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 Post subject: Re: Natcon 2014 Fantasy
PostPosted: Fri Apr 04, 2014 4:01 pm 
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where do I email the army listys for warhammer I cannot find it


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 Post subject: Re: Natcon 2014 Fantasy
PostPosted: Fri Apr 04, 2014 4:29 pm 
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I think that we just private message GreatBoost our lists.

I'm thinking about a list with Drycha that pretty much exclusively relies on points denial. Would anyone have a particular loathing to playing against this kind of list? Should I go with an unexciting but solid (for Wood Elves, solid is still not very good) list instead?


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 Post subject: Re: Natcon 2014 Fantasy
PostPosted: Fri Apr 04, 2014 5:44 pm 
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I'm thinking about a list with Drycha that pretty much exclusively relies on points denial. Would anyone have a particular loathing to playing against this kind of list? Should I go with an unexciting but solid (for Wood Elves, solid is still not very good) list instead?



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 Post subject: Re: Natcon 2014 Fantasy
PostPosted: Fri Apr 04, 2014 7:59 pm 
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Chomo-Uri wrote:
I think that we just private message GreatBoost our lists.

I'm thinking about a list with Drycha that pretty much exclusively relies on points denial. Would anyone have a particular loathing to playing against this kind of list? Should I go with an unexciting but solid (for Wood Elves, solid is still not very good) list instead?

Go h.a.m. bring the filth.


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 Post subject: Re: Natcon 2014 Fantasy
PostPosted: Fri Apr 11, 2014 3:51 pm 
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As promised here's the painting score system for the Nationals. This Pete Dunns paint marking system, and a damn good one. (Thanks Pete.)

It's out of 45 points, but anyone scoring over 25 points get full painting marks.

There may be a special bonus prize for anyone who gets maximum points.

I'll be going around the competion during the weekend and marking peoples armies.


Painting (worth up to 30 points)
Check One Box
Army is fully painted, but only to the three-color standard of basecoating.
7 points
Army is beyond fully painted, additional steps beyond the three-color standard.
12 points
Detail - Check All That Apply to Bulk (80%+) of Army
Painting is Uniform:Not a mix of schemes, styles, and looks.
1 point
Clean Basecoat Colors:Base colors are painted neatly.
2 point
Details:
Details are painted such as eyes, buckles, and jewellery.
2 point
Clean Details:
Details are painted well (clean, have highlights).
2 points
Hand-Painted Details:Details (that are well executed) have been added such as unit markings, banner artwork, blood marks, dirton cloaks, etc.
2 points
Artistic:Banners, markings, and details are hand painted to
an incredible degree!
1 points
Discernable Highlights/Shading:
Drybrushing, lining, shading, inking, etc.
(not required to be clean)
2 point
Clean Highlights:
Lines are neat, drybrushing is appropriate; inking is
controlled and not sloppy.
1 points
Layers of Highlights:
More than one layer of highlight, which may include
shading, highlights over inking, blending, etc.
1 points
Beyond Basics:
Highlights have been blended, shaded, or layered well -
beyond the basic highlighting techniques of drybrusing and inking.
1 points
Masterful Blending:
Highlights have been masterfully blended, shaded, or layered.
1 points
Overall Appearance:
Overall appearance is amazing! Everything works great together to create an awesome scene.
2 points


Basing (worth up to 10 points)
Check all that apply to bulk (80%+) of army.
Based/Detailed:
Bases have basing materials (flock/sand/tiles) or details
painted on them.
2 point
Extra Basing:
The bases have multiple basing materials (rocks/grass), extra
details painted on them (cracks in tiles), or if extra basing is inappropriate, basing is done very well (eg. rolling desert dunes)
1 point
Movement Trays:
All models are in the appropriate movement trays,
including Skirmish units
4 points
Movement Trays:
All movement trays are painted, flocked and finished
appropriate to the army bases [Note: Trays that are
just painted or varnished
will not get these points]
2 points
Display Base:
Basic based & highlighted or detailed display base.
1 point
Conversions (Worth up to 5 points)
Check One Box for conversions that are appropriate
and well executed
Minimal:The army has some elementary conversions (head andweapon
swaps, arm rotations) or a couple interesting swaps
2 points
Minor:Units have multi-kit conversions including head and weapon swaps.
This is for more than a few models such as a unit.
3 points
Major:The army has some difficult conversions that use things such as putty, plastic card, drilling, sawing, minor sculpts, etc.
This could also apply to the entire army having very well done multi-kit conversions (see above)
4 points
Extreme:
The army has some extreme conversions, which could
be: a scratch built conversion or sculpt of an entire model, a large amount of models with difficult conversions (see above), or the entire army is extremely converted.
5 points

Edited because I can't add. :)


Last edited by GreatBoost on Sat Apr 12, 2014 5:29 pm, edited 1 time in total.

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 Post subject: Re: Natcon 2014 Fantasy
PostPosted: Sat Apr 12, 2014 12:35 pm 
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I don't quite follow. You say its out of 30, but there is 30 for painting, 10 for basing and 5 for converting ie 45. Say I want to get max points - can I, for example, get the max 25 points, and therefore a full painting score, by getting say 17 in the "painting" section, 5 in the "basing" section and 3 in the "converting" section, which would add up to 25?
I only ask because its 6 days out from the competition and that doesn't leave a lot of time to comply to this rather exhaustive list and remain competitive in the tournament.

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 Post subject: Re: Natcon 2014 Fantasy
PostPosted: Sat Apr 12, 2014 5:27 pm 
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Alan wrote:
I don't quite follow. You say its out of 30, but there is 30 for painting, 10 for basing and 5 for converting ie 45. Say I want to get max points - can I, for example, get the max 25 points, and therefore a full painting score, by getting say 17 in the "painting" section, 5 in the "basing" section and 3 in the "converting" section, which would add up to 25?
I only ask because its 6 days out from the competition and that doesn't leave a lot of time to comply to this rather exhaustive list and remain competitive in the tournament.



That's correct. Basically it's fairly easy to get full painting points if your army has had a decent amount of work put into it.

(Sorry about my Math fail when it came to the total points, that's been fixed in the previous post.)

Thee will be some sort of special prize for anyone who gets the full 45 points.


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 Post subject: Re: Natcon 2014 Fantasy
PostPosted: Tue Apr 22, 2014 1:13 pm 
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Once I have the results - I need dfull name and army played - I'll upload into Rankings

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