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From HORNED RAT II in Wellington, New Zealand 11th - 12th July, 2009
1st: Beasts of Chaos
2nd: Vampire Counts
3rd: High Elves
5th: Orcs & Goblins
8th: Ogre Kingdoms
9th: Wood Elves
10th: Dark Elves
14th: ME with Dwarves
1st: Ogre Kingdoms
2nd: Beasts of Chaos
3rd: Orcs and Goblins
4th: Chaos Dwarfs
5th: ME with Dwarves
Interestingly Daemons of Chaos which alot of people are picking as tournament favourites lately placed 15th and 22nd overall
BEASTS won? BEASTS?!?!
Every army in the top ten is different? Wow. Very interesting.
Again, congrats on 14th place - not bad at all.
Soooo.... how much did they cheat? Or how badly did the Daemon and VC-players suck?
What kind of composition scoring did you use? ETC?
"Should take you a while though because of your sloth like pace"
Click here and watch Gedderz try and cross the road
Got a "good" rumour from a GW staffer? Forget about it, LO'ers know more than any random GW shop staffer.
Voor alle nederlanders:
The Dutch Legion
Comp was worth 25% of total points, Beasts of Chaos scored 21.7/25 - 2nd best comp score overall after Ogre Kingdoms
Basically the tournament was offensive orientated, i.e., you either got a close draw with <400VP difference between you or you got a win comp scoring reflected that somewhat.
Standard New Zealand comp scoring also seems to reward a high % of core choices, good mix of units, rather than focusing on 1-2 types (e.g., a VC army full of Ghouls and Wraiths and nothing else). Other unwritten rule is keep PD under 10
Oh so it didn't win every game, it got points for being fluffy...