So the Las Vegas Open Age of Sigmar Championships was held over the weekend in, you guessed it, Las Vegas. Warhammer Live and the Warhammer Community team were there in attendance and you can check out all the coverage over on the Warhammer Live Twitch channel.
Las Vegas Open Age of Sigmar Championships
Before we get into the army lists, a big congratulations to Scott Reed (the tournament organiser), Elric Edge (of the Rolling Bad podcast) and everyone else who worked so hard to put on an excellent event. 90+ gamers, including some travelling Brits, having a great weekend of Age of Sigmar.
Las Vegas Open – the results
I don’t have the full results, or all the award placings, but Samuel Valdez (who attended the event) kindly sent me through the top 10 and the lists. Once I get a chance, I will try to add all the remaining lists into the list archive, and provide some commentary on the top 10.
So the final standings were:
- Andrew Standiferd – Vanguard Wing
- James Thomas – Changehost
- Tony Moore – Changehost
- Oliver Gandouet – Mixed Order
- Michael Burch – Skyfires
- Joe Krier – Changehost
- Bill Souza – Nurgle
- Jarrett Zazuetta – “Kroak-nado”
- Jeff Paynter – Skyfires
- Mike Scaletti – Gore Pilgrims
*get in touch and let me know the Twitter handles of the people I’ve missed.
Perhaps unsurprising, Disciples of Tzeentch were the power to be reckoned with. No change there….
The top army lists at LVO 2018
So the army lists, in reverse order.
10. Mike Scaletti – Gore Pilgrims army list
9. Jeff Paynter – Skyfires and Skin Wolves
8. Jarrett Zazuetta – Kroaknado Seraphon list
7. Bill Souza – Maggotkin List
6. Joe Krier – Changehost
5. Michael Burch – Disciples of Tzeentch
4. Olivier Gandouet – Mixed Order
3. Tony Moore – Changehost
1. Andrew Standiferd – Vanguard Wing
For advice on how to write a successful Age of Sigmar list listening to this show, or any of the Masterclass episodes with top US and UK gamers. Also, check out the list archive for other top lists from tournaments around the world.