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Monthly Archives: January 2015
The WTC recognises that some regions of the world do not yet have large Warmachine and Hordes player bases. To help fulfil part of our charter to grow the game globally, the Committee has decided to offer players from these regions an easier way into the event.
If any player from these regions is willing to come to the 2015 event, they do not have to form a team from just their own country. Instead, the Committee will help coordinate players from around the region and assemble a joint team. Any player at all interested in making the trip should email us at email@example.com and we will take care of the rest.
Essentially we hope to have players from Mexico on down to the tip of South America in one team. Likewise, a pan-Asian team of (for example) Japan, Singapore, China, Thailand, and India could form a second team. Even if you…
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Another busy weekend of gaming just gone. First there was the tryouts for the English WTC team on the 24th up in Stockport. Followed by Bristol Indepentant Gamings first WmH tournament Tides of War Winter.
Starting with the WTC tryouts, once again myself and my best hobbit friend Ryan (we’re inseparable) went up to Stockport. Ryan was on the selection commitee and I had managed to qualify for the tryouts. Our weekend started early on Friday as we decided to spend the morning/afternoon driving up and chilling before getting some games in during the evening.
So my lists for the tryouts were the Fist (no surprise) and a Xerxis2 list I’d made for the lulz.
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Candidates for the USA WTC Team submitted resumes to apply for the team. USA WTC Voters earned the right to vote by winning a Warmachine Weekend or Iron Gauntlet event. Voters ranked fifteen candidates. The player ranked first place would receive 15 points, the player ranked second place would receive 14 points, etc. The ten players with the highest vote totals have earned a place on the USA WTC Teams. Here are the totals from the voting:
Will Pagani 251
Brian White 249
Ryan Chiriboga 243
Jay Larsen 225
Jake Van Meter 219
Tom Guan 212
Brandon Cating 206
Mike Puryear 183
Jeremy Lee 174
Brian Marino 117
Trevor Christensen 117
Chad Shonkwiler 103
Charles Arrasmith 88
David Smith 69
Dan Sammons 66
Kurt Hindman II 52
Trevor Attridge 38
Michael Ireland 17
Mark Stanley 8
Herman Orgeron 7
Trent Bates 2
There is a tie between Brian Marino and…
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