Here is a sample of some of the demo and participation games that will be running:
A recent games survey of our members was held to find the most commonly played games at the club over 2014. We had 21 responses.
Thanks everyone who put entries in the Painting Tattoo.
The results from each category are:
1st - Taliban Soldiers, Marcus (Eureka)
2nd - Tiger Tanks, Greg
3rd - El Alamein 9th Div, Daniel (Battlefront)
Club favourite - Taliban, Marcus (with El Alamein one vote behind)
1st - Orcs, Lance (Mix of Citadel and Mantic)
2nd - Goblin Bayou, Paul (Wyrd)
3rd - Morgul Horde, Greg (Citadel)
Club favourite - Ogre army, Darryl (Citadel)
1st - Dust Axis, Lance (Dust Studios)
2nd - Ork Army, Travis (Citadel)
3rd - Battlefleet Gothic, Daniel (Citadel)
Club favourite - Dust Axis, Lance
1st - Lord of the Rings last stand, Greg (Citadel)
2nd - Drake Mountain Lords, Lance (Action Games Miniatures)
3rd - Goblin Bayou, Paul (Wyrd)
Club Favourite, 7RAR and LAV, Daniel
1st - Imperial Guard Cav, Greg (Eureka)
2nd - Agincourt English, Lance
3rd - Later Pre-Islamic Arabs, Marcus (Essex)
Club Favourite - Later Pre-Islamic Arabs, Marcus
Thanks for everyone who put an entry in. Photos will be available shortly.
This years AGM will be held at the club on June 25th. Nominations for positions need to be submitted in writing (including email) by June 11th. If you aren't able to attend please indicate who is handling your proxy votes. Don't forget that if you do attend there are free refreshments from the club and you can enter into the Armies on Parade painting competition for free.
Armies on Parade
Club members are invited to put their armies on display before the meeting. Competition judging will begin at 7:30 and entry is free for everyone who attends the AGM. There are five categories that you into. You can enter any number of categories but are only allowed one entry in each.
This category will cover all armies themed around science-fiction organised in at least platoon or company size. The category will also cover any Weird War II armies. It'll include categories such as Warhammer 40K, Warpath, Heavy Gear, Robotech, Dust Warfare etc.
Entries in this category are based on block formation armies as seen in games such as Warhammer Fantasy Battle, Kings of War, Hordes of the Things or Lord of the Rings Battles. The category will also cover Steampunk armies such as Dystopian Wars. The armies can have fantastical components such as dragons.
This category is for forces from skirmish sized wargames. This includes games such as Malifaux, Infinity, Drake or Ronin. Entries in this category cannot exceed 10 miniatures. Fantasy sports teams (Bloodbowl, Dreadball, etc.) are entered in this category too.
This category is for any army that covers WWII or later conflicts, or modern or near-future conflicts. This covers armies used with a wide variety of rules such as Bolt Action, Chain of Command, Flames of War, Nuts!, Force on Force and others. This category includes naval and air forces.
This category is for any historically based army from a period before WWII (including any conflicts preceeding 1939, such as the Spanish Civil War. It covers Renaissance, Medieval and Ancients armies. Rules sets for this period include Field of Glory, De Bellis Antiquitatis, Saga and Warhammer Historical. This category includes naval forces.
Each army may be accompanied by your own terrain or a display board. Miniatures can be in any scale for the categories, so 6mm Epic is allowed against 32mm Dust in Sci-Fi. Pre-paints can't be entered. Ideally people have painted their own army but armies painted by other people can be put in as your entry.
Each club member can enter one army in each category giving you five chances to win. Entries are to be put on display by 7:30pm. You don't have to register any armies before hand. Note that some armies may be able to eligible for multiple categories, for example a small Warmachine force could be considered a Skirmish force or a Fantasy force, but can only be entered in once category of the members choosing. Entry is free.
The best army prizes will be determined by the panel of judges. Judges will be examining the detail on each miniature as well as the look of the army in general. Where possible any historical accuracies for WWII/Modern and Historical will also be judged. As well as the judged results there will be a most popular prize as voted on by club members and a prize for a random voter. The prizes are gift vouchers to either The Hobby Matrix or Military Hobbies. Results will be announced before the AGM starts.
Don't forget to check out our upcoming tournaments. Malifaux players will be interested in joining in on The Northern Breach for a day of competition on June 21st.
There has been lots of activity at the club lately.
First we want to extend a big thank you to everyone who was at the Bunnings Sausage Sizzle raising funds for the club. In excess of $1800 was raised on the day. A fantastic effort from all involved.
Dauthus was run with a great turnout.Twenty seven people competed and the winner was Andy Penn with his Chaos Space Marines and Necron allies.
The Beserker competition is currently running. This is a Fields of Glory all periods competition.
A Malifaux grow league started this month. On April 16th there were 6 games of Malifaux going on at once.
The X-Wing Lightspeed competition is almost upon us. It will be running on May 10th. See the Tournaments page for more details. This competition is sponsored by The Hobby Matrix and includes some great prizes.
Twilight will be running again this year. This is an evening Warhammer 40K tournament. It is running on July 26th. Check the tournaments page for details. Northern Heresy will be runnig again in August.
June is approaching and it will soon be time for the next club committee to be elected. Now is the time to consider if you want to offer more to help the club continue running.
Also be sure to look for club members at Little Wars Adelaide. Many members are running demonstration tables on the day.