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The referee team for the 2015 WTC and Solo Masters announced.


Warmachine/Hordes World Team Championship

As the Warmachine and Hordes World Team Championship has become recognised as the pinnacle of play globally, it seeks to adhere to the highest standards of gaming.  One of the means needed to achieve this goal is to have an impeccable team of referees that will be able to match the level of player talent participating in the event.

The WTC Committee is pleased to announce the 2015 team of referees.  These team members were chosen based on their depth of experience and ability to evenhandedly resolve situations that arise during play.  Many of them are also veterans of past WTC events and so bring even more focused experience to the event.  We encourage all the players to lean on them to help them through tricky instances during their games.

Another goal for the Committee was to ensure we have a broad national representation on the team, which was achieved…

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One Way at Orange – Or How to Paint Orange


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Here I am going to explain how I paint my orange/brown used on my Aleph miniatures from Corvus Belli’s Infinity range.

What you will need are:

-Awesome Miniature (Yes, it has to be awesome!)
-Paint Brush
-Paints (in this case: German Grey [Vallejo Model Color], Gorthor Brown [Games Workshop], Orange Brown [Vallejo Model Color] and Scrofulous Brown [Vallejo Game Color]

1) Base Coat

Orange 01

Apply the base coat to the areas of the model you wish to paint with Gorthor Brown. Do not fret on being messy (at least as long as this is one of the first colors you are applying…).

2) First Shade

Orange 02

Start painting the darkest regions on your brown parts of the model. I try to focus on lower parts or sections where light is minimal or near non existent. It is not an exact science (doesn’t mean it cannot be), but it gets the job done…

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Spotlight – Iron Lich Overseer (Part 1)


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Ah the Iron Lich Overseer. Definitely the ugly duck of the Cryx family, the Iron Lich Overseer (ILO) brings a lot of unique abilities to the table, and yet, is chronically maligned pretty much across the board. In typical Lazarus fashion then, we’ll give this piece a bit of an extensive review, going what it does, how one is supposed to use it and what lists can we use it in.

As our only jack marshal option, the ILO a medium based model fundamentally designed to make managing the focus management of Cryx jacks easier while providing them with extra delivery and backup melee options. What we’ll soon find however is that the ILO is anything but simple; directed in his usage by the unique nature of Cryx jacks and balanced against his nearest competitors in the battlegroup or Aiakos led alternatives. As usual, Battlecollege will go over all…

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Templates & Widgets sponsors the 2015 WTC


Templates & Widgets sponsors the 2015 WTC.


Wyrmwood sponsors the 2015 WTC


Warmachine/Hordes World Team Championship

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The WTC Committee is pleased to announce Wyrmwood Gaming as a 2015 sponsor!

Wyrmwood is a small, customer-focused company founded by three friends, whose mission is to deliver exceptional craftsmanship and high quality materials to the tabletop gaming community. They hand craft Dice Vaults, Dice Trays, Dice Towers, and Deck Boxes out of premium hardwoods in their Massachusetts workshop.

Now they’ve crafted a new line for mini’s players, which will be unveiled at the Warmachine and Hordes World Team Championship! The Team and Solo Champions will receive a first ever custom version to immortalize their victory.

Check them out online at http://www.wyrmwoodgaming.com/

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