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well basically the game store makes a list and both players has to play the same list. if you dont have the models they have enough for both players. we had a tournament where the winner would keep the models. it was 2000 pts. 50 dollars ticket and we had to qualify by playing a normal 2000pt game where we can use our models or the stores models. i lost in the qualifiers.but im wondering if any of you guys ever had a game where you will use the same exact list? if so how did it go? if not its prity fun.
Hrrmmm... 10 people playing at 50 bucks a pop. Prize is a 2000 pt army? I'd say a mediocre 2000 pt army would cost in excess of $200, at the minimum. Sounds like a good time. Charging an entrance fee would keep out a lot of players though. I might try something like this. I've got a ton of starter box models that I never painted that I could use for prizes. Could it be done with two separate lists? Each opponent plays one side, then switches and plays the same opponent using the other army. That way, I could use the starter box armies: Space Marines vs. Orks.
I like the sound of this - really does look at the skill of the general rather than the army they field. The advantage would go to the people who already play that army as they would know it better but it would be fun.
Tau: 6K - W17-D3-L4, Orks: 4K - W9-D0-L2, SM: 7K - W7-D3-L4,CSM: 4K W5-D1-L1, Nids: 3.2K W3-D0-L2
Apoc games (mixture of armies used): W5-D0-L1