Hey all, the last post in my Adepticon 2019 series is covering the Age of Sigmar Championships held over 30/31 March 2019. 180+ players playing 2,000 point matched play Age of Sigmar in the halls of Adepticon, the world’s premiere wargaming convention, just outside Chicago, USA. For more Adepticon 2019 coverage, check out:
- my preview of all the events
- day 1 round-up covering the Vanguard and Narrative events
- day 2 round-up covering the Doubles event
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Adepticon 2019 Championships
The Adepticon 2019 Championships is the largest Age of Sigmar event in the USA, with over 180 players this year. The key details of the pack are:
- the new Blades of Khorne book is not in play
- scenarios announced on the day
- Malign Sorcery rules are in force – with each game being played in a pre-determined realm with a pre-determined realmscape feature (both announced on the day)
- Hidden Agendas will be used as secondary objectives
Adepticon 2019 Results
And here are all the results!
- First Overall – Samuel Gould (SERAPHON! USA! USA! USA!)
- 2nd – Adam Trunzo! (Skaven) – podium two years’ running!
- 3rd – Ben Allen
- Best Order – Liam Cook
- Best Death – Bill Souza (FEC)
- Best Destruction – Byron Orde!!!!
- Best Chaos – James Pruesser
NB: lists are hand-submitted on the day for Adepticon events. I am trying my best to get copies of the lists from those that attended, and tracking people down on social media. I will update this post with the lists when I have them.
- Best Apperance – Jason Zayjac (Sylvaneth)
- 2nd – Oscar Lars (Stormcast)
- 3rd – Chris Slye (Idoneth Deepkin)
- Players’ Choice – Oscar Lars
- 2nd – Mitzy!
- 3rd – James Pruesser
You can find the full results on Warscore.
Thanks to Jimbo at the event, here are galleries of each of the painting nominations at Adepticon 2019.