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Ground Zero Comics Tournament Report from July 23, 2016


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This is the Tournament report from the recent GenCon prep Tournament conducted at Ground Zero Comics in Strongsville, OH on July 23, 2016.

Here are the Tables.

Table 1, The Train Station

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Table 2, The Gentrified City

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Table 3, The Boom Town

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Table 4, The Slums after a Fire

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Table 5, The Great Henge

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Table 6, The Cemetary (unused table)

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Table 7, The Ancient Village (unused table)

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I will be posting more in game photos (with better focus) throughout the day (so many photos to sort through...

For those interested in the tournament Strategies, Schemes, and results follow this link here.

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Round 1

Table 1-Tom McFarland (7 vp) vs Tony Lipira (8 vp)

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Table 2-Max Wildenhaus (4 vp) vs Taylor kanka (6 vp)

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Table 3-Bill Redifer (4 vp) vs Kevin Becker (1 vp)

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Table 4-Mick Lanning (5 vp) vs Elliot Frank (6 vp)

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Table 5-Chris Rall (3 vp) vs Creed Hensley (5 vp)

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The Group in the heat of round 1

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Round 2 (This round featured the largest Vp disparities)

Table 1-Bill Redifer (3 vp) vs Taylor Kanka (9 vp)

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Table 2-Chris Rall (6 vp) vs Kevin Becker (2 vp)

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Table 3-Elliott Frank (7 vp) vs Tom McFarland (3 vp)

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Table 4-Creed Hensley (6 vp) vs Tony Lipira (1 vp)

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Creed promises me there is Killjoy under that umbrella and curtain.

Table 5-Mick Lanning (2 vp) vs Max Wildenhaus (10 vp)

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Round 3

Table 1-Elliott Frank (5 vp) vs Max Wildenhaus (6 vp)

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Table 2-Tony Lipira (5 vp) vs Bill Redifer (3 vp)

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Table 3-Taylor Kanka (7 vp) vs Creed Hensley (6 vp)

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Table 4- Chris Rall (4 vp) vs Tom McFarland (3 vp)

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Table 5-Kevin Becker (4 vp) vs Mick Lanning (6 vp)

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Thank you, we definitely tried to present boards that would be fun to play on, serve as a good example of terrain density (50% coverage with multiple types), had a definite theme, and also provided fair tables for all players.

It was a difficult task but I would like to thank those who assisted with them by either providing materials (Game Mats and Terrain) and/or providing a "competitive eye" for balancing things between sides and crews.

I am hoping to make this a biannual event for the area.

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