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Top Three AoS Lists for Garage Skirmish I (RTT)

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This is the top three AoS lists for Garage Skirmish I that took place in Serbia on the 18th of November. It saw 8 players vying to be crowned champion in a 5-game tournament.

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The Top Three AoS Lists

Army Faction: Idoneth Deepkin
Army Subfaction: Nautilar
– Grand Strategy: Overshadow
– Triumphs: Indomitable

LEADER
1 x Lotann (110)
1 x Akhelian King (220)*
General
– Command Traits: Unstoppable Fury
– Bladed Polearm and Falchion
– Artefacts: Armour of the Cythai
– Mount Traits: Voidchill Darkness
1 x Akhelian Thrallmaster (100)**
1 x Isharann Soulrender (100)**
– Artefacts: Arcane Tome
1 x Isharann Tidecaster (130)**
– Spells: Hoarfrost

BATTLELINE
20 x Namarti Thralls (110)*
– Icon Bearer
3 x Akhelian Ishlaen Guard (170)*
3 x Akhelian Ishlaen Guard (170)*
10 x Namarti Reavers (160)**
10 x Namarti Reavers (160)**

BEHEMOTH
1 x Akhelian Leviadon (400)
– Mount Traits: Reverberating Carapace

TERRAIN
1 x Gloomtide Shipwreck (0)

CORE BATTALIONS:
*Vanguard
**Warlord

TOTAL POINTS: (1940/2000)

Yuri Vybornov: In my list, I tried to combine all the best options Idoneth have – excluding sharks, which became a popular trend since the last Battlescroll, but will soon disappear again. Also, shark spam, in my opinion, isn’t the most thrilling way to play Idoneth and has some obvious weaknesses. So I decided to try a list of combined arms – my favourite type of list. Important note – i had only a couple of games with this army in the third edition, so I had to think theoretically about building my roster.

Heroes of the idoneth provide major buffs to the already decent units, so I packed five of them – Lotann, Thrallmaster and Soulrender for buffing and reviving, Tidecaster solely to give me access to the second Ritual if need arises (spoiler: it didn’t. Though there are always chances to meet some shooting-heavy lists, such as Hedonites, Kharadron Overlords, and Cities. In such situations, a combination of rituals of Deep-sight and creeping mist could grant me some major advantages). Akhelian King was there to do what Akhelian King does best – slaying stuff. And oh boy, did he deliver some major pain.

I’ve chosen Nautilar solely to make the otherwise lacking Leviadon worth 400 points – I knew that it was a controversial choice for the Enclave, but this sweet rend -3 on damage 4 attacks was needed, in my opinion. I think it paid off, as in all 3 games, the turtle did some heavy-lifting as well.

I also had doubts about 2 units of 3 Ishlaen, though I intended to use them as ultimate objective-grabbers. They did their job very well due to their speed, some consistent damage output, and decent survivability. These guys ain’t no joke, and now I think I will be taking them as the core part of the list as they do their part really well. It’s very easy for them to take control of the objective from other skirmish units – such as skinks, Dawnriders, or even river-trolls they faced in the 1st round of the event.

In all cases, they killed their opponents without losing any models themselves, which is very important, as they were able to continue their play until the end of the battle. After securing the objective, they also had plenty of roles to fulfil – chase down the opponent’s beaten units, assassinate heroes, and even support the main line if need be.

Finally, Namarti are Namarti – reavers were manoeuvrable shooting-support, capable of inflicting some hurt to enemy armies and sometimes even killing charging foes in unleash hell due to their bonuses «to hit». Their colleagues, thralls, backed up by Thrallmaster, Leviadon, Lotann, and Soulrender, were capable of holding their ground pretty well in all three games and inflicting solid damage in return. To round it up, the lists turned out to be quite well-balanced – it has speed, some high rends, weight of dice attacks, decent distance threats, and some decent survivability. The only weaknesses it has are inherited – idoneth strive to deliver and survive mortal wounds and playing with magic in general, which almost proved to be fatal against Seraphon and Lumineth. But their strong sides can mitigate those to some extent for sure.

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Army Faction: Lumineth Realm-lords
– Subfaction: Zaitrec
– Grand Strategy: Spellcasting Savant

LEADERS
Sevireth (270)*
The Light of Eltharion (230)*
Ellania and Ellathor (190)*
Spells: Etheral Blessings, Speed of Hysh
Vanari Lord Regent (150)*
Spells: Protection of Hysh, Speed of Hysh
Scinari Cathallar (120)**
Spells: Merciless Blizzard, Total Eclipse
Scinari Enlightener (170)**
General
– Command Traits: Loremaster
– Artefacts of Power: Phoenix Stone
– Spells: Hoarfrost, Merciless Blizzard, Protection of Hysh, Speed of Hysh

BATTLELINE
Vanari Auralan Wardens (150)
– High Warden
– Spells: Overwhelming Heat, Protection of Hysh
Vanari Bladelords (360)
Bladelord Seneschal
– Sunmetal Dual Blades
Vanari Dawnriders (120)
Steedmaster
– Spells: Overwhelming Heat, Speed of Hysh

OTHER
Vanari Dawnriders (120)
Steedmaster
– Spells: Overwhelming Heat, Speed of Hysh

ENDLESS SPELLS & INVOCATIONS
1 x Hyshian Twinstones (30)
1 x Suffocating Gravetide (30)
1 x Quicksilver Swords (60)

TERRAIN
1 x Shrine Luminor (0)

CORE BATTALIONS
*Command Entourage – Magnificent
**Andtorian Acolytes

TOTAL POINTS: 2000/2000

Milan Popovic: My list has a few important things that make it joker-like. I have Sevireth that is fast and good at distraction and in chasing small heroes down. Bladelords are a good punching unit as well as Light of Eltharion. Dawnriders were in all games used as an additional screen with one unit of wardeners, but their purpose was to chase small units and to give support to Sevireth. Spell diversity I got from the Magnificent of Command Entourage battalion. The list is like a castle moving until I slingshot a unit of bladelords fully buffed that picks up important units and destroys them. Wih Enlightener that can cast speed of hysh if and his Rune of Enthlai it is possible to launch Light of Eltharion as well. It’s a well-rounded list that only suffers from spreading too much. Some small tweaks to the list would make it even more deadly. Better first strike placement with wardens, and maybe trading dawnriders for sentinels could make good change. Also, Sudden Translocation from Ellania and Ellathor makes them unreliable enough.

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Allegiance: Slaanesh
Host: Godseekers
– Mortal Realm: Ghur
– Grand Strategy: Selfish Desire
– Triumphs: Indomitable

LEADERS
Keeper of Secrets (400)*
– General
– Command Trait: Hunter Supreme
– Shining Aegis
– Artefact: Girdle of the Realm-racer
– Lore of the Pursuer: Paths of the Dark Prince
The Masque (150)**
Sigvald, Prince of Slaanesh (200)*
Syll’Esske, the Vengeful Allegiance (200)*
– Lore of the Pursuer: Progency of Damnation

UNITS
5 x Seekers (140)*
5 x Seekers (140)*
5 x Seekers (140)*
5 x Blissbarb Seekers (220)*
5 x Slickblade Seekers (220)**

BEHEMOTHS
Chaos Warshrine (180)*
Mark of Chaos: Slaanesh
– Universal Prayer Scripture: Heal

CORE BATTALIONS
*Battle Regiment
**Vanguard

TOTAL: 1990/2000

Miljan Otovic: The idea behind this list is to play as much as possible to HoS’ main advantage, which is, in my opinion, speed.

So, all units are fast, and the main idea behind it is to concentrate heavily hitting units and take out as many of opponents’ damage dealers as possible – as fast as possible.

For screening and objective grabbing are used Seekers, while everything else is hitting and “pinning” the opponent in the opponent’s zone. Keeping his units and damaged dealers occupied, preferably for a few turns.

Keeper of Secrets and Sigvald are attacking characters (sometimes with Mask too) and destroying support ones on 1st turn if possible.

After that, there is trading between hitting elements of the army, but at that point, it goes in favour of the HoS.

One big drawback for this list is that it is “dice dependent”. Or more “average dependent”, any early skew in opponents’ favor makes victory near impossible. “

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Final Tournament Placings

To view all of the results for the tournament please follow the link below to Best Coast Pairings

Best Coast Pairings

Top Three AoS Lists for Tetsworth’s War And Treachery 

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This is the top three AoS lists for Tetsworth’s War And Treachery  that took place in the UK on the 28th and 29th of October. It saw 20 players vying to be crowned champion in a 5-game tournament.

Because the tournament has 20 or less players we won’t be commenting on the lists.

Before I jump into the Top Three AoS Lists, I wanted to remind everyone of our friendly Discord server where you can join in the conversation with the Woehammer crew and suggest articles or series for the website.

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The Top Three AoS Lists

Army Faction: Lumineth Realm-lords
– Subfaction: Zaitrec
– Grand Strategy: Spellcasting Savant
– Triumph: Indomitable


LEADERS
Scinari Enlightener (170)*
– General
– Command Traits: Loremaster
– Artefacts of Power: Rune of Senthoi- Spells: Merciless Blizzard, Overwhelming Heat, Protection of Hysh,
Speed of Hysh
Scinari Cathallar (120)*
– Spells: Hoarfrost, Total Eclipse
Ellania and Ellathor (190)**
– Spells: Etheral Blessings, Overwhelming Heat
The Light of Eltharion (230)**
Sevireth (270)**
Knight-Venator (140)***


BATTLELINE
Vanari Dawnriders (120)
– Steedmaster
– Standard Bearer
– Spells: Overwhelming Heat, Speed of Hysh
Vanari Auralan Wardens (150)**
– High Warden
– Spells: Solar Flare, Total Eclipse
Vanari Bladelords (240)***
– Bladelord Seneschal
Vanari Bladelords (240)***
– Bladelord Seneschal


ENDLESS SPELLS & INVOCATIONS
1 x Hyshian Twinstones (30)
1 x Ravenak’s Gnashing Jaws (70)
1 x Suffocating Gravetide (30)


TERRAIN
1 x Shrine Luminor (0)

CORE BATTALIONS
*Andtorian Acolytes
**Warlord
***Wizard-finders of Andtor


TOTAL POINTS: 2000/2000

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Army Faction: Hedonites of Slaanesh
– Army Type: Pretenders
– Grand Strategy: Selfish Desire
– Triumphs: Inspired


LEADER
1 x Glutos Orscollion (480)*
– Spells: Born of Damnation
1 x Contorted Epitome (230)*
– General
– Command Traits: Strength of Godhood
– Artefacts: The Crown of Dark Secrets
– Spells: Hoarfrost
1 x Lord of Pain (140)*


BATTLELINE
11 x Blissbarb Archers (170)*
11 x Blissbarb Archers (170)*
5 x Seekers (140)*


OTHER
5 x Blissbarb Seekers (220)
5 x Slickblade Seekers (220)*
5 x Slickblade Seekers (220)*


CORE BATTALIONS:
*Battle Regiment

TOTAL POINTS: (1990/2000)

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Army Faction: Soulblight Gravelords
– Army Type: Legion of Night
– Grand Strategy: Spellcasting Savant
– Triumphs: Bloodthirsty


LEADER
1 x Vengorian Lord (300)*
– Artefacts: Shard of Night
– Spells: Vile Transference
1 x Mannfred Von Carstein (400)**
– Spells: Waste Away
1 x Necromancer (100)**
– Artefacts: Morbheg’s Claw
– Spells: Merciless Blizzard
1 x Vampire Lord (150)**
– General
– Command Traits: Unbending Will
– Spells: Hoarfrost


BATTLELINE
3 x Fell Bats (90)
3 x Fell Bats (90)
3 x Fell Bats (90)
40 x Deadwalker Zombies (300)**


BEHEMOTH
1 x Terrorgheist (240)*
1 x Terrorgheist (240)*


CORE BATTALIONS:
*Linebreaker
**Warlord


TOTAL POINTS: (2000/2000)

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Army Faction: Slaves to Darkness
– Subfaction: Knights of the Empty Throne
– Grand Strategy: Overshadow
– Triumph: Bloodthirsty


LEADERS
Chaos Lord on Manticore (240)*
– General
– Mark of Chaos: Nurgle
– Command Traits: Death Dealer
– Chaos Runeshield
– Daemon Blade
– Artefacts of Power: Helm of the Oppressor
Chaos Lord on Karkadrak (180)*
– Mark of Chaos: Khorne
– Nullstone Adornments: Pouch of Nulldust


BATTLELINE
Varanguard (560)*
– Mark of Chaos: Khorne
– 6 x Fellspear
Chaos Knights (440)*
– Mark of Chaos: Nurgle
– Doom Knight
– Hornblower
– Cursed Lance
– 2 x Standard Bearer
– Ensorcelled Banner: The Eroding Icon
Varanguard (560)*
– Mark of Chaos: Khorne
– 6 x Fellspear


CORE BATTALIONS
*Battle Regiment

TOTAL POINTS: 1980/2000

Roland Rivera: At first look, this looks like your bog standard Empty Throne list – lots of Varanguard for hammering things off the table, an anvil of Knights up the middle to pin the opponent down and do some damage in the process, and Heroes to support those two units. However, this one has a very spicy curveball in that it’s not running any magic, which is a typical staple of Slaves to Darkness. Instead, this list is suiting up with a rarely-seen Hero Monster in a Chaos Lord on Manticore, which brings something most of these lists lack – a durable source of Roar.

Speaking of that Manticore Lord, the pilot made some choices inclined towards its staying power in combat by marking it Nurgle, choosing the Daemon Blade (for mortal wound output in melee) and Chaos Runeshield (for a 3+ save and a 5+ Ward v. mortal wounds), and giving it Death Dealer for a once-per-game boost in output. I personally question giving that to the Manticore Lord over the Karkadrak Lord (which is a naturally punchier unit, made even more so by being marked Khorne over Nurgle), but I’m sure there was a reason behind this decision.

All in all, this is an interesting twist on a classic Slaves to Darkness list. I’m not sure it’s a better approach that using magic to buff your units up, but it certainly stands out more on the tabletop.

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Final Tournament Placings

RankNameWinDrawLossTotal
1Mikey Gilson
Lumineth Realm-lords
50079
2David Narcisi
Hedonites of Slaanesh
40170
3Steve Curtis
Soulblight Gravelords
40162
4Phil Jupp
Slaves to Darkness
30266
5Bryn Roberts
Sons of Behemat
30260
6Andy Jennings
Ogor Mawtribes
30258
7Joseph Asplet
Orruk Warclans
30257
8James Cross
Ossiarch Bonereapers
30255
9Dan Tadman
Slaves to Darkness
30253
10Dan George
Kruleboyz
30249
11Cameron Lightfoot
Seraphon
20351
12Kenneth Gibson-Chhetri
Maggotkin of Nurgle
20351
13Johnny Armstrong
Skaven
20345
14James Hanson
Kharadron Overlords
20338
15Russ Ward
Maggotkin of Nurgle
20337
16Michael Browning
Ossiarch Bonereapers
20335
17Jack Davenport
Ironjawz
20327
18Rob Montgomery
Stormcast Eternals
10439
19Angus Brain
Maggotkin of Nurgle
10436
20Robin Graham van Seters
Lumineth Realm-lords
00532

Six Nations Lists: Six Takeaways

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The Six Nations AoS Teams Tournament is coming up soon, where England, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Sweden and Wales will compete against each other and the lists have just been released. To give you an overview of the kinds of matchups that will be coming up and what we can learn from the submissions of these national teams, we’ve come up with six takeaways from the lists.

For reference, here’s all the army lists in one handy download (courtesy of AoS 6 Nations, Underworld Gaming and Mediocre Hobbies)

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Blood for the Blood God…Apart from in Scotland.

Of the Six Nations, all countries took a Khorne variant apart from Scotland, underlining how powerful Khorne are in the current meta with their ability to march across the board and stomp their authority on any game. Prayers are clearly going to be a key part of the Khorne strategy alongside the ubiquitous Murderlust for those out of phase movements. Only one Skarbrand out of the five lists, but lots of Wrathmongers and Flesh Hounds with one Bloodlords list with waves of Bloodletters. Other popular lists included Soulblight Legion of Night with Manfred appearing in three of the four lists; Seraphon Fangs of Sotek with double Ark of Sotek Bastiladon; three King Brodd’s Stomps, with three bigs and three littles and three Disciples of Tzeentch Guild of Summoners lists with 12 Enlightened on Discs.

Give me ALL of the Primal Dice!

While there are lots of battle regiments in the lists as expected, the next most common battalion is Andtorian Acolytes for those extra Primal Dice. In most cases, the lists in question could not fit into a single battle regiment, but rather than going for a second battle regiment, those extra Primals seemed to be worth going to a three drop list minimum. Alongside a high frequency of Merciless Blizzard, the potential for a single hero phase to turn around what should be an easy win to a loss (or vice-versa) is definitely there. Even just being aware of the threat will impact on the opponent’s strategy, which might be enough to get a positive result for your team.

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Fight me, you coward!

We are clearly in a combat-heavy meta at the moment, with the vast majority of lists focusing on winning the battle by fighting in combat as opposed to relying on ranged shooting attacks. Both Daughters of Khaine lists have eschewed the Bow Snakes for the Fighty Snakes; there are no Lumineth Sentinels at the event; even Kharadron Overlords are much more focused on fighting out of a Frigate rather than Thunderers blasting away from range. There are a couple of exceptions, with all of the Idoneth lists having a healthy amount of shooting, with even the Namarti-heavy list having 40 Reavers and the Shark lists having a huge number of attacks that will also explode on 6s. It will be interesting who these will be matched up with because the lack of return shooting from their opponents could really swing the matchup in the fish-elves favour!

OB – Where?

One of the more underrepresented armies of the top echelon recently are Ossiarch Bonereapers, with only two nations choosing to collect the Bone Tithe and both of these being Null Myriad lists. The points increases on Immortis seem to have done the trick as there are only two units at the event, with Deathriders and Mortek picking up the slack. Perhaps this isn’t surprising as only a quarter of the armies at the event are heavy magic-users and the pairings process can potentially avoid a single anti-magic army. Other notable missing armies include Beasts of Chaos, Ogor Mawtribes and Kruleboyz – just kidding! As recently as a few months back, there would be less variation than we have represented, with nineteen of twenty-four battle tomes in attendance, showing how healthy the meta currently is.

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An Age of Heroes.

Across the lists, there is definitely a flavour of what unique heroes can bring to an army, not only narratively, but competitively too. Named characters who will be fighting it out include Gobsprakk, Katakros, Skarbrand, Brokk Grungsson, Kairos Fateweaver, Manfred Von Carstein, The Glottkin, Severith, Morathi and everyone’s (least) favourite angry dwarf, Gotrek. One of my favourite aspects of AoS is how cool it looks on the tabletop to have these centre-piece models battle it out and there will be ample opportunities for epic showdowns across the event with this array of heroes.

Skewl List, bro!

Most of the lists submitted are relatively close to a take-all-comers singles list too, but there are a couple of more skew lists that look really interesting that will cause absolute headaches for whoever gets paired into them. The IDK shark lists come close to this, but they’ve become a bit more mainstream, with several players running this list successfully. What might become more of a meta-list after this event and with the arrival of Belthanos on the scene is Andreas Angermund’s 18 Spiterider and 6 Seeker list. Firstly, respect to Andreas if he is transporting that many models with fragile and awkward wings but then to also give your opponent the dilemma of having these 24 flies be able to pre-game move 12″ before the game even starts…yikes! Another interesting list that could very quickly get across the table and punch you in the mouth is Greg Shelton’s 30 Black Knight list. Black Knights appear in several of the Soulblight lists, but no-one has gone as hard in as Greg has. If all three Black Knight units make a charge, Greg will be rolling 60 dice and expecting at least 20 mortal wounds as his return – scary stuff indeed.

So that’s six takeaways from the Six Nations lists. Best of luck to all competitors at what I’m sure will be a great event. Are there any interesting combos that I’ve missed? Please comment below if I have and let us know which list(s) you think will do the most work!

All the Lists for this Weekend’s Woehammer GT

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Top Three AoS Lists for Broken Ranks Q3 Illinois

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This is the top three AoS lists for the Broken Ranks Q3 tournament that took place in the USA on the 23rd and 24th of September. It involved 20 players vying to be crowned champion in a 5-game tournament.

Before I jump into the Top Three AoS Lists, I wanted to remind everyone of our friendly Discord server where you can join in the conversation with the Woehammer crew and suggest articles or series for the website.

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Also if there’s a one day or two day tournament you’d like us to cover drop us a comment on this post and we’ll have a look at it for you.

The Top Three AoS Lists

Army Faction: Kharadron Overlords
Army Subfaction: Barak-Mhornar
– Grand Strategy: Slaughter of Sorcery
– Triumphs: Inspired
– Stick To The Code (Amendments): Trust To Your Guns
– Stick To The Code (Artycles): Honour is Everything
– Stick To The Code (Footnotes): Without Our Ships, We Are Naught

LEADER
1 x Arkanaut Admiral (140)*
General
– Command Traits: Ex-Grundstok
1 x Aether-Khemist (100)*
– Artefacts: Spell in a Bottle
1 x Aether-Khemist (100)*

BATTLELINE
15 x Grundstok Thunderers (480)*
15 x Grundstok Thunderers (480)*
1 x Grundstok Gunhauler (170)*
– Sky Cannon

BEHEMOTH
1 x Arkanaut Ironclad (500)*
Great Volley Cannon
– The Admiral’s Flagship: The Admiral’s Flagship
– Great Endrinworks: Prudency Chutes

CORE BATTALIONS
*Battle Regiment

TOTAL POINTS: (1970/2000)

Carl Stokes: Another tournament, another glorious victory for the Dawi! Victor’s list sticks to the tried and true axiom of “if it moves, we can shoot it to death” and boy howdy does it work. Not much in the game can stand up to a juiced volley from 15 thunderers and with a 3+ save and rallying on a 4+ from the articyle “Honor is Everything”, it’s shockingly hard to clear out the unit.

When the new book was released, KO players immediately noticed the incredible advantage of having an unstoppable (and free) Soulscream bridge. Even after the most recent nerf, the ability for KO to sling 15 thunderers and/or an ironclad around the battlefield far outweighs the downside of not being able to make use of commands that turn. Plus, the bridge comes with a khemist, whose buff is not a command ability, and can further increase the output (and survivability) of thunderers around him.

The interesting twist in this list is the use of Mhornar rather than Urbaz. Using Mhornar makes it more challenging for opponents to make use of their precious command abilities at the cost of limiting you to one artycle. In a meta where OBR and seraphon are rampant, this provides a little extra utility to the matchup and can help overcome the massive problem of the Aura of Sterility favored by OBR.

The use of prudency chutes over the last word on the ironclad is also a bit of personal flair that can help KO overcome the loss of an ironclad. It’s not a perfect solution, though, since the way disembarking works is that embarked models must be placed within 3” of the boat BEFORE the boat is removed from play. You can’t place models in the cavity left by the boat’s demise. If you wrap the boat in close combat and kill it, everything inside it will die whether or not you have prudency chutes. But in a high shooting meta, preventing the 1/6 chance of losing key characters to an ironclad crash can be vital.

The tactical Gunhauler is also an addition I think more and more KO players will begin to adopt. The speed and utility of an unbracketable 3+ save chariot-esque model that’s unbelievably quick and packs a wizard-killing amount of shooting and bombs cannot be understated in a world where Andtorian Loci are key in many matchups. Victor clearly leaned into this aspect, taking Slaughter of Sorcery as his grand strategy.

All-in-all, the new KO book continues to show its strength, even after attempts at taking it down a few notches. The ease of the book battle tactics combined with the skewed gameplay of massive shooting backed up by shocking mobility is something that armies will have to be prepared to deal with at top tables and expect to see at most major tournaments. Victor has taken a classic KO archetype and made some incredibly well-informed alterations to maximize its power for the current meta which paid off in a big way with this first place finish. Congrats!

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Army Faction: Ossiarch Bonereapers
– Subfaction: Null Myriad
– Grand Strategy: Spellcasting Savant

LEADERS
Mortisan Boneshaper (140)*
– General
– Command Traits: Aura of Sterility
– Artefacts of Power: Artisan’s Key
– Spells: Hoarfrost
Mortisan Soulreaper (110)*
Spells: Merciless Blizzard
Arkhan the Black (380)**
Liege-Kavalos (180)**

BATTLELINE
Mortek Guard (390)**
Mortek Hekatos
– Nadirite Blade
– 3 x Necrophoros
– 3 x Soulcleaver Greatblade
Kavalos Deathriders (190)**
Mortek Hekatos
– Necrophoros
– Nadirite Blade
Kavalos Deathriders (190)**
– Mortek Hekatos
– Necrophoros
– Nadirite Blade
Morghast Archai (220)**
Spirit Halberd

BEHEMOTH
Gothizzar Harvester (160)**

ENDLESS SPELLS & INVOCATIONS
1 x Aethervoid Pendulum (40)

CORE BATTALIONS
*Andtorian Acolytes
**Battle Regiment

TOTAL POINTS: 2000/2000

Jake Cachey Muhr: The list is a response to the Immortis Guard recursion nerf – where previously taking a Boneshaper, Arkhan, and Katakros would allow for a potential 20 wound recursion per hero phase. With this being no-longer possible, I’ve opted to drop Katakros and the Immortis block for a Harvester, 30x Mortek Guard, and a Soulreaper (my Blizzard Wizard). This creates a pretty durable and scary area my opponent doesn’t want to get stuck into because first – mortek guard can slap pretty good, and also Blizzard Wizard is hanging around them typically.

On top of this I’m designed to capitalize on multiple battle tactics throughout the game. The new block, as mentioned above, can become a problem if stuck in combat for my opponent – but also opens up the tactic for Killing an Enemy with a spell (Blizzard/Pendelum/Etc), Finishing a unit with a Harvester (the Tithe Demands), and can stick me in combat with multiple units for Bait and Trap if needed. I can consistently use my more mobile units (Arkhan, Chargers, Archai) to set up for movement tactics from this GHB. And I’m consistently landing Trample the Defiant. Overall it’s an easy list to consistently land 5/5 tactics.

Without Katakros you lose a bit of your punch and bulk (no +1/+1 hit/Save) so you are forced to play a bit smarter than previously. Depending on opponent you cannot afford to over extend your auras, and Mystic Sheild needs to be getting placed on the right model every turn.

Positioning your harvester is also Key – you never want to be in a position where it can get blasted by a cheeky pile in. Remember that while it’s a good utility model – it also can bop things pretty hard (and has a shooting attack) so capitalize on it’s power when things line up correctly.

Arkhan does Arkhan things – your Boneshaper should always be close enough to heal your Mortek or whatever is going to be threatened – and your Soulreaper is an aggro model that sticks behind a screen at all times preparing for Blizzard.

These models are also extending your null myriad range – which gives a bit more flexibility if needed on multi-objective maps. You should never be in a position that you’re not rolling a 2+ spell ignore with this list.

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Army Faction: Beasts of Chaos
– Subfaction: Allherd
– Grand Strategy: Protect the Herdstone
– Triumph: Indomitable

LEADERS
Great Bray-Shaman (100)*
– Spells: Rupture
– Bonding: Krondspine Incarnate of Ghur
Great Bray-Shaman (100)*
– Artefacts of Power: Brayblast Trumpet
– Spells: Tendrils of Atrophy
Beasts of Chaos Tzaangor Shaman (120)*
General
– Command Traits: Twistfray Cursebeast
– Spells: Merciless Blizzard
Beastlord (140)**
– Artefacts of Power: Arcane Tome

BATTLELINE
Ungors (80)*
Gnarled Shortspear
Gors (220)**
Hacking Blade and Beastshield
Gors (220)**
Hacking Blade and Beastshield

BEHEMOTH
Krondspine Incarnate of Ghur (480)
Cygor (210)

OTHER
Dragon Ogors (210)**

ENDLESS SPELLS & INVOCATIONS
1 x Malevolent Maelstrom (30)
1 x Doomblast Dirgehorn (30)
1 x Aethervoid Pendulum (40)

CORE BATTALIONS
*Warlord
**Vanguard

TOTAL POINTS: 1980/2000

Joshua Bennett: With this GHB and new book we start out with, it has come to be the standard start of any BOC list with the double Great Bray Shaman and a Tzanngor Shaman.  With one Great Bray bonded with the incarnate.  The trick here is doing your rituals kills your great bray, allowing the incarnate to go wild and do incarnate things.

Also what we see here is three low casting endless spells that feed the Incanate when needed, tag along the Tanngor shaman with the high mobility and the once per game of +3 to cast, and that with primal dice it allows blizzard to be pretty reliable cast.  

The gors give you a very cheap and dependable screen unit to buy you they time and space for the incarnate to do his thing.  The ungors give that off the board threat to backline heroes, causing your opponent to be very careful on how they deploy.  One mistake can cost them some very important support early game.  

While the Incarnate is in your face pinning your army, it’s also causing your wizards to have the negative one to cast, then add the Cygor in the mix where you take mortals when you successfully your spells, a really great combo for this current meta state of wizards.  

All in all, with the screens you bring in the list plus the ones you summon with the artefact, this list has the power to tie you long enough for the incarnate to do its job.  It is very well built and as you can see from the results very well played.

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Allegiance: Slaanesh
Host: Pretenders
– Grand Strategy: Selfish Desire
– Triumphs:

Leaders
Glutos Orscollion, Lord of Gluttony (480)*
Lore of the Magnificent: Born of Damnation
Lord of Pain (140)*
Contorted Epitome (210)*
General
– Command Trait: Strength of Goodhood
– Artefact: The Crown of Dark Secrets
– Universal Spell Lore: Flaming Weapon

Units
11 x Blissbarb Archers (160)*
11 x Blissbarb Archers (160)*
11 x Blissbarb Archers (160)*
5 x Blissbarb Seekers (210)*
5 x Slickblade Seekers (210)*
5 x Slickblade Seekers (210)
Geminids of Uhl-Gysh (50)

Core Battalions
*Battle Regiment

Total: 1990 / 2000
Reinforced Units: 0 / 4
Allies: 0 / 400
Wounds: 123
Drops: 2

Joshua Bennett: This list takes a little different take on the normal pretenders list we see.  Just a refresher or for a new reader prenders allow you to aquire a lot of command points while also issusing the same command from your chosen general to three different units each phase.  

This list takes mostly the normal approach to the pretenders list.  Stacked with blissbarb archers that have a range of 18 inches that can run and shoot, putting the threat at 30 inches.  Tagged along with blissbarb seekers, it puts them at rend two.  That volume of shots topped with the rend makes this a deadly combination.  

The contorted is pretty much a staple in every pretenders list.  The strength of the godhood command trait added with a flaming weapon makes her a beat stick for every army to fear.  Gloutus is the one we dont normally see, but I can understand the draw to put this almost unkillable hero in any list.  With a 3+ save and a 5+ ward that heals up to six wounds after he fights, it is a problem for any army to deal with.  

The endless spell shuts off all commands and stops the All out Defence that naturally comes during the round of shooting.  This is a great list and was played well to bring it up to the top of the list.

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Top Three AoS Lists for the Irish Grand Tournament

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This is the top three AoS lists for the Irish Grand Tournament that took place in Ireland on the 16th and 17th of September. It involved 23 players vying to be crowned champion in a 5-game tournament.

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The Top Three AoS Lists

Army Faction: Sylvaneth
– Subfaction: Winterleaf
– Grand Strategy: Spellcasting Savant
– Seasons of War: The Dwindling


LEADERS
Alarielle the Everqueen (820)
– Spells: Verdant Blessing
Branchwych (110)*
– General
– Command Traits: Spellsinger
– Artefacts of Power: Seed of Rebirth
– Spells: The Dwellers Below, Verdant Blessing
The Lady of Vines (250)*
– Spells: Regrowth, Verdant Blessing


BATTLELINE
Dryads (100)*
Tree-Revenants (110)*
Tree-Revenants (110)*


BEHEMOTH
Treelord (230)
Treelord (230)*


ENDLESS SPELLS & INVOCATIONS
1 x Spiteswarm Hive (40)

CORE BATTALIONS
*Battle Regiment

TOTAL POINTS: 2000/2000


Army Faction: Gloomspite Gitz
– Subfaction: Jaws of Mork
– Grand Strategy: Protect da Shrine!
– Triumph: Indomitable x2


LEADERS
Squigboss (110)*
– General
– Command Traits: The Clammy Hand
Skragrott, the Loonking (230)**
Madcap Shaman (70)**

– Artefacts of Power: Moonface Mommet
– Spells: Itchy Nuisance
Webspinner Shaman (65)**
– Spells: Sneaky Distraction


BATTLELINE
Squig Herd (420)*
Squig Herd (420)*
Squig Hoppers (190)*
Moonclan Stabbas (120)**

– 3 Barbed Nets
– Pokin’ Spear


OTHER
Marshcrawla Sloggoth (170)*
Sneaky Snufflers (140)*


TERRAIN
1 x Bad Moon Loonshrine (0)

CORE BATTALIONS
*Battle Regiment
**Warlord


TOTAL POINTS: 1935/2000

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Allegiance: Khorne
– Slaughterhost: The Goretide
– Grand Strategy: Overshadow
– Triumphs:

LEADERS
Realmgore Ritualist (110)*
– General
– Command Trait: High-priest of Khorne
– Prayer: Bronzed Flesh
– Prayer: Unholy flames
Realmgore Ritualist (110)*
– Prayer: Killer Instinct
– Prayer: Blood Sacrifice
– Nullstone Adornment: Hand-carved Nullstone Icon
Bloodsecrator (120)*
– Artefact: Banner of Blood
Valkia the Bloody (140)**
Korghos Khul (160)


UNITS
20 x Blood Warriors (380)**
– Goreaxes
– 2x Goreglaives
– Reinforced x 1
10 x Bloodreavers (80)*
– Meatripper Axes
10 x Bloodreavers (80)*
– Meatripper Axes
10 x Bloodreavers (80)
– Meatripper Axes
5 x Flesh Hounds (100)
10 x Wrathmongers (280)**

– Reinforced x 1
5 x Wrathmongers (140)
5 x Wrathmongers (140)
Wrath-Axe (70)


CORE BATTALIONS
*Warlord
**Wizard-Finders of Andtor


ENDLESS SPELLS & INNVOCATIONS
Prayer

Total: 1990 / 2000


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Army Faction: Hedonites of Slaanesh
– Army Type: Godseekers
– Grand Strategy: Glutton for Depravity
– Triumph: Inspired

LEADERS
Glutos Orscollion (480)*
– General
– Spells: Paths of the Dark Prince
Infernal Enrapturess (120)*
– Artefacts of Power: Threnody Voicebox
The Masque (150)**


BATTLELINE
Seekers (140)*
– Banner Bearer
– Seeker Hornblower
– Heartseeker
Blissbarb Archers (170)*
– High Tempter
Seekers (140)**
– Seeker Hornblower
– Banner Bearer
– Heartseeker


OTHER
Slickblade Seekers (220)*
– Hunter-Seeker
Fiends (360)*
– Blissbringer
Slickblade Seekers (220)**
– Hunter-Seeker


CORE BATTALIONS
*Battle Regiment
**Battle Regiment


TOTAL POINTS: 2000/2000

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Top Three AoS Lists for the Smite Club Open

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This is the top three AoS lists for the Smite Club Open that took place in the US on the 9th and 10th of September. It involved 35 players vying to be crowned champion in a 5-game tournament.

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The Top Three AoS Lists

Army Faction: Soulblight Gravelords
– Army Type: Vyrkos
– Grand Strategy: Empire of Corpses


LEADER
1 x Necromancer (100)*
– Spells: Merciless Blizzard
1 x Vampire Lord (140)*
– Spells: Hoarfrost
1 x Lauka Vai (300)**
– Spells: Vile Transference
1 x Belladamma Volga (200)**
– Spells: Spirit Gale
1 x Gorslav the Gravekeeper (120)***
– General
– Command Traits: Spoor Trackers
– Artefacts: Ulfenkarni Phylactery


BATTLELINE
10 x Dire Wolves (140)**
– Doom Wolf
20 x Deadwalker Zombies (120)**
40 x Deadwalker Zombies (120)**
40 x Deadwalker Zombies (120)**
20 x Deadwalker Zombies (120)***
20 x Deadwalker Zombies (120)***


OTHER
1 x Corpse Cart (80)**
– Unholy Lodestone
– Corpse Lash
1 x Corpse Cart (80)***
– Unholy Lodestone
– Corpse Lash


CORE BATTALIONS:
*Andtorian Acolytes
**Battle Regiment
***Battle Regiment


TOTAL POINTS: (2000/2000)


Army Faction: Hedonites of Slaanesh
– Army Type: Godseekers
– Grand Strategy: Coveted Riches
– Triumph: Inspired


LEADERS
Shardspeaker of Slaanesh (130)*
– Spells: Merciless Blizzard
Infernal Enrapturess (120)*
– Artefacts of Power: Arcane Tome
Sigvald (200)**
The Masque (140)**
Keeper of Secrets (400)**

– Shining Aegis
– Artefacts of Power: Girdle of the Realm-racer
– Spells: Paths of the Dark Prince
Lord of Pain (140)***
– General
– Command Traits: Speed-chaser


BATTLELINE
Blissbarb Archers (160)**
Blissbarb Archers (160)***
Symbaresh Twinsouls (140)***


BEHEMOTH
Chaos Warshrine (180)***
– Prayers: Curse


OTHER
Blissbarb Seekers (210)**

CORE BATTALIONS
*Andtorian Acolytes
**Warlord
***Wizard-finders of Andtor


TOTAL POINTS: 1980/2000

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Army Faction: Soulblight Gravelords
– Army Type: Vyrkos
– Grand Strategy: Empire of Corpses
– Triumph: Indomitable


LEADERS
Gorslav the Gravekeeper (120)*
– General
– Command Traits: Spoor Trackers
– Artefacts of Power: Ulfenkarni Phylactery
Necromancer (100)*
– Spells: Merciless Blizzard
Torgillius the Chamberlain (150)**
– Spells: Fading Vigour
Belladamma Volga (200)**
– Spells: Spirit Gale
Vampire Lord (140)***
– Spells: Hoarfrost
Vampire Lord (140)***
– Spells: Merciless Blizzard


BATTLELINE
Deadwalker Zombies (240)*
Deadwalker Zombies (240)*
Deadwalker Zombies (240)**
Deadwalker Zombies (120)**
Deadwalker Zombies (120)**


OTHER
Corpse Cart (80)*
– Unholy Lodestone
– Corpse Lash
Corpse Cart (80)**
– Unholy Lodestone
– Corpse Lash


CORE BATTALIONS
*Battle Regiment
**Battle Regiment
***Andtorian Acolytes


TOTAL POINTS: 1970/2000


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Army Faction: Idoneth Deepkin
Subfaction: Dhom-Hain
– Grand Strategy: Dominion of the Deep Ones
– Triumph: Bloodthirsty

LEADERS
Eidolon of Mathlann Aspect of the Sea (310)*
Spells: Steed of Tides
Akhelian Thrallmaster (100)*
Isharann Tidecaster (140)**
General
– Command Traits: Teachings of the Túrscoll
– Artefacts of Power: Rune of the Surging Gloomtide
Spells: Hoarfrost
Battlemage (100)**
– Magic of the Realms: Wildform (Ghur)

BATTLELINE
Namarti Thralls (240)*
Icon Bearer
Namarti Thralls (240)*
Icon Bearer
Namarti Thralls (120)*
Icon Bearer

BEHEMOTH
Akhelian Leviadon (430)*
Mount Traits: Reverberating Carapace

OTHER
Akhelian Allopexes (150)*
Razorshell Harpoon Launcher, Barbed Hooks and Blades
Akhelian Allopexes (150)*
Retarius Net Launcher, Barbed Hooks and Blades

TERRAIN
1 x Gloomtide Shipwreck (0)

CORE BATTALIONS
*Battle Regiment
**Andtorian Acolytes

TOTAL POINTS: 1980/2000

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Final Tournament Placings

01 Thomas Guan – Harambe’s Heroes – Harambe’s Heroes
Soulblight Gravelords: Vyrkos Dynasty 92 / 88 / 88 / 87 / 89


02 Jeremy Lefebvre – Battleshock Immune – Battleshock Immune
Hosts of Slaanesh: Godseekers Host 92 / 87 / 87 / 24 / 88


03 Colt Hegardt – Harambe’s Heroes – Harambe’s Heroes
Soulblight Gravelords: Vyrkos Dynasty 92 / 21 / 88 / 88 / 83


04 Matt Nguyen – Scal United – Scal United
Ossiarch Bonereapers: Petrifex Elite 91 / 80 / 16 / 88 / 95


05 Kyle Calip – Scal United – Scal United
Ossiarch Bonereapers: Mortis Praetorians 85 / 20 / 88 / 85 / 88


06 Matthew Pashby – Corsairs – Corsairs
Slaves to Darkness: Hosts of the Everchosen 64 / 87 / 10 / 85 / 89


07 Aaron Newbom – Scal United – Scal United
Idoneth Deepkin: Dhom-Hain 92 / 85 / 88 / 56 / 26


08 Alec Jerome – Scal United – Scal United
Flesh-eater Courts: Feast Day 92 / 87 / 86 / 56 / 14


09 Jed Spears – A House of Hobbies – A House of Hobbies
Soulblight Gravelords 46 / 88 / 88 / 17 / 86


10 Gregory Brewer – Scal United – Scal United
Ironjawz: Bloodtoofs 46 / 83 / 13 / 86 / 82


11 Noe Aquino – Scal United – Scal United
Fyreslayers 15 / 87 / 89 / 88 / 27


12 Matt Abbott – Scal United – Scal United
Seraphon: Fangs of Sotek 89 / 21 / 88 / 84 / 21


13 Shane Lambert – Scal United – Scal United
Skaventide: Clan Pestilens 89 / 9 / 84 / 27 / 88


14 Jason Flanzer – Making Saves – Making Saves
Maggotkin of Nurgle: Drowned Men 90 / 19 / 88 / 14 / 85


15 Dave Blandford
Maggotkin of Nurgle: Drowned Men 89 / 21 / 15 / 87 / 83


16 Eric Rollender – Dad Bod Wargaming – Dad Bod Wargaming
Kharadron Overlords: Barak-Zilfin 21 / 81 / 88 / 85 / 13


17 Cristian Castro
Stormcast Eternals 92 / 64 / 17 / 88 / 22


18 travis revicki – team tucson – team tucson
Gloomspite Gitz 59 / 83 / 24 / 16 / 80


19 Viet Huynh – Scal United – Scal United
Blades of Khorne: Reapers of Vengeance 23 / 88 / 87 / 19 / 15


20 Zachary Tipton
Gloomspite Gitz 79 / 24 / 25 / 88 / 16


21 Doug Jankowski – C-Tier Champions – C-Tier Champions
Ossiarch Bonereapers: Null Myriad 18 / 88 / 25 / 17 / 84


22 George Reed – A House of Hobbies – A House of Hobbies
Soulblight Gravelords: Legion of Blood 27 / 87 / 88 / 23 / 5


23 Eugene Averin – Scal United – Scal United
Sons of Behemat: Breaker Tribe 90 / 15 / 16 / 88 / 15


24 Joe Udall
Soulblight Gravelords: Legion of Night 11 / 15 / 88 / 88 / 18


25 Joshua Norton – A House of Hobbies – A House of Hobbies
Slaves to Darkness: Knights of the Empty Throne 12 / 13 / 88 / 85 / 18


26 Fernie Lopez – Blame it on the Dice – Blame it on the Dice
Disciples of Tzeentch: Hosts Arcanum 22 / 83 / 8 / 21 / 81


27 Matthew jones – Scal United – Scal United
Slaves to Darkness: Cabalists 13 / 86 / 5 / 14 / 66


28 Sean Lyons – team tucson – team tucson
21 / 86 / 16 / 22 / 0


29 Mark Ocampo – team tucson – team tucson
Maggotkin of Nurgle: Befouling Host 14 / 18 / 88 / 16 / 0


30 Erica Scrivner – A House of Hobbies – A House of Hobbies
Ossiarch Bonereapers: Null Myriad 92 / 44 / 5 / 19 / 19


31 Christopher Lieber – Blame it on the Dice – Blame it on the Dice
Ironjawz: Bloodtoofs 7 / 19 / 12 / 88 / 22


32 Fred Willis
Sylvaneth 15 / 20 / 8 / 88 / 17


33 Devin Rollender – Dad Bod Wargaming – Dad Bod Wargaming
Idoneth Deepkin: Nautilar 8 / 10 / 88 / 11


34 Spencer Garza
Blades of Khorne: Skullfiend Tribe 7 / 11 / 6 / 9 / 81


35 Joel Scrivner – A House of Hobbies – A House of Hobbies
Big WAAAGH! 22 / 4 / 0 / 14 / 11

Top Three AoS Lists for Midtcon GT

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This is the top three AoS lists for Midtcon GT that took place in Denmark on the 2nd and 3rd of September. It involved 18 players vying to be crowned champion in a 5-game tournament.

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The Top Three AoS Lists

Allegiance: Ossiarch Bonereapers
– Legion: Crematorians
– Grand Strategy: The Scales Balanced
– Triumphs:


Leaders
Katakros, Mortarch of the Necropolis (460)
Arkhan the Black, Mortarch of Sacrament (380)*
Liege-Kavalos (180)*

– General
– Command Trait: Mighty Archaeossian
– Artefact: Helm of Tyranny


Battleline
5 x Kavalos Deathriders (180)*
– Nadirite Blade and Shield
5 x Kavalos Deathriders (180)*
– Nadirite Blade and Shield
5 x Kavalos Deathriders (180)*
– Nadirite Blade and Shield


Units
6 x Immortis Guard (440)*
– Reinforced x 1


Core Battalions
*Battle Regiment

Total: 2000 / 2000


Allegiance: Ossiarch Bonereapers
– Legion: Null Myriad
– Grand Strategy: Spellcasting Savant
– Triumphs: Bloodthirsty


Leaders
Katakros, Mortarch of the Necropolis (460)*
Mortisan Boneshaper (140)*

– General
– Command Trait: Dark Acolyte
– Artefact: Artisan’s Key
– Lore of Ossian Sorcery: Reinforce Constructs
Mortisan Ossifector (120)*
– Lore of Ossian Sorcery: Empower Nadirite Weapons


Battleline
6 x Immortis Guard (440)*
– Reinforced x 1
5 x Kavalos Deathriders (180)*
– Nadirite Blade and Shield
3 x Necropolis Stalkers (220)*


Units
4 x Morghast Archai (440)*
– Spirit Halberds
– Reinforced x 1


Core Battalions
*Battle Regiment

Total: 2000 / 2000

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Allegiance: Slaanesh
– Host: Pretenders
– Grand Strategy: Selfish Desire
– Triumphs: Inspired


Leaders
Contorted Epitome (210)*
– General
– Command Trait: Strength of Goodhood
– Artefact: The Crown of Dark Secrets
– Lore of the Magnificent: Born of Damnation


Battleline
22 x Blissbarb Archers (320)*
– Reinforced x 1
11 x Blissbarb Archers (160)*
11 x Blissbarb Archers (160)*


Units
10 x Slickblade Seekers (420)*
– Reinforced x 1
10 x Slickblade Seekers (420)*
– Reinforced x 1
5 x Slickblade Seekers (210)


Endless Spells & Invocations
Geminids of Uhl-Gysh (50)

Core Battalions
*Battle Regiment

Total: 1950 / 2000


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Army Faction: Fyreslayers
– Subfaction: Greyfyrd
– Grand Strategy: Masters of the Forge
– Triumph: Bloodthirsty, Inspired


LEADERS
Aetheric Navigator (100)
Auric Runefather on Magmadroth (360)*

– General
– Command Traits: Blood of the Berzerker
– Artefacts of Power: Draught of Magmalt Ale
– Mount Traits: Coal-heart Ancient
Auric Runemaster (130)*
– Artefacts of Power: Volatile Brazier
– Prayers: Curse
Battlesmith (150)*
– Artefacts of Power: Nulsidian Icon
Auric Runeson (80)**
– Ancestral War-axe
– Nullstone Adornments: Pouch of Nulldust


BATTLELINE
Hearthguard Berzerkers (320)*
– Berzerker Broadaxe
Hearthguard Berzerkers (480)**
– Karl
– Flamestrike Poleaxe
Hearthguard Berzerkers (320)**
– Karl
– Berzerker Broadaxe


ENDLESS SPELLS & INVOCATIONS
1 x Molten Infernoth (50)

CORE BATTALIONS
*Warlord
**Wizard-finders of Andtor

TOTAL POINTS: 1990/2000

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Final Tournament Placings

01 Christoffer Karlsmose – Rogue Trader – Rogue Trader
Ossiarch Bonereapers 19 / 18 / 19 / 8 / 12


02 Kristian Møller
Ossiarch Bonereapers: Null Myriad 1 / 18 / 20 / 20 / 14


03 Svend Kristensen
Hosts of Slaanesh: Pretenders Host 13 / 2 / 19 / 16 / 16


04 Casper Torres Karlsmose – Rogue Trader – Rogue Trader
Blades of Khorne: Bloodlords 12 / 12 / 16 / 12 / 6


05 Marc Knudsen – Rogue Trader – Rogue Trader
Daughters of Khaine: Zainthar Kai 7 / 15 / 18 / 13 / 8


06 Jannick Teige – Rogue Trader – Rogue Trader
Soulblight Gravelords: Vyrkos Dynasty 20 / 17 / 4 / 14 / 4


07 Niels La Cour Vium
Ossiarch Bonereapers: Null Myriad 17 / 7 / 1 / 13 / 20


08 Morten Holst
Fyreslayers: Greyfyrd 18 / 3 / 0 / 16 / 20


09 Martin Dietz
Soulblight Gravelords: Legion of Blood 8 / 13 / 0 / 19 / 15


10 Roald renner Carstens Hansen
Gloomspite Gitz: Jaws of Mork 17 / 14 / 1 / 7 / 13


11 Morten Balle Poulsen – Warhammer Aarhus – Warhammer Aarhus
Gloomspite Gitz 13 / 8 / 19 / 4 / 7


12 Andreas Packroff
Stormcast Eternals: Hammers of Sigmar 3 / 17 / 20 / 6 / 5


13 Simon Fuglsang – Warhammer Aarhus – Warhammer Aarhus
Big WAAAGH! 7 / 3 / 16 / 7 / 18


14 Tor Jakobsen – AoS Odense – AoS Odense
Big WAAAGH! 16 / 6 / 20 / 0 / 0


15 Christian Stubkjær
Sylvaneth: Gnarlroot 3 / 5 / 1 / 4 / 20


16 Søren anton Mikkelsen
Blades of Khorne: Bloodlords 2 / 2 / 4 / 16 / 0


17 Thomas Jensen
Seraphon: Fangs of Sotek 0 / 16 / 0 / 1 / 2


18 Christian Henriksen
Beastclaw Raiders 4 / 4 / 2 / 4 / 0

Top Three AoS Lists for the Gateway Open 2023 

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This is the top three AoS lists for the Gateway Open 2023 that took place in the US on the 19th and 20th of August. It involved 46 players vying to be crowned champion in a 5-game tournament.

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The Top Three AoS Lists

Army Faction: Ossiarch Bonereapers
– Subfaction: Null Myriad
– Grand Strategy: Spellcasting Savant
– Triumph: Inspired

LEADERS
Arkhan the Black (380)*
– Spells: Drain Vitality
Mortisan Boneshaper (140)**
– General
– Command Traits: Diversionary Tactics
– Artefacts of Power: Artisan’s Key
– Spells: Empower Nadirite Weapons
Mortisan Boneshaper (140)**
– Spells: Merciless Blizzard

BATTLELINE
Kavalos Deathriders (180)*
– Necrophoros
– Mortek Hekatos
– Nadirite Blade
Immortis Guard (220)*
Necropolis Stalkers (440)*
– Dread Falchions
Kavalos Deathriders (180)*
– Necrophoros
– Mortek Hekatos
– Nadirite Blade
Morghast Archai (220)*
– Spirit Halberd

ENDLESS SPELLS & INVOCATIONS
1 x Soulstealer Carrion (40)
1 x Aethervoid Pendulum (40)

TERRAIN
1 x Bone-tithe Nexus (0)

CORE BATTALIONS
*Battle Regiment
**Andtorian Acolytes

TOTAL POINTS: 1980/2000

We’re lucky enough at Woehammer to know Mrigank and the Stormkeep guys fairly well. So it seemed natural to ask Mrigank for a breakdown of his list.


Mrigank Jha: To no one’s surprise, Null Myriad is one of the hottest picks in the Summer of Death. The ability to disregard ye olde magical dominance of Tzeentch and Seraphon’s Mortal wounds spam pummeling traditional melee armies into the ground is held in check by this subfaction and so that was the pick.
That being said, Katakros + Arkhan is all the rage now. Save stacking, recursion, negative bonuses, The list with 6 Immortis Guard and Katakros matched with Arkhan’s magical abilities is very good, very oppressive…….and incredibly boring. So I went in a slightly different direction.

I wanted to take advantage of extra primal dice for casting and unbinds so I went with dual Boneshapers to add a bit of recursion as well. One unit of Immortis guard to protect Arkhan from 15 Thunderers or 44 Blissbarb Archers if need be. And instead of the 6 Immortis Guard route, I went with the more damaging Hammer unit 6 Stalkers, who also have better mobility overall. I used the extra points from not taking Katakros towards a Morghast Archai for the OBR mirror and two spells Aethervoid Pendulum for more MWs and Hero assassinations and Soulstealer carrion to help me take objectives against the cheap SBG hordes of skeletons and zombies.

I faced Gloomspite Gitz, the OBR Mirror (the ones with Katakros + Arkhan + 6 Immortis Guard) Twice (once in round 2 and then in round 5). Blades of Khorne, and Soulblight Gravelords.
Andtorian Acolytes was indispensable in making sure I always had a bank of primal dice to either cast my own spells or hold off to cancel out theirs. Instead of the usual Aura of Sterility (-1 to hit and wound in shooting) I went with Diversionary tactics (-3 to charge in a 12 inch aura) as the command trait on my Boneshaper to help with the OBR mirror and also against Legion of Night and Khorne. Mannfred and SBG units found it very difficult to counter charge with that aura affecting them and a key redeploy from my Boneshaper often messed up my opponents 6 or 7 inch charges. The extra units like Morghast Archai, with their ability to turn off commands within 3 and the damage of 6 Stalkers was enough to chew thru Trolls, Bloodthirsters and even 6 Immortis Guard. I felt like the extra units gave me more play on the board than the traditional Arkhan + Katakros list. Moreover having Merciless Blizzard and Pendulum to hit Katakros who isnt affected by a 2+ spell ignore, did make opponents nervous

As for the recursion, I don’t believe any opponent could have dealt with 30 wounds of Immortis Guard or Stalkers outside of a well placed double turn. I think recursion in OBR should probably be limited to 10 wounds for the health of the game, as I did find myself playing for a nervous double turn often in the mirror match to be able to fully wipe a 30 wound block of Immortis Guard/ Necropolis Stalkers before they all came back.

Overall I think this list has potential and a great toolset in the current meta. I’ll tweak it further after the battlescroll and its changes.


Army Faction: Ossiarch Bonereapers
– Subfaction: Null Myriad
– Grand Strategy: Spellcasting Savant
– Triumph: Inspired


LEADERS
Arkhan the Black (380)
Katakros (460)*
Mortisan Boneshaper (140)*

– General
– Command Traits: Aura of Sterility
– Artefacts of Power: Artisan’s Key
– Spells: Merciless Blizzard


BATTLELINE
Kavalos Deathriders (180)*
– Mortek Hekatos
– Necrophoros
– Nadirite Blade
Kavalos Deathriders (180)*
– Mortek Hekatos
– Necrophoros
– Nadirite Blade
Immortis Guard (440)*
Morghast Archai (220)*

– Spirit Halberd


CORE BATTALIONS
*Battle Regiment

TOTAL POINTS: 2000/2000

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Army Faction: Hedonites of Slaanesh
– Army Type: Pretenders
– Grand Strategy: Selfish Desire
– Triumph: Bloodthirsty

LEADERS
Contorted Epitome (210)*
– General
– Command Traits: Strength of Godhood
– Artefacts of Power: The Crown of Dark Secrets
– Spells: Flaming Weapon, Hoarfrost
Lord of Pain (140)*
Glutos Orscollion (480)*
– Spells: Born of Damnation, Phantasmagoria

BATTLELINE
Blissbarb Archers (160)
Blissbarb Archers (160)
Blissbarb Archers (160)

OTHER
Slickblade Seekers (210)
Slickblade Seekers (210)
Blissbarb Seekers (210)*

ENDLESS SPELLS & INVOCATIONS
1 x Dreadful Visage (60)

CORE BATTALIONS
*Warlord

TOTAL POINTS: 2000/2000

Laron Roberts: Thanks for highlighting my list! I’ve been playing Slaanesh since second edition and I’m having tons of fun taking them to tournaments recently. Stick with me while I try to dissect my list here first. Hedonites of Slaanesh in its current form pretty plays its own game without to much regard for what your opponent is doing. Ive foundI only care what their doing to find reasons to use my Temptation Dice.

In my list I use Glutos to form a durable center that helps deter alpha strikes on my vulnerable units. While using the Pretenders Hosts ability to use the same ability more then once to put out alot of damage with anyone who does try for the Alpha. With this season I’m able to reliably use buffs to turn my Contorted Epitome into a Depravity farming creature of destruction with Hoarfrost and Flaming Weapon. Slick blades are in the list to push to get to 12 Debravity as soon as possible to really seal the deal on making my opponents army inefficient.

All right… Let’s dive in. This list does so many things well for me, but it has pretty key changes compared to other list that you’ll see for slaanesh. First only three min squads of blissbarbs… oh no! How could he possibly win with only 33 blissbarbs? Well, I think blissbarbs are obviously amazing, but at their current cost (appropriate cost, no more nerfing them!) and their vulnerability to lots of lists out there, they are pretty susceptible to getting blown off the table turn one if that’s all you have in your list. 33 is great – if you tried to alpha for me first turn, you’re getting unleashed hell times three; they’ll shoot down any screens pretty effectively; and really, with only 33, people still seem to freak out over them but they aren’t oppressive like other mass shooting lists.

You’ll notice that I also took two minimum size squads of slickblade seekers. Side note—I’m so glad they don’t suck anymore, they are one of my favorite models ever. This does mean that I cannot take a battle regimen for my list… And that’s totally OK. At gateway open, people seemed super concerned I would alpha them down turn one, so they opted to take first turn even though I was lots of drops. I’m not sure what the right answer for them is, but I did not feel like I was at any serious disadvantage going second. Second, I think 2×5 slickblades is the way to go. They are five up save and die at the slightest breeze. I feel pretty confident with two units of five that I can get my 12 depravity turn one pretty much every game. But then, unlike lists with a single reinforced unit, I have another squad for tactics, eliminating threats, getting me to 24 points, whatever I need. Having a second unit makes me a constant threat on turns two, three, four, or five.

Contorted is great. Some people think she (they? There’s two of them…) should be like 350 points, which is ridiculous. She’s perfectly fine at her points, I think people are actually just sad about crown of dark secrets and Warlord Supreme. Despite the haters, she’s actually super fragile and one misplay loses her, and without her I lose a ton of my power.
Not much to say about the Lord of pain. While in some ways you don’t need him, being able to give out all out attack x3, his synergy with my blissbarbs and seekers regardless of my command points or other factors is just consistently awesome. I wasn’t taking him in lists for a while, but I really see his value now.

Lastly, the big man, Glutos! I see him in a lot of list, but I. He’s a damage threat, he heals like soulblight hunger heroes, and oh, -1 to hit is still really good. I find that most opponents don’t know what to do with Glutos, contorted, slickblades, and blissbarbs—there’s a lot of target priority confusion. This is especially true for Glutos where people aren’t sure if they should commit to him or avoid him. But they all feel really sad when they run in against him and his minus 1 to hit aura. I miss some of the things he had before the new tome, but he’s still just an incredible piece, and so hard for people to counter. And personally, I think my model has the sickest paint job out there.


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Army Faction: Orruk Warclans
– Army Type: Kruleboyz
– Army Subfaction: Grinnin’ Blades
– Grand Strategy: In and Out, Ladz
– Triumphs: Indomitable

LEADER
1 x Gobsprakk (240)
– Spells: Da Black Pit
1 x Swampcalla Shaman and Pot-grot (100)*
– Spells: blizzard
1 x Swampcalla Shaman and Pot-grot (100)*
– Spells: blizzard
1 x Killaboss with Stab-Grot (90)**
– Boss‑hacka and Skareshield
1 x Snatchaboss on Sludgeraker Beast (290)***
– General
– Command Traits: Egomaniak
– Artefacts: Amulet of Destiny
– Mount Traits: Fast ’Un

BATTLELINE
20 x Gutrippaz (150)**
– Gutrippa Banner Bearer
– Gutrippa Drummer
– Gutrippa Hornblower
– Gutrippa Boss
– Wicked Stikka
20 x Gutrippaz (150)**
– Gutrippa Banner Bearer
– Gutrippa Drummer
– Gutrippa Hornblower
– Gutrippa Boss
– Wicked Stikka
10 x Hobgrot Slittaz (80)***

OTHER
6 x Man-skewer Boltboyz (120)***
– Boltboy Boss
6 x Man-skewer Boltboyz (120)***
– Boltboy Boss

CORE BATTALIONS:
*Andtorian Acolytes
**Wizard-finders of Andtor
***Battle Regiment

TOTAL POINTS: (1980/2000)

Austin Timesch: There are 3 things in this list design that I have found to work best in the several two day events I have played kruleboyz.

Egomaniak on the sludgeraker is so important to making sure the buff to your armies damage and keeping the grand strat intact. Using 2 big blocks of gutrippaz is a huge wound sponge for your general to abuse. ( I have not lost my sludgeraker since the change to 2 big blocks of gutrippaz)
Gobsprakk and abusing the primal dice for dispels. The ability to just say nope and do damage to small foot casters or a neferata or arkhan is amazing. Huge attrition and denial piece to armies.

Killaboss- I know everyone is used to playing order or the new death factions so they don’t really understand this mechanic of bravery. However playing this inferior grand alliance known as destruction we have to play in a phase of the game most people just skip. The killaboss allows you to act like one of those try hard grand alliances and just lose 1 model instead of your entire unit from chip damage.

To build on these 3 pillars of success
The locus battalion really helps you maintain an opportunity to dispel with gobsrpakk and or cast blizzard from one of your shamans
Also the wizard finder battalion really makes gutrippaz slap into the big bads of this meta like the VLOZD or neferata etc. Getting a potential 61 attacks on a unit at a time is really a tipping point.

The main Strat of the list is to find as many objectives in the center or near each other as possible and maintaining hold more and hold 2 every turn.

Second, as you maintain your castle and what I mean by castle is your killaboss is within 3 of both big blocks of gutrippaz, your sludgeraker is wholly within 12 of your bolt boyz and your 1 exposed block of gutrippaz you want people coming into, and lastly your shamans are within 3 of boltboyz and both units of gutrippaz to ensure the options of MAXIMUM DAMAGE!!!!!

As you move your castle up I like to set up the mighty waaaagh turn. What this entails is mostly charging in with the general, and both units of gutrippaz which are poisoned at the time. This allows my general and 2 units to fight after the general fights. Most times this cripples or absolutely deletes the current targets. This 1 turn a lot of times is when your opponent will go “kruleboyz are not that bad” or “I didn’t expect this much damage from Kruleboyz”

In all fairness when people ask me how I have had success with kruleboyz it comes down to playing them to specifically counter the current meta. And right now kruleboyz is spectacular into OBR and some SBGL lists. (we wont talk about how anyone can pilot these armies to 4-1/5-0)

Back to reasons why this list is fun and in a good spot. Your main sources of damage come from poisoned gutrippaz and or poisoned boltboyz. Rolling a slot machine every time adds to both the banter and enjoyment of the game with your opponent. With this being said as you go through your games the main reason of playing your game is to have fun and enjoy your time with your opponent. I have had the pleasure of playing the top of the game in the likes of gavin, and nate T ghosty pants. At that level even then the main reason is to play a good game and enjoy it. I hate the stigma on how competitive games cant be enjoyable. They can be and just make it a priority in your game on a personal level and it will happen.

Feel free to message me if you have any questions but, in all honesty, if I can find success with kruleboyz you can too! Roll 6’s and lets grow this community.

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Final Tournament Placings

Top Three AoS Lists for the Bathurst GT 2023

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This is the top three AoS lists for the Bathurst GT 2023 that took place in Australia on the 12th and 13th of August. It involved 43 players vying to be crowned champion in a 5-game tournament.

Before I jump into the Top Three AoS Lists, I wanted to remind everyone of our friendly Discord server where you can join in the conversation with the Woehammer crew and suggest articles or series for the website.

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The Top Three AoS Lists

Army Faction: Maggotkin of Nurgle
– Army Subfaction: Drowned Men
– Grand Strategy: Blessed Desecration
– Triumphs: Inspired


LEADER
1 x Be’lakor (340)*
1 x Lord of Afflictions (230)*

– General
– Command Traits: Overpowering Stench
– Incubatch
– Dolorous Tocsin
– Artefacts: The Splithorn Helm
1 x Gutrot Spume (160)*


BATTLELINE
2 x Pusgoyle Blightlords (240)*
– Dolorous Tocsin
2 x Pusgoyle Blightlords (240)*
– Dolorous Tocsin
2 x Pusgoyle Blightlords (240)*
– Dolorous Tocsin
2 x Pusgoyle Blightlords (240)*
– Dolorous Tocsin


OTHER
20 x Rotmire Creed (300)*


CORE BATTALIONS:
*Battle Regiment

TOTAL POINTS: (1990/2000)

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Allegiance: Slaanesh
– Host: Pretenders
– Grand Strategy: Selfish Desire
– Triumphs: Indomitable

Leaders
Lord of Pain (140)*
– General
– Command Trait: Strength of Goodhood
– Artefact: The Crown of Dark Secrets
Be’Lakor, the Dark Master (340)*


Battleline
22 x Blissbarb Archers (320)*
– Reinforced x 1
22 x Blissbarb Archers (320)*
– Reinforced x 1
22 x Blissbarb Archers (320)*
– Reinforced x 1
22 x Blissbarb Archers (320)*
– Reinforced x 1


Units
5 x Blissbarb Seekers (210)*


Core Battalions
*Battle Regiment

Total: 1970 / 2000

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Army Faction: Soulblight Gravelords
– Army Type: Legion of Night
– Grand Strategy: Spellcasting Savant
– Triumph: Bloodthirsty


LEADERS
Vampire Lord on Zombie Dragon (460)
– Deathlance
– Spells: Flaming Weapon
Vampire Lord (140)*
– Spells: Spirit Gale
Vampire Lord (140)*
– General
– Command Traits: Shaman of the Chilled Lands
– Artefacts of Power: Morbheg’s Claw
– Spells: Spirit Gale
Mannfred Von Carstein (380)**
– Spells: Waste Away


BATTLELINE
Deadwalker Zombies (120)**
Deathrattle Skeletons (300)**

– Skeleton Champion
– 3 x Standard Bearer
Fell Bats (80)**


OTHER
Grave Guard (300)**
– Seneschal
– Great Wight Blade
– 2 x Standard Bearer
– 2 x Hornblower


ENDLESS SPELLS & INVOCATIONS
1 x Malevolent Maelstrom (30)
1 x Suffocating Gravetide (30)


CORE BATTALIONS
*Andtorian Acolytes
**Battle Regiment


TOTAL POINTS: 1980/2000


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Army Faction: Gloomspite Gitz
– Army Subfaction: Badsnatchers
– Grand Strategy: Spellcasting Savant
– Triumphs: Indomitable


LEADER
1 x Skragrott, the Loonking (230)*
1 x Squigboss (110)*
1 x Big Drogg Fort-kicka (470)*
1 x Fungoid Cave-Shaman (110)**

– General
– Command Traits: Loon-touched
– Artefacts: Staff of Sneaky Stealin’
– Spells: Hoarfrost
1 x Madcap Shaman (70)**
– Artefacts: Moonface Mommet
– Spells: Merciless Blizzard
1 x Loonboss (90)***


BATTLELINE
24 x Squig Herd (140)*
40 x Moonclan Stabbas (120)*

– Bad Moon Icon Bearer
– Gong Basher
– Pokin’ Spear
– 2 x 3 Barbed Nets
20 x Moonclan Stabbas (120)***
– Bad Moon Icon Bearer
– Stabba
– 3 Barbed Nets


OTHER
5 x Gobbapalooza (170)***
– Spells: Itchy Nuisance
5 x Sporesplatta Fanatics (90)***


CORE BATTALIONS:
*Warlord
**Andtorian Acolytes
***Vanguard


TOTAL POINTS: (1980/2000)

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Final Tournament Placings

01 Thomas Oliver – Dice Arcade – Dice Arcade
Maggotkin of Nurgle 527 / 523 / 521 / 526 / 524

02 Terence Voller – CrutchHammer – CrutchHammer
Hedonites of Slaanesh 527 / 521 / 17 / 521 / 527

03 Bob Van emmerik – M.A.W. Tribe – M.A.W. Tribe
Soulblight Gravelords 527 / 13 / 517 / 522 / 523

04 Christian Bugg – TWIN tailed commet – TWIN tailed commet
Kharadron Overlords 528 / 524 / 522 / 514 / 12

05 Anthony Magro
Gloomspite Gitz 520 / 521 / 10 / 524 / 525

06 Craig Anderson
Slaves to Darkness 3 / 521 / 517 / 528 / 523

07Jake Gunning – CrutchHammer – CrutchHammerKharadron Overlords514 / 512 / 522 / 17 / 521

08 Jesse Perkins
Gloomspite Gitz522 / 520 / 516 / 6 / 515

09 Mitch Bugg
Ironjawz: Bloodtoofs 525 / 526 / 14 / 9 / 527

10 Ben Spinetti
Kharadron Overlords: Barak-Urbaz 521 / 525 / 526 / 22 / 3

11 Liam Burnett-Blue – Shadowhammer – Shadowhammer
Hosts of Slaanesh: Pretenders Host 527 / 11 / 523 / 525 / 11

12 Thomas Strachan – Thunder Down Under – Thunder Down Under
Sylvaneth: Gnarlroot 519 / 526 / 6 / 21 / 523

13 Kyle Liefting
Soulblight Gravelords: Legion of Blood 523 / 6 / 525 / 524 / 9

14Jonathan Burn – Warhammer Philip – Warhammer PhilipSons of Behemat: Stomper Tribe519 / 17 / 14 / 518 / 518

15 William Beale – Loaded Dice – Loaded Dice
Idoneth Deepkin: Ionrach 513 / 16 / 518 / 522 / 11

16 Sean Tufnell
Fyreslayers 15 / 13 / 523 / 514 / 515

17 Tom Guy
Maggotkin of Nurgle 15 / 521 / 518 / 513 / 9

18 Liam Robinson – Qwuik Maff – Qwuik Maff
Gloomspite Gitz517 / 524 / 8 / 10 / 511

19James Halligan – Western Warriors – Western Warriors
Soulblight Gravelords 17 / 521 / 220 / 12 / 525

20 Nicholas Stanley – Dice Arcade – Dice Arcade
Soulblight Gravelords: Legion of Night 218 / 516 / 21 / 524 / 11

21 Thomas Brigden
Daughters of Khaine 21 / 519 / 220 / 0 / 523

22 Ethan Johns – Age of Salt – Age of Salt
Fyreslayers522 / 8 / 5 / 527 / 220

23 Katie Daly
Maggotkin of Nurgle 9 / 518 / 14 / 520 / 220

24 Adam Bajjada – Age of Salt – Age of Salt
Sylvaneth: Heartwood 13 / 12 / 526 / 14 / 526

25 Keith Lawson – CrutchHammer – CrutchHammer
Lumineth Realm-Lords: Ymetrica 521 / 9 / 525 / 12 / 18

26 Jacob Strachan – Thunder Down Under AOS – Thunder Down Under AOS
Disciples of Tzeentch 14 / 524 / 521 / 14 / 11

27 Tim Porter – Western Warriors – Western Warriors
Stormcast Eternals: Knights Excelsior 14 / 524 / 7 / 14 / 522

28 Nick Kenny – CrutchHammer – CrutchHammer
Gloomspite Gitz: Glogg’s Megamob 17 / 17 / 522 / 520 / 3

29 John Daly
Blades of Khorne: Bloodlords 3 / 522 / 525 / 12 / 15

30 Shem O’Brien
Skaven 12 / 18 / 10 / 515 / 520

31 Brad Blackmore – Qwuik Maff – Qwuik Maff
Sons of Behemat: Breaker Tribe 517 / 12 / 9 / 514 / 9

32 Chris Yates
Slaves to Darkness: Knights of the Empty Throne 510 / 6 / 5 / 4 / 516

33 James Maybury – G3 Goulburn Gamers Guild – G3 Goulburn Gamers Guild
Soulblight Gravelords: Legion of Blood 218 / 11 / 16 / 524 / 11

34 Cory Rosser
Gloomspite Gitz: Jaws of Mork 0 / 220 / 516 / 20 / 9

35 Luc Collaros – CrutchHammer – CrutchHammer
Slaves to Darkness 3 / 10 / 6 / 220 / 523

36 James Kennedy – CrutchHammer – CrutchHammer
Nighthaunt: The Emerald Host 528 / 8 / 13 / 10 / 14

37 Stephen Ogilvie
Gloomspite Gitz 14 / 12 / 521 / 20 / 6

38 Jarran Aurisch – Qwuik Maff – Qwuik Maff
Soulblight Gravelords: Kastelai Dynasty12 / 14 / 7 / 525 / 6

39 Arthur Simak
Gloomspite Gitz: Glogg’s Megamob13 / 514 / 9 / 3 / 16

40 Alex Hill – CrutchHammer – CrutchHammer
Stormcast Eternals: Hammers of Sigmar 15 / 11 / 13 / 9 / 220

41 Josh Griffiths – The Orange Juicer – The Orange Juicer
Gloomspite Gitz: Jaws of Mork 3 / 1 / 220 / 11 / 11

42 Steven Nuttall – Exiles – Exiles
Soulblight Gravelords: Legion of Night

43 Max Palmer
Soulblight Gravelords