaining grounds pending any suprises. Come join us for some of the best Malifaux gaming a weekend can buy! https://tabletop.events/conventions/captaincon-2019 Make sure to reserve hotels for CaptainCon Feb 8-10! The room code is "CON" and you can cancel up to 24 hours before check-In for no charge (http://www.crownehotelwarwick.com/) Even if your only partially thinking of going good to get a room now. Rates are cheap too.
  4. mojopin

    [SPAIN] 50 ss tournament in Huesca

    Hi there we are holding a new event in Huesca Saturday 17th of November (10:00 am): 50ss tournament gg18 schemes and strategies in a more competitive enviroment. (20€ inscription fee, lunch included) There will be prizes assured for every atendant. https://www.facebook.com/events/566229057163815/ Event will take place in: LALOLA: Av. los Danzantes de Huesca, 16, 22005 Huesca ROUND 1: Deployment: Corner Deployment (10) Strategy: Ply for Information (Rams) Schemes: * Surround Them (Rams) * Covert Breakthrough (1) * Set Up (3) * Inescapable Trap (6) * Vendetta (12) ROUND 2: Deployment: Standard Deployment (1) Strategy: Symbols of Authority (Masks) Schemes: * Punish the Weak (Masks) * Covert Breakthrough (1) * Dig Their Graves (2) * Hold up their forces (4) * Public Demonstration (13) ROUND 3: Deployment: Standard Deployment (5) Strategy: Public Executions (Tomes) Schemes: * Eliminate the Leadership (Tomes) * Undercover Entourage (5) * Search the Ruins (8) * Take One For the Team (10) * Public Demonstration (13)
  5. Good day Wyrdos, The fourth Faux at the Forge event has a date and is now up. As always this will be hosted at Stormforge Hobbies and Games in Warrington (Unit 6, Linerva House, Milner Street, Warrington WA5 1AD), there is onsite parking and lunch will be provided (dietary requirements please get in touch with me here or the store through their contact page). The event will be 3 rounds using GG18, fixed faction and 50ss. The results will be submitted to the rankings so if you do not want to be included please let me know at the time. The days schedule will be: 10-10:30 - Registration/welcome10:30-12:45 - Round 112:45-1:15 - Lunch/Best painted vote1:15-3:15 - Round 23:30-5:45 - Round 36 - Awards/raffle and goodbyes Prize support will be provided by Wyrd and there will be trophies for the winner, best painted and the bottom player at a minimum, further awards/trophies will be given out based on numbers etc. The event page on Facebook and the Tickets, there is a reduced ticket price until mid August to entice those early birds. We have space for up to 18 players. Any questions please ask and as always thanks for the support Paid entrants 1. Jonathan Cooper (paid) 2. Kevin Gillett (paid) 3. Cai Bird (paid) 4. Radek Bry (paid) 5. Simon Bloomfield (paid) 6. Daniel Vrsansky (paid) 7. James Crosby (paid) 8. Zed Strong (paid) 9. Paul Butler (paid) 10. Jason Fox (paid) 11. Emma Newham (paid) 12. Alyx Drake (paid) 13. Stuart Killoran (paid) 14. Danny Moss (paid) 15. Alison Whitfield (paid) 16. Matthew Jones (paid) 17. Luke Cocksedge (paid) 18. John Jordan (paid)
  6. Hello everyone! October 20, single tournament 35 SS at Korolev. Date & Time: Saturday October 20 11:00 till 19:00 Contacts: "HobbyGames Korolev" Korolev, Moscow region. Kosmonavtov ave., 20A, "Helios", 219 https://vk.com/hobbygames_korolev
  7. First of all sorry for my english and possible game mistakes, I didn't take notes in the tournament and I can do mistakes here. This will be a different Tournament report, I will tell you my impressions and my game style, that report will be of the valuable actions of every turn, and I will save my oponent crews in case they do not want to teach them, I will not post my crew or his crew, but if you read you cant take notions of it. G1 Darky NB Zoraida G2 Jon Ortiz TT McCabe G3 Rober Resus Yanlo G4 Linar Guild Hoffman G5 Antonio Arcanist Ramos G1 Zoraida's crew with 2 Will o'the Wisp to summon Grupps from the 2Ap of the Mother and Dolls from Zoraida, for me his biggest error was expose Zoraida to Snow charge on T2, with my Gamin I can kills Zoraida really fast. T1 With one push from Angelica Banasuva charge to Nekima T2 He expose Zoraida to do an Obey on Snow and Snow charge her T3 Snow kills Zoraida, Sandeep kills enemy sucker one Will o'the Wisp T4 Nekima kills my sucker and later I kill Nekima with my Vendetta Oxfordian, Sandeep kills the Spawn Mother T5 With only a few models in enemy crew I take the rest of the points One great game and great opponent, his crew seems powerful with the Will o'the Wisp taking 2Ap's actions I was took Vendetta on Nekima, Sucker on one Oxfordian and the central mission was Ply Result: 9 - 5 Win. G2 McCabe's crew with a Emissary, Jorogumo and a lot of minions to give upgrades, the deployment kills my enemy, he put his 50mm miniatures cover the rest of the crew and the escenography doesn't let him pass T1 Banasuva charge to McCabe and Snow discard IE to charge Yin with the Gamin and engaged with Luna and Emissary T2 Snow kills Yin and Luna, my crew takes positions and do some dmg on his crew T3 Sandeep kills Jorogumo, the Oxfordians kills Emissary, a Monk and dismount McCabe T4/T5 McCabe move, reactivate and move to take points, I kill the rest of the enemy crew except Sun Quiang for Take the Prisoner My opponet loss for the table elements, he play good the miniatures but he can't pass and with my placements, pushes and teleports I doesn't have problems with that I was took Hold up, Take the Prisoner and the central mission was Symbols, I kills so fast his crew that I can't take points of Hold up, mistake here Result: 7 - 2 Win. G3 Yanlo with full spirits and Sybelle + 2 Rottens, so much movement tricks in this crew T1 One Oxfordian take Vendetta from Datsue Ba, Banasuva kills 2 Seishins to cut his activation control, a Rotten takes Vendetta from one Oxfordian T2 He expose Yanlo and Snow charges to him, mi crew takes positions and do some dmg T3 Sandeep + one Oxfordian kills Yanlo, Snow charge and engage with 3 miniatures, the rest of the Oxfordians push the wagon and do some dmg T4 I kill his sucker with fire that was Datsue Ba, he doesn't take points and I take 2 points from Vendetta, I kill all his crew except Sybelle, Chiaqui and 1 Rotten that can't let me move his wagon to denny his points T5 Continue the fight to move his wagon nothing inportant happens I can't kill Sybelle or Chiaqui, and can't move the wagon My opponent plays pretty well but his crew have a lot of incorporeal models and my crew have full Ca attacks, that lets me kill him really fast I was took Vendetta, Hold up and the central mission was Symbols Result: 10 - 5 Win. In that point I was happy but knew the last day would be hard, what I didn't know was how fucking lucky that I was going to be... G4 This man plays milimetrical, is a really good player, and his crew, for me, is the best in Malifaux: Hoffman + Ryle T1 He do his chain on Ryle with triple Obey and kills 2 of my Oxfordians, Sandeep push him closer and summon Banasuva and Gamin, Banasuva hit him, and later Snow walk and hit him with the first big luck of the day RJ on dmg, Ryle ends to 1Wd T2 Snow discard IE and triple hit with and... can't do 1 dmg on Ryle he has Df8 because of 'El Mayor', Hoffman Obey Ryle and get him out of the combat, Banasuva charges to Hoffman T3 My Sandeep kills Hoffman with a moderate on , Ryle can't come closer because I can summon a Metal Gamin or teleport an Oxfordian to kill him, we fight for the points, place markers and move carefully T4 Snow kills Ryle and engage with Francisco T5 Angelica push my miniatures to get points and Sandeep kill the Guild Investigator that deny my markers For me the most dificult game in the tournament, we move very carefully but when I start with 2 Oxfodian killed that was terrible, for my luck I have the RJ on dmg from Snow and that was a reliable point, in all moment I try to get my important miniatures like Sandeep or Snow in the range of Medical I was took Eliminate the Leadership and Search the Ruins central mission was Public Executions Result: 10 - 1 Win. G5 I know he is a great player and in fact are the only with me that goes 4 - 0 so that will be hard again, he plays the Vox Ramos list, that push you with Mauler, Cojo and Captain and does 12 - 16 dmg out cards, bad news T1 Like in the G4 we move carefully, he put Strike markers with Ramos and the Child, I push an Oxfordian out of range of the markers, and summon Banasuva and Gamin ready to charge the Mauler, at this point starts the fight, he uses the Captain to push my Banasuva back, but I move one Oxfordian and shot my own Banasuva to push him again in charge range, Banasuva charge to the Mauler with +1dmg and , doing 9dmg + burning on the bear, and with melee expert atack hit the captain with a RJ on dmg, he prevents but gets BJ and die... this is the second point of luck and the biggest, Mauler dies at the end of the turn for burning T2 At this point he lost so many pushes, and the Strike markers doesn't are effective, I have the table control. Snow discard IE and charge to Union Steamfitter to try kill him and stop the scrap generation from Ramos, Snow can't do it and Sandeep finish the job T3/T4 I kill all his miniatures except Ramos, that can't move from his deployment zone, we decide stop play in this point I really have a lot of luck in the fist charge, because my Banasuva can't cheat the fate, the Mauler have a low defense but the Captain ... and he has bad luck on the prevention. Opponent crew and game style was good and hard but sometimes the deck want to speak. I was took Undercover and Guarded Treasure, central mission was Ours Result: 8 - 2 Win. I play a hight movilithy crew, pushes, teleports, placements and more pushes, with two/three heavy hitters and two supports, all the games have the Medical near to my key miniatures like Sandeep, Snow or Oxfordians My priority was engaged or kill his valuable miniatures with Banasuva/Snow and take position with my Oxfordians all the time that I hit I do with thx to the Gamin Try to not waste cards on hurt, select the right moment and waste cards on kill, a miniature do the same job on 1Wd or 10Wd Hope you enjoyed this report and thanks for reading
  8. Looking forward to seeing as many people as possible at the next wayland event which is being held on Sunday November 4th to avoid clashing with other events, this will be a great chance to squeeze in those last few practice games before Nationals. Venue: Wayland Games, 17-19 Eldon Way Hockley SS5 4AD Entry: £10 Paid on the day at the event or in advance via https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/malifaux-monthly-wyrd-and-wonderful-tournament-tickets-50600617810 Date: November 4th 2018 Starting at 10:00 and finishes by 18:00. Date Confirmed. Rules: 3 rounds, 50SS, fixed faction. GG2018 strats and schemes to be used. Rounds will be 120 Minutes long. Player Scoring: This will use the standard scoring for tournaments in the UK. Bag 'o' tools will be used. Thus event will be submitted for UK rankings. please advise the TO on the day if you wish to remain anonymous Round 1, 10.45-12.45 Standard Interference Punish the Weak, Dig their Graves, Undercover Entourage, Take Prisoner, Vendetta Lunch 12.45-13.15 Round 2, 13.15-15.15 Corner Supply Wagons Gaurded Treasure, Take one for the Team, Show of Force, Hold up their Forces, Vendetta Round 3, 15.30-17.30 Flank Symbols of Authority Punish the Weak, Set up, Inescapable trap, Cover Breakthrough, Search the ruins, Prize Pool: Will be provided both by @Kewldown and Wayland Games. Entries 1. Tony Fenton 2. Reice Chaudhry 3. Soner Hasan 4. Harley Lazzle
  9. Master of Unexpected The Malifaux tournament in Brno. Fixed master list, 50ss tournaments on Saturday of 20.10.2018 we start at 10:00 and tournament should end around 18:00 in Brno Black Oil gaming club. Parking is possible next to the club and food and drinks are available. Prizes ensured. Come, it is gonna be big!
  10. 10/27/18Registration Time: 11:00am. Start Time 11:30am.50 soul stone crews.$10 for fully painted, $15 for partially/unpaintedThree rounds of play with a break between the 2nd and 3rd rounds. Where:Legions Hobbies and Games1130 Perry Highway Pines Plaza Shopping Center Pittsburgh, PA 15237 p: 412.366.3725 info@legionsgames.com Prizes will be based on participation, but will include first, second and best painted. Players must have printed copies of their stat and upgrade cards. Hiring pool of 100 soul stones and declared factions for each player. Hiring pool restrictions: Leaders are not factored into the Hiring Pool Soulstones, but should be listed. • A Henchman that a player might hire as part of a crew and not a Leader at some point during the Tournament is included in the Hiring Pool. • Out of Faction models may be included in a Hiring Pool if one or more special hiring rules would allow those models to be included in at least one Crew the player might build. These models do not cost an additional Soulstone when calculating the Hiring Pool total. However, when generating a Crew list for a Tournament round apply any hiring discounts or increases as per the special rules for those models being included in that Crew (e.g. Comes Cheap, Mercenary, or Dues Paid). • A player does not need to include models in his or her Hiring Pool if the model does not cost Soulstones (e.g. Summonable models) just as they would not need to include them in a standard Crew’s points. - A player will include any upgrades. For any questions PM lostnemesis or https://www.facebook.com/LegionsGames/
  11. Hello, Wyrd people from all over the Malifaux! We are glad to invite you to another Latvian Malifaux tournament. This one will be last in 2018 using GG2018 Feel free to ask any unanswered questions in this thread. Format: Single-faction, Master-led, 50ss When: Saturday, December, 8th, TBA Where: Dreamforge Latvia, Arhitektu 1, Riga, Latvia. Capacity: 8-17 player; 3 rounds x 135 min each Strategy & Schemes: GG2018, Strategies & Schemes will be announced at the event. Rules: GG2018, latest Errata & FAQ released prior to December, 1st, 2018 are used. Attendance fee: TBA Prizes: Official prize pack corresponding to the number of participants. 1 Small mystery box raffle for those who are not getting the main or secondary prize. "Wooden spoon" is choice of Dreamforge credit (9 EUR) or "Consolation Cocktail" from GameStation Bar (9 EUR) for the last place. Other: All models should be assembled and based on right-sized base. All models have to be carefully painted. Proxy according to GG2018 rules is allowed. Other proxy models need to be approved by the organizer before the event. Full-color copies of model cards and upgrades printouts from rulebooks are allowed. Malifaux suited deck is mandatory. (If you do not have one, inform organizer to prepare a deck for you). To register, please reply below or send a message to malifaux.Latvia@gmail.com with the subject "The X-Mas Faux Tournament". Please, include your name and contact method (phone number). Be prepared to pay part of the participation fee before the event. All registered applicants are listed below. 0. rganizer/Henchman/Proxy-bot: Tiaburn 1. Vladislav 2. Olga 3. Andrej 4. George 5. 6. 7. 8. --- Funded! --- 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.
  12. 50 Soulstones Tournament Date: October, 13th, 9:30 - October 14th 15:00 Location: Highlander Games Bremen, Bgm. Smidt-Str. 41, 28195 Bremen Rules: - fixed Faction - Gaining Grounds 2018 Rules set with one exception: No painting is required, but when Initiative is tied a fully painted crew wins against a not fully painted crew. - 5 Games, 3 on Saturday, 2 on Sunday - Up to 32 players To Registrate write me a Message or visit https://www.tabletopturniere.de/t3_tournament.php?tid=22017
  13. Hey guys the next installment of Wayland Malifaux is coming round I can confirm Wyrd prize support is being supplied for this event. There will be an initial cap of 12 people but more spaces will become available one we hit 10 players, wryd prize packs will be used on the day with the potential for extras from the store if attendance is high enough Venue: Wayland Games, 17-19 Eldon Way Hockley SS5 4AD Entry: £10 To be Paid on the day at the venue. Date: September 23rd 2018 Starting at 10:00 and finishes by 18:00. Date Confirmed. Player Slots: 12 Available. Rules: 3 rounds, 50SS, fixed faction. GG2018 strats and schemes to be used, but rotation is not being followed, as this would get a bit repetitive. Rounds will be 120 Minutes long. Player Scoring: This will use the standard scoring for tournaments in the UK. Bag 'o' tools will be used. Thus event will be submitted for UK rankings. please advise the TO on the day if you wish to remain anonymous Round 1, 10.45-12.45 Schemes & Strategies: Deployment: Corner Strategy: Symbols of Authority Scheme 1: Punish the Weak Scheme 2: Set up Scheme 3: Inescapable Trap Scheme 4: Show of Force Scheme 5: Take one for the Team Round 2, 13.15-15.15 Schemes & Strategies: Deployment: Standard Strategy: Head Hunter Scheme 1: Eliminate the Leadership Scheme 2: Dig the Graves Scheme 3: Search The Ruins Scheme 4: Recover Evidence Scheme 5: Public Demo Round 3, 15.30-17.30 Schemes & Strategies: Deployment: Flank Strategy: Ours Scheme 1: Gaurded Treasure Scheme 2: Covert Breakthrough Scheme 3: Undercover Entourage Scheme 4: Inescapable Trap Scheme 5: Vendetta Prize Pool: Will be provided both by @Kewldown and Wayland Games. The event can also be found here https://www.facebook.com/events/464771557351060 Entries 1. Reice Chaudhry 2. Troy Ashdown 3. Harley Lazzle 4.Andrew Humphries 5.François Langton 6.Richard Walters 7.Tony Fenton 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Soner Hassan (ringer)
  14. We are happy to announce our 3rd Malifaux Tournament in Schweinfurt. Its a GG18, 3 round, 50 soulstone tournament. When 28.10.2018 Where Jugendhaus Schweinfurt Fee 10€ More Information and Registration If you have more questions, feel free to contact me.
  15. Come down to Lost Planet Games in Torrance CA for our inaugural Malifaux Tournament! This Halloween themed event features official Wyrd Prize Support and some extra spooky goodies for the attendees! The 35 point 3-round event is aimed for new players to come in and meet other Wyrd enthusiasts and to easily wade into the foreign into organized play. (Future events will likely be at more standard/higher SS levels). Come on down and meet the community and have some fun with us! Soulstone Cap - 35 When - October 6th, 12PM Where - Lost Planet Games, 4626 Del Amo Blvd, Torrance CA More information call the store: 310-504-0518 or feel free to PM me! ~Shannon
  16. The Good, The Guild and the Ugly is a 1-day tournament on Sunday 29th July 2018. We will be using Gaining Grounds 2018 for strategies and schemes and will be a 50ss fixed faction event. The venue is Board and Swords Hobbies, 3 Jubilee Parkway, Jubilee Business Park, Stores Road, Derby DE21 4BJ. Tickets will be sold via the store website and will cost £15 each, we will provide a buffet lunch as part of the entry fee. Hot and cold drinks can be purchased in-store. Facebook Group Tickets There will be trophies for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, best painted and most sporting. The competition will be 3 x 2-hour 15-minute rounds, this includes 15 minutes of set up time. Regular time updates will be provided and when time is called you will finish the current activation and complete any scoring. The strategies and schemes will be predawn, the event will be on "Bag-o-Tools". Schedule: 10:00 - Registration 10.30 - Game 1 12.45 - Lunch 13.15 - Game 2 15.45 - Game 3 18.00 - Prizes Set your sat navs for 3 Jubilee Parkway rather than the store, they try to take you through the council works. The venue is next door to “Yes Electrical”. There is a large and free car park. Runners 1. Tommy Brown 2. Alex Billing 3. Bert Diamond 4. Mike Elvins 5. Tristan Malone 6. Tristan Malone +1 7. Owen Barnes 8. Elliot John 9. Thomas Chapman
  17. Seven Brides for Seven Ten Thunder Brothers is a 1-day tournament on Sunday 30th September 2018. We will be using Gaining Grounds 2018 for strategies and schemes and will be a 50ss fixed faction event. The venue is Board and Swords Hobbies, 3 Jubilee Parkway, Jubilee Business Park, Stores Road, Derby DE21 4BJ. Tickets will be sold via the store website and will cost £15 each, we will provide a buffet lunch as part of the entry fee. Hot and cold drinks can be purchased in-store. Facebook Event Tickets There will be trophies for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, best painted and most sporting. The competition will be 3 x 2-hour rounds. Regular time updates will be provided and when time is called you will finish the current activation and complete any scoring. The strategies and schemes will be predawn, the event will be on "Bag-o-Tools". Schedule: 10:00 - Registration 10.30 - Game 1 12.30 - Lunch 13.00 - Game 2 15.15 - Game 3 17.30 - Prizes Set your sat navs for 3 Jubilee Parkway rather than the store, they try to take you through the council works. The venue is next door to “Yes Electrical”. There is a large and free car park.
  18. Tenshi

    [SPAIN] Camino al Nacional 18

    ¡Come have some fun and practice for the Spanish Nationals! Where: LaGuarida TableTopClub: Calle Bagatza 9, Barakaldo (Bizkaia). When: Sunday, September 16 - 2018 Doors open at 9.30. First round starts at 10.00 What: A 3 round tournament. With prizes for everyone! Rounds last for 120 min. Between rounds 2 and 3 we'll have an hour to eat. The schemes will be: Round 1: Public Executions Round 2: Symbols of Authority Round 3: Ours If you're interested, fill out this form: http://laguarida.tacticalsuicide.com/2018/torneo-veraniego-de-malifaux-18/
  19. Malifaux Event Saturday 9/15/18 M2E 50SS Tournament Event Date: Saturday - September 15th 2018 Location: Games Plus - 101 W. Prospect Ave Mt. Prospect Illinois, 60056 Phone – (847) 577-9656 http://www.games-plus.com/ Entry Fee: $15 in store purchase of your choice. (that’s right you keep what you buy) 1st Place– Games Plus Gift Certificate 2nd Place– Games Plus Gift Certificate 3rd Place– Games Plus Gift Certificate Additional Prizes Assorted other goodies Painting Rules: Models do not have to be painted for this event but they have to be properly assembled and securely based. If we get 8 or more participants, I'll submit the results to the United States Faux Tour for the 2019 Masters. Tournament Rules: Gaining Grounds 2018 Number of Rounds – 3 Rounds Crew Construction - Single Faction 50 stones Round Time Limit – 120 minutes includes 15 minute setup Strategy: Gaining Grounds 2018 Deployment Type – Gaining Grounds 2018 Scheme Usage – Gaining Grounds 2018 Scoring – TP/Diff/VP Schedule 10:00AM – 11:00AM – Tournament set up and Registration 11:15AM - 1:15PM - Round 1 1:15PM – 1:45PM – Lunch Break - (on your own) 1:45PM – 3:45PM - Round 2 4:00PM – 6:00PM - Round 3 6:30PM Awards Presentation Round 1 Deployment: Standard Strategy: Ply for Information Schemes: Surround Them, Covert Breakthrough, Undercover Entourage, Show of Force, Vendetta Round 2 Deployment: Flank Strategy: Public Executions Schemes: Eliminate the Leadership, Dig Their Graves, Set-Up, Hold Up Their Forces, Take one for the Team Round 3 Deployment: Close Strategy: Guard the Stash Schemes: Guarded Treasure, Inescapable Trap, Search the Ruins, Take Prisoner, Recover Evidence
  20. ReeJkl

    09/09/18 Kazan Tournament 50SS

    Good afternoon everyone. I invite everyone to our tournament on Malifaux, taking place in the club of Geek Wars in Kazan. Format - 35SS, GG 2018 All information is available on the link -https://vk.com/miniwar16?w=wall-25533561_3626%2Fall
  21. Hear ye, hear me! It's that time again citizens of malifaux for the greatest event in the nsw calander! The CASTLE ASSAULT 2018 - you heard it correctly ! 5 games - fixed faction - GG2018 --==( KING OF THE CASTLE )==-- Achievement list - to be crowned king of the castle and take home the inaugural royal ring.... If you can pry it from Vanilla Dice's grip!
  22. Preface: I just had a game of Malifaux in my VASSAL league that caused my opponent to concede on me as well as leave the league mid-turn 2. The tipping point was shooting the 1-wound, engaged, double Defensive First Mate with his Sue, managing to hit him via randomize (burning a bunch of high cards) only to find out that the First Mate had perfect camouflage, which, alongside the cover he was in, put Sue on a negative flip to hit, ultimately causing him to fail (although I believe I could have cheated to win regardless). My opponent was flustered, being already in a bad headspace after an interaction where he flipped a card too many which we had to meticulously put back, reflip (VASSAL UI wasn't doing us any favours). He was angered by me not telling him that the First Mate had Perfect Camouflage, because he'd definitely had done something else with his activation then. In my defense, I wasn't paying attention (looking at the rules for models, planning my next activation) and only learnt of his attack after he had flipped. I did not intentionally mislead my opponent. I did, however, relish the fact that he was put on negatives. After failing his second shot, which fell on Francois, he gave up, saying something about how he usually plays against nicer opponents. He wasn't in a bad spot game-wise, and it could have easily gone either way. I did a little self-reflection, and I think he has a point. Playing against me isn't much fun. Now I was in the tournament mindset, (I had mentally accepted I was probably going to lose because I was playing a master for a first time, so I wasn't actually _that_ keen on winning) fact checking, making sure that everything was in the right order, but I might've overdone it. I'd like to know how to be a more fun opponent to play against. I've played against numerous capable tournament players, and while it's never been easy, it's always been a pleasant enough experience (when the Summoner mirror doesn't clog up the board - Ha!). So it's certainly possible to play with a competitive mindset, and still ensure that other people are having a good time. One solution is to ask my opponents for a post-match evaluation, which I think I'll do - that will help identify problems. Now the question is, "How to solve 'em?" I don't claim to know myself perfectly, definitely have some blind spots, but preliminary analysis gives me the following points to tackle: Slow Player: I'm slow as heck. Now, not every game finishes within 2-2.5 hours, and that's fine, but it's rare for me to finish a game in that time. Analysis Paralysis plays a huge role in this one, and I often find myself overwhelmed at the sheer breadth of options Malifaux offers. Might also have something to do with the fact that I like to try out new models and masters, which only expedites the issue. I consciously stay away from Summoners because I know they're bound to make me even slower, but even as is, I'm slow. Does anyone have any advice here? I think someone already made a lengthy post about this topic, so I'll have a look at that as well. Is putting up a timer for myself, perhaps 90 minutes to start out with, a good answer? Lack of Communication: At times, I get so fixated on trying to figure out what the next move was going to be that I fail to talk to my opponent and become unavailable. Of course this is made worse by online play (I think I'll mostly stick to in-person games from now on), but it is this personal flaw that led me to quit Netrunner - I had a particularly nasty engagement that required a judge ruling in Bratislava, and did not feel like continuing to play afterwards, so I sold my collection. The need for exactness: This is probably common, but I require my opponents to measure their moves out, and only move as much as they're allowed to. Now this is fair, but most likely also extremely annoying to face. Those couple of extra millimeters that they might get won't kill me. What I should do here, in my opinion, is to ensure that I'm staying within my allotted movement area, and hope that my opponent does the same. Now this is easier said than done, as in the heat of the moment I might still get caught up, but I think I'll get more fun out of the game for myself and my opponent if I stopped quibbling over every enemy move. I've never insulted an opponent, (I'd like to say I've never willfully hidden important information from my opponent but I'm certain it has happened once or twice - my opponent and I once forgot that Barbaros had his taunt aura up and I still feel bad about that), but there's more to being a good opponent than that it seems. And I'd like to learn. If you've got any tips or advice, it'd be much appreciated.
  23. Welcome fellow browsers of the Malifaux forums, today’s little bit of gossip is about the Soulstone Heist an event in one of the far flung corners of South Yorkshire (so far flung in fact that it nearly hit Nottinghamshire). This Malifaux Tournament will consist of three 120 minute round with a fixed faction and 50ss crew using the Original Schemes & Strategies, yes that’s right those from the M2e book one (yea like anyone can remember how to play those hehehehe). We have prizes for 1st, 2nd & 3rd along with some prize for sportsmanship and a raffle for everyone that has entered to win an alternative sculpt model of some description. As tradition dictates last place will be awarded a Pot Noodle. Now we only have space for 12 people so first come first served so book your tickets early (you also get a £5 discount for booking in advance). The Venue: Impact UK, 63 Laughton Road, Dinnington, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S25 2PN Shop Tel: (01909) 560273 Entry Fee: Advanced booked tickets £10 – On the door price £15 Rules Pack: Will be added soon Tournament Schedule Registration 9:30am Round One first card flip 10am – round ends at 12pm Feeding Time at the Zoo 12pm 12:45pm Round Two first card flip 1pm – round ends at 3pm Round Three first card flip 3:15pm – round ends at 5:15pm The Prizes Every players will be entered into a raffle for a Mystery Box of some shape or form. Then we have a bunch of Tokens, Counters & Widgets curtsey of Art of War Studios along with some in store vouchers from Impact Wargaming.
  24. Koukheras

    [Russia] [Omsk] First Fall Tournament

    Hey Wyrdos! It's time to breathe a sigh of relief after the hot summer and have some goofy fun. The "First Pancake, or One Day Till Turnover" tournament will take place in "Podzemel'ye And Dragon" store on 09/02/2018, staring at 10 AM. Format - Fusion, meaning: 1-st round - Henchman Hardcore rules. 2-nd round - 35 SS GG18. 3-rd round - 50 SS GG18. Official Malifaux decks, GG18 proxies. No painting requirements - so no extra pressure so far.
  25. Tinker, Taelor, Soldier, Spy returns with Tinker, Taelor 2: this is a beginner friendly tournament at Dark Sphere in the heart of London. This will be a sixteen player, three round, fixed faction event. Strategies and Schemes are pre-determined and are revealed below. If there is sufficient demand, we may be able to expand beyond 16 players. Tournament Pack can be found here Dark Sphere is located close to Lambeth North underground station, or a short walk from Waterloo station. To make the event as accessible as possible for new players I have built in an extra fifteen minutes to the round time – if you are an experienced player that feels this unnecessary, I recommend using the extra time to practise trash talking your opponent... There will also be an award for the best placed “new” player to keep things interesting. To remove as much pressure on new players as possible, the strategies and schemes we will be using for the event are included below. Tournament Schedule Each game will last two hours and fifteen minutes including set-up. 10:30-11:00 Registration 11:00-13:15 Game 1: Ours // Flank Deployment Guarded Treasure / Set Up / Hold Up Their Forces / Inescapable Trap / Vendetta 13:15-14:00 Lunch & Painting Competition 14:00-16:15 Game 2: Public Executions // Corner Deployment Eliminate the Leadership / Dig Their Graves / Undercover Entourage / Search the Ruins / Take Prisoner 16:25-18:40 Game 3: Guard the Stash // Standard Deployment Guarded Treasure / Dig Their Graves / Show of Force / Take One for the Team / Recover Evidence 18:40-19:00 Clear-up and prizes In the event of odd numbers of participants, a ringer will be available who will not score tournament points. Tickets are available from the Dark Sphere website, priced at £10 each. Go to: www.darksphere.co.uk Hoping you can make it down and join us for a fun day of flipping cards! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me on the Wyrd Forums (@Skitt_Happens) or on the Dark Sphere Malifaux Facebook group. Many thanks Tom 1. AJ Barr 2. Luke Grundy 3. John Burgess 4. Luke Athiko 5. Tobias Dracup 6. Rob Jones 7. Troy Ashdown 8. Andy Bradshaw 9. Reice Chaudhry 10. Leo Rautonen 11. James Henley 12. Samuel Thompson 13. Nick Featherstone 14. James Trevallion 15. 16.