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PostPosted: Thu Apr 18, 2024 2:48 pm    Post subject: Historicon 2024 Events

-Players must check in 30 minutes prior to listed start time.
-One list from published army list books.
-African Warrior draft lists allowed.
-Generals must be rolled. Preset terrain. 25mm only.
-Only 1 TF may be *attempted* to be placed beyond 240p of the rear edge. Roll 1-2, fails and can only be placed in the Rear Zone (or at all, player's discretion), Roll 3-6, placed as player desired per rules.
-JLS armed cav fight 1.5 ranks in HTH combat versus any foot when charging, counter charging and pursuing.
-Barbarian Foot Rules in effect with the following addition:
Under 2(a), add "following up" as a new condition for counting 3rd/4th ranks in HTH.
-Special Rules: Deployment rules in effect.
-X Rules 2.512, 2.52, 2.53, 5.11, 6.2, 8.6, 11.1, 17.1 and 17.2 in use.
-Roman Rules Players Guide and all X-Rules contained therein.
-Armies with Army Standard and an option for a Sacred Standard may upgrade to the latter for free.
-3.5 hr rounds.

Thursday

Warrior National Championship Prelim
Noon 8:30pm; 1600 pts. Round 1: Noon; Round 2: 5:00pm.
GM: Scott Holder


Friday
Rise of Carthage Theme
9am 10pm; 1600 pts weighted.
Round 1: 9am; Round 2: 1:30pm; Round 3: 6pm.
http://www.fourhorsemenenterprises.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=17965
GM: Todd Kaeser


Saturday

Warrior National Championship Finals
9am 10pm; 25mm, 1600 pts.
Round 1: 9am; Round 2: 1:30pm; Round 3: 6pm.
GM: Scott Holder

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PostPosted: Wed May 15, 2024 10:18 pm    Post subject: Preset terrain

Scott: Will terrain this year be similar to last years in that of mostly open tables with one duned? Or different?

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PostPosted: Tue May 28, 2024 9:35 pm    Post subject:

I'm going to have 4 kinds of tables:

2 "weird" tables which will be the winter table with the frozen lakes and the desert table. The desert table will be somewhat cluttered with dunes and oasis like last year whereas the winter table will have 2 lakes and the usual hills with impassible portions, woods, etc. Thus, if you avoid the lakes like the plague, it too will be cluttered.

2 "open" tables which will be just that, low hills, nothing steep.

2 "annoyingly cluttered" tables which will be akin to how I setup Saturday tables for many years.

2 "mixed" tables with just that, a mix.

That accounts for 16 players. If I have more, I'll decide on the spot what else to add from the "non-weird" tables but probably avoid "annoyingly cluttered" depending on how I lay out the "weird" tables.

My hope is that I can get everybody over the course of 5 rounds to play on each type of table once and then it'll be a crapshoot as to the 5th table. But my guess is that'll be impossible to do given the numbers and how pairings will play out over 5 rounds. I'll do the best I can.

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