We have today a little bit of information about what the important dates and layouts of the Fate of Konor Campaign are, as well as what is being shipped out to stores for the event.
Also....The Warhammer Community has posted up some new information about the Fate of Konor event starting towards the end of this month. What they revealed is that the models you start putting together now, will count towards the event.
via sources on Faeit 212
Website goes live and access codes are send out: 20th of July
Start of campaign:27th of July
Each Thursday a new mission and the battle for a new planet starts
End of campaign: 1st of September
The overall results are registered on an especially designed interactive website and the results of this campaign will actually influence how the Warhammer 40.000 story lines develops further.
Here is what is being shipped to your local stores for the campaign
Week 1 Mission/Stratagem envelope
Army Roster Sheets
Campaign Map and Stickers
Results Record Sheet
60 Badges (six different designs)
24 Punch-Card Token Sheets
180 Campaign Stratagem Cards (six different designs)
There is also this image from Miniwars
via Warhammer Community
The new edition has seen thousands of players come together to play games and to share in the 41st Millennium, writing stories of heroism, betrayal and bloodshed on tabletops around the world. Soon, you’ll have the chance to join these stories together in the Fate of Konor, our massive global campaign. Over 6 weeks, players will battle to defend or to destroy Konor, a crucial Forge World in the Realm of Ultramar. Konor could be a pillar upon which a resurgent Imperium of Man could stand or if it falls, a rotting, rusted nail in the coffin of an already faltering empire.
There’s a range of ways to take part in the campaign, and the best players will have to prove their mastery in all aspects of the hobby to claim victory for their side. As well as points for winning games, starting from now, any models you build and paint for the campaign will count towards your side’s score, so even if you’re not a tournament-tier gamer, you still have a valuable contribution to make.
If you want to take your place in the campaign, now is the time to prepare. Dust off your old models, touch up your paint jobs, sharpen up your army lists – with every week deciding the fate of a different planet in the Konor System, every game counts, and you’ll want to get involved as soon as possible.
The battle begins on July the 29th.