Everybody loves supervillains and if you have them in your Batman crew, even better!
But we won’t judge you if you prefer the lighter side of the Law!
Over the course of the day, you will compete in 3 games of Knight Models’ Batman Miniatures Game against various opponents.
To take part, you will need a 350 rep, $1500 funding crew, built to the most up-to-date rules published by Knight Models.
The event will follow the Batmatch rules, with the following requirements in place:
Standard List Configuration (Single List)
Legend Models are not permitted
Standard Painting (no requirement) but there will be a Best Painted Prize!
In addition, Magic Users (characters with the Magical Power: X rule) are not permitted.
The scenarios for use in the tournament will be taken from the Batmatch scenarios, and will be revealed on the day.
Prizes will be handed out to all competitors, with the emphasis being on fair play and fun gaming for all.
While the winners will get more prizes, no one will go home empty-handed.
The results from this event will count towards the Nothing But 1’s Batman Championship 2018
Places are limited for this event, so please ensure you purchase your ticket to guarantee your space.
Tickets cost just £10 and are available from Bag Of Holding, either pop in to the Gaming Centre or buy online at bagofholding.co.uk.
Places are £25 and are limited to 30 people. Receive a brand new Pre-Release pack containing 4 Sun & Moon Set #7 “Celestial Storm” boosters and a special booster to help you build a working deck which also includes a promotional card.
11 – 11:30 – deck building.
11:30 – 12:15 – Round One
12:15 – 13:00 – Round Two
13:30 – 14:15 – Round Three
14:15 – 15:00 – Round Four
Rounds will be played best of 3
Welcome fellow Planeswalkers to Augusts edition of Magic the Gathering Draft 2018 Series.
This month I have a Treat for you modern players. Masters 25!
Registration is from 10.00am with a kickoff at 11.00am
Tickets are £38 on the day or 36 if you buy in advance.
What is a Draft Event I hear some of you ask?
Well Wizards of the coast explain it best:
Want a way to play that offers a level playing field and lets you check out new cards at the same time? Then a limited format like booster draft may be for you. Unlike constructed formats, where you arrive with a carefully constructed deck ready to play, limited formats allow you to build a deck from new cards as part of the game.
At the start of booster draft, each player opens a booster pack and picks a single card. (Don’t show the other players what you pick!) Then everyone passes the rest of their pack to player on their left, each player then picks a card from the pack they just received before passing again. This process continues until all the cards in those packs have been drafted. Then each player opens a second pack, but this time, you pass the pack to your right. After all those cards are drafted, you do the same with the third pack, passing to the left again.
Once all the packs have been drafted, everyone builds a deck from the cards they have selected. You may add as many basic lands (Plains, Islands, Swamps, Mountains, and Forests) to your deck as you’d like, but each deck must have at least 40 cards.
This is a Conspiracy take the crown draft.
The Prize pool contains 12 boosters as its 1.5 per player.