Episode 45: The Jolly Toys (not boys, or rogers) Outing Tournament

27 Feb

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Read on for show notes:

  • Introduction: Dave introduces the tournament and announces that this weeks show is dedicated to the Jolly Toys Outing Tournament.
  • Round 1: Dave and Nathan ‘The Fat Angry Geek’ talk about their round 1 matches – 02:01.
  • Interview: Dave talks to Bennet Morley his round 1 opponent – 36:03.
  • Round 2 and 3 matches – 46:31.
  • Interview: Dave talks to Richard Morgan his round 3 opponent – 01:28:29.
  • Grand Tournamet Update: The boys announce the challenge matches that are taking place on the friday at the GT in which listeners can come and play presenters from the podcast – 01:39:59.
  • Round 4 and 5 matches – 01:53:56.

6 Responses to “Episode 45: The Jolly Toys (not boys, or rogers) Outing Tournament”

  1. MJay February 28, 2012 at 09:24 #

    Glad you enjoyed it guys!

    Gh spam, indeed….

  2. Lee Russ February 28, 2012 at 16:41 #

    Cup-of-tea-gate? Tinkle-gate? Lots-of-jingly-jangly-spoon-in-tea-cup-gate? 🙂

  3. Lee Russ February 28, 2012 at 16:44 #

    Oh wait, on further listening, I hear it’s painter-gate!

    • 40KUK March 3, 2012 at 10:14 #

      Mr Roberts has no manners 😉

  4. Blackmoor February 29, 2012 at 06:18 #

    It looks like Nathan found out why certain armies do better than others with the amount of terrain on the table.

    Ironically one of the tournaments that has good terrain is the Nova Open which you played the scenarios from in the Jolly Roger Toys Outing.

    In the US we have gone to a more independent GT format with people putting on tournaments for large numbers of people, and they just do not have the time, the energy or the storage for that kind of terrain that will only be used once a year. It is getting a lot better at the bigger major tournaments (Adepticon, Wargames Con, and Nova Open) but some of the others it is pretty sparse.

    • 40KUK March 3, 2012 at 10:13 #

      Same this way buddy, but our surprise was that it was warhammer world where the terrain was sparse. There are a lot of gaming clubs which have smaller tournaments, somewhere between 40 and 50 where they have enough terrain to make dark eldar seem almost invisible as they already use that terrain on gaming nights, but that isn’t perhaps the standard.

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