Three months ago our Warhammer World Staff were challenged to a Tale of Gamers. For those who are new to this term, a Tale of Gamers is organised between a group of friends and the aim is to finish a project over an agreed amount of time. There are no set rules, all the details are left to the individuals taking part, so each Tale of Gamers is unique.
Our store staff started by picking an army they would like to work on for the next 6 months, and have since changed their minds, but that’s okay! They decided to set themselves a target to complete roughly 500 points each month of their chosen army, starting with a Hero or Lord and some troops, you can see the start of the challenge here. Now that they’re halfway through the challenge, let’s see how their collections have grown…
These collections were displayed at our amazing store birthday a couple of weeks ago, and the public voted for their favorite. The winner of stage 3 was Lee Jones, for his very grand collection of Empire, and has acquired the ranking of Baron.
Let’s take a look at how the Leader board stands after stage 3…
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Painting for Stage 4 has nearly finished, with the 2000 point armies due to be displayed on Saturday 28th March alongside our Army of the Month Entries. So make sure you visit us to cast your vote!
Army of the Month is a painting competition that will be held exclusively at Warhammer World on the last weekend of every month. There is no minimum requirement, simply bring down your collection of miniatures to be displayed at Warhammer World, and await the public vote to see who shall be crowned with glory. What would you bring?
Our staff are following the End Times Series, but don’t forget that you can use any system within Tale of Gamers, even the Horus Heresy. If you’d like to join the Warhammer World staff with their Tale of Gamers then get on down to the store to grab a character and a unit of your very own.
Pop in any time to chat with our staff to see how the challenge is going, or let us know if you decide to start your own Tale of Gamers. The Warhammer World team love to hear about what your latest projects are, so come down and tell them what you’ve been working on. See you there!