World Wide War is a global 40K event created by Spencer Harding and Philip Johnson, the hosts of the 40K Radio podcast. The idea is to set a record for the most people playing in one tournament, by hosting it at different venues around the world on the same day.
Saturday 20 September 2008
Ringwood Warhammer Club
5 mins walk from Ringwood train station
World Wide War is a one
day Warhammer 40,000 5th Edition event.
Full rules for the event are
World Wide War website for
information about the global prizes.
Locally we have decided to keep the costs low and offer no additional prizes or trophies, aside from the framed certificates. Mostly, come along for a fun day of 40K with big armies!
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50 places available for the Melbourne event. (The event needs 10
players as a minimum to be recognized in the global competition.)
set-up - volunteers appreciated
Set up armies on first round table for Player's Choice judging
Q. Why play
in World Wide
War in Australia?
To have fun, to be part of it, and to sling around 1750 point armies, which is more than the Australian tournament standard. It will also be interesting to try out US GT conditions. Oh, and to prove that we're the best 40K players in the world, of course!
Q. There is no separate
category for army composition. Should I be scared?
Q. Do I need to submit a
written army background?
Q. Do I need to send in
my army list?
Q. Can I request a
Grudge Match or a Blood Rule?
Q. Where are the details
and battle points?
Q. What's a Freeboota?
Q. My question was not
For local enquiries,
contact Mark Morrison on 0411 238-427
Email bassst AT optushome AT com DOT au
PM "Mark of Nurgle" on WargamerAU
Site last updated 8 June 2008