Play was fun today. Tournament 3 (bloodwar) that pits goblins against orcs, is underway with round one a few minutes old now.
There are 12 players.
This afternoon we played the gladiators tourney, which saw James Prather go 5-0, and Joel Barnabe finish second at 4-0. 6 players finished after that with 3 wins in a field of 15. The format was popular.
This morning we had 11 out for the Epic Beginnings tournament, where trebuchets and rakshasas ran rampant, yet did not win it all.
Many in league are playing with the Feymire boosters that were packaged by the guild.
The suggestion came from the Guild membership, and it was a good one. Could we have a central place to find all of the magic items - a super-set? It was a great idea, and we've assembled this for you in the all new DDM Item Compendium, available just in time for GenCon (at least, in time for those of you who will be making the con).
Update: The changelist of the first 3 sets is included in this post.
The DDM Guild is proud to preview the Item Compendium. The Item Compendium, which will be released in the next few days, because we're in the final stages of spell checking. It will be legal for all D&D Miniatures tournaments at GenCon 2011. I am not certain it is going to have any game-breaking pieces in it, but, I can preview a little bit here. The Item Compendium will be a resource, detailing non-creature items you can add to the warband.
Here we have the rules for the 2011 GenCon championships next month, which will bring players from all over North America to compete for prizes, bragging rights and the title of 2011 D&D Miniatures North American champion (and quite possibly World champion).
Maybe you haven't noticed, but we've changed our website. The layout hasn't really changed, but there are a lot of changes under the hood. In this post we tell you what is working right now, and what we are implementing in the near future. Rest assured that we want to be the premiere source for your Dungeons&Dragons Miniatures needs.
It was probably bound to happen sooner or later. It is a living game. If the players all keep asking for a new rule book, with new rules to cover newly arising situations, well, we couldn’t say no forever.
Certainly, the designs in the last few sets of creatures have pushed the envelope of the game, and the current rules, while excellent, started to have a few gray areas for the judges to ponder.
The DDM Guild is pleased to release the scenario and stat card for the Gargantuan Blue Dragon.
The scenario that we’ve chosen is focuses on a very special ancient Blue Dragon; Iymrith the Queen of the Cold Desert; Dragon of the Statues. The link to the scenario is further down in the article, but for those interested in Iymrith’s background… You can read more about her here.. I think you will see why we chose her as our Iconic Blue.
From time to time, the DDM Guild will ban figures which endanger the health of competitve play. This occurs when figures become troublesome for timely execution of play, or otherwise limit the overall potential diversity of the organized play experience.
This year, the DDM Guild will be putting on more events than ever at GenCon. Come join us for some of the fun! If you aren’t sure which events to attend, a full description is available here to help you pick and choose which events are right for you.
Here is the list of locations that will be holding qualifying tournaments that earn the winners byes for both the European and North American Championships. Remember that either continental championship could be the world championship – it all depends on which tournament has more entrants. The largest tournament crowns the winner.