This is a couple days old now, but  with all the rumors hitting at once this week, its been hard to keep up on a few things. There are now seven new Warhammer World Events are now available for ticket orders this weeek, and of course things like this, make me wish that I did not live a continent + ocean away.


via White Dwarf Daily March 6th (Wednesday)
Not one, not two, but seven new Warhammer World event tickets are available to order today. Whether you're a seasoned Warhammer 40,000 campaigner, a Warhammer general up for a Throne of Skulls weekend, or a pair of hobbyists eager to play some games of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Strategy Battle Game, there's bound to be an event for you.

There are two Throne of Skulls events coming up - one for Warhammer and one for Warhammer 40,000. This is the perfect opportunity to field your army against a number of different opponents, join in with painting competitions and take part in the legendary Bugman's pub quiz. As always, ticket for the Throne of Skulls do sell out incredibly fast, so if you're thinking of going then make sure you order your ticket fast.

All Warhammer World event tickets are now available to purchase as e-tickets. To order yours simply follow this link.

On the day after the Warhammer 40,000 Throne of Skulls (which is a one-day event), there will be a Kill Team day taking place at Warhammer World. Kill Team: Operation Explorator is an action-packed fun-fuelled day of Kill Team battles where you pit your unit of veteran warriors against eight opponents over the course of the day. If you're already coming to the Warhammer 40,000 Throne of Skulls then why not come along to the Kill Team event too and make a weekend of it?

Then there's Legendary Battlefield: Middenheim, which will surely be the biggest Warhammer Battle of the summer. Will you side with Boris Todbringer - the Elector Count of Middenland - or will you join the forces of destruction and raze the city to the ground? For fans of massive Warhammer battles with loads of fun special rules, this one is for you. Meanwhile, tickets for the second weekend in the Warhammer 40,000 Vidar's Fate campaign are also available to order. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey also gets its first Battle Brothers event this summer too - you can find the rules pack for the weekend here.


Last, but certainly not least, is Regiment of Renown. The Warhammer 40,000 Kill Team events proved to be so popular that the Warhammer World events team decided to make a similar event for Warhammer. I caught up with them the other night while they were testing out the rules pack.

"It's your chance to take command of an elite band of warriors and battle for glory in the Old World," says Nick Bayton as he piles his Dwarf rangers into Adam's Savage Orcs. "If you enjoy painting and converting bespoke models and playing fun games with them then this is the event for you. As with all our events we like to award certificates for best painted regiments, most sporting player, best army list and, of course, the overall winner." You can see examples of Nick's Dwarf Regiment of Renown, Zak's Vampire Counts and John's High Elves in the gallery below.

3 Comments:

  1. Hey Faeit, I'm lucky enough to live in the UK and have made several visits to W.H. World, it's a must for any hobbyist.

    Given your situation, I wanted to make you aware of event some friends & I attended last summer, called College of Artisans. An amazing event that lasts 5 days! as part of the ticket cost you where supplied a battle force of your choice from a provided list. You are then free to 'trade in' the battle force for anything in the shop at W.H.W, EVEN FORGEWORLD items, with the lack of shipping costs :D

    Over the week you are free to get involved in various one day leagues and tournaments, attend workshops with the Heavy Metal team, Q&A with writers and even members of the Forgeworld Team, whom tended to wonder across to the gaming hall and see what people where up too. Or simply sit at your personal hobby station, supplied with anything you require to assemble your fresh new additions to the collection.

    The weekend events are amazing but if you were to commit to the long pilgrimage I would really recommend this event so keep a look out for it.

    Good work on the blog too, keep up on keeping us informed

    Regards
    Nige


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  2. Yeah, I'm hoping to get to the College Of Artisans this year, it's an August event I think?

    As it stands, tickets for the FW Open Day on the 7th April have been purchased! :D

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